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About the Endicott Research Center

About the Endicott Research Center - What we do

The Endicott Research Center conducts research and evaluation designed to inform educational policy and leaders at the state, national, and international levels using a variety of instruments. The Office of Institutional Research, as part of the Endicott Research Center, provides statistics and information to support the College in meeting its mission.

Recent accreditation research includes work for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Council of International Schools. The Research Center has developed a School Performance Survey that has been used in schools in the United States and abroad. Our evaluation instruments are used all over the world and are currently available in 22 languages; our surveys are seen by hundreds of thousands of students, parents, and teachers.

The Endicott Research Center is the liaison to the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, overseeing College-wide accreditation, strategic planning, mission, assessment, compliance and regulations. Research Center staff are involved in the day-to-day life of the College through teaching, student advising, and collegial work with all administrative departments on campus.

About the Staff

Donny Femino

Director

B.S. Finance, Bentley College, Waltham, MA

M.B.A., Endicott College, Beverly, MA

As Chief Institutional Research Officer at Endicott College, Donny's expertise lies in identifying quantifiable benchmarks which supports strategic decision-making and measures success based on the organization's mission and standards.

Mike Roberts

Research Operations Manager

B.S. Computer Science, Endicott College

Mike is responsible for data collection, interpretation and reporting. With many years of experience in every facet of surveying, his skills include creating paper and online surveys, database management and comprehensive user-friendly reports. He is also responsible for the Research Center web presence. Mike teaches Introduction to Web Development & Design (CSC200) for the Computer Science major at Endicott College.

Lorraine Lee

Project Manager

B.A. Business Administration, Rutgers University

As Project Manager for the Research Center, Lorraine is responsible for all external communications with clients. She is the first point of contact for Research Center customers, and assists all customers with FAQ's, respondent inquiries and customer billing. She is instrumental in identifying and managing new clients.

Gretchen Porter

Data Analyst

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