Why Study To Become a Teacher At ENC?

Posted by Lorne Ranstrom on Feb 6, 2015 3:59:53 PM

Have you ever thought of a career in education?

Working in a classroom is a very important way to spend a life. As a teacher, you have the opportunity to help shape the next generation of leaders in your community and state. Teaching is a public service that impacts the lives of children and the teacher him/herself. It is an important means of influencing and contributing to the lives of children in positive and significant ways. Teachers help children/students find their calling in life. They provide experiences for them to grow intellectually and find new areas to explore. 

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Topics: ENC Faculty, Education

Chasing Giants!

Posted by Jonathan Twining on Jan 23, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Believe it or not, professors like me don’t know everything! It is a challenge for me to keep pace with new and exciting developments in my fields of ecology and environmental science. To learn some new techniques for monitoring salamander populations in streams, I had to get back in touch with my "wild side" this past summer, spending a week camping in the Clearwater National Forest while studying salamanders in Weir Creek.

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Topics: ENC Faculty, Environmental Science

Why Study History at ENC?

Posted by Ben Cater on Jan 5, 2015 2:32:00 PM

There are many reasons why ENC is a great place to study history. Our department has a rich tradition of the very highest academic quality; our location provides access to the unparalleled intellectual and cultural resources of Boston. Our department may not have the biggest numbers on campus, but our students affirm our commitment to building community.  

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Topics: ENC Faculty, History, Faith, Academics

Why Should I Be Part of the ENC Christian Community?

Posted by Dr. Philip LaFountain on Dec 16, 2014 4:56:00 PM

Here is a powerful practical insight: Every community we are a part of shapes us as human beings. At ENC, we believe that what we do in the body matters to God. Therefore, we want to form a Christian academic community that takes both the mind and body seriously.

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Topics: ENC Faculty, Campus Life, Spiritual Life at ENC, Christian Community