Students of Eastern Nazarene College have a variety of unique academic opportunities across a variety of degree programs to grow and learn with faculty and peers to prepare for a career in the Boston area and beyond.
The annual Academic Symposium, sponsored by the Provost’s Office and the Honors Scholar Program, celebrates the intellectual mission of Eastern Nazarene College research and provides opportunities for students and faculty to share their research with the ENC community. The Symposium is the college’s premiere academic event and features research from a cross-spectrum of academic disciplines, from English to physics, and from psychology to mathematics.
ENC science students have opportunities to engage in numerous research experiences directly with faculty and in the Boston/South Shore area.
- Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) programs at prestigious institutions like Harvard University and Princeton University.
Photo of Michael O’Brien (13) at Harvard University
- Environmental Science students can get hands-on experience at the Blue Hills Reservation and South Shore Natural Science Center with professor Jonathan Twining
- Engineering students can explore earthquake prediction with Dr. Pierre-Richard Cornely
- Chemistry students can publish with Dr. Joseph Williams – Read Story
- Psychology students can conduct research analysis with Dr. Nancy Ross – Watch Academic Symposium Presentation
ENC provides opportunities for students to learn in an international setting through partnerships and specialized courses
- CCCU Study Abroad Opportunities
- International Business Institute
- May-term Courses in China, British Isles
Photo: Jon Twining with biology students in Hawaii
Quincy Chamber of Commerce and Quincy Center for Innovation
The Quincy Chamber of Commerce is located at ENC’s Old Colony Campus next to the Business Division, offering networking, internship, and career opportunities for students among the nearly 600 businesses in the Chamber.
The Quincy Center for Innovation at the Chamber provides space for start-up businesses, offering opportunities for ENC students to work directly with small businesses and gain practical real-world experience.
Photo: Ryan Piesco (14) talks with a QCI small business owner at an internship fair
Quick Pitch Competition
The annual Quick Pitch Competition is part of ENC’s collaboration with the Quincy Center for Innovation, where members from the Quincy community and ENC students can pitch their business idea to investors. In 2014, Luis Mora (15) won first place in the student division for his pitch of Mora Communications, providing speaking and self-confidence courses for high school students.
Seminar and Lecture Series
ENC provides lecture series in a variety of academic areas, featuring presentations from both students and faculty as well as business leaders, top scholars, and guest lecturers.
- John U. Free Seminar Series in Physics and Engineering
- ENC History Department Lecture Series
Photo: Dr. Timothy Snyder, Yale University
- Network 12 Business Lunch Hour Lectures
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