Category / College of Arts & Sciences

Guys and Dolls

NU Theatre Presents ‘Guys and Dolls’

April 17, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

Beginning April 23, NU Theatre tops off its 51st season with a rollicking production of Guys and Dolls, considered the perfect American musical. Steve Braddock, director of NU Theatre, will helm the production of this Tony-Award winning show filled with unforgettable songs, a quirky cast of gamblers, gangsters, gals and... Read on →

NU Campus

NU Featured in ‘Princeton Review’s 2015 Guide to 353 Green Colleges’

April 17, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

Niagara University is one of the 353 most environmentally responsible colleges in the country according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features NU in the 2015 edition of its free book, The Princeton Review Guide to 353 Green Colleges, which was released yesterday. Niagara University and the University... Read on →

Sigma Alpha Sigma

Sigma Alpha Sigma, ‘Who’s Who’ Honors Students for 2015

April 15, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

Sigma Alpha Sigma, the undergraduate honor society of Niagara University, inducted new members during its 82nd annual tapping ceremony on April 14, 2015, at the Castellani Art Museum. The Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., university president, inducted 32 students into Sigma Alpha Sigma, a selective society established by the Niagara Class... Read on →

Carrie Teresa, Ph.D.

Dr. Carrie Teresa Tallies Third Award from American Journalism Historians Association

April 13, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

Carrie Teresa, Ph.D., will soon complete her second semester as an assistant professor of communication studies at Niagara University. When she does, Dr. Teresa will have already won three prestigious awards from the American Journalism Historians Association, following Thursday’s announcement that she was selected for the 2015 Margaret A.... Read on →

Julie Rubio, Ph.D.

Christian Ethics Expert to Address Family Dynamic During April 20 Talk at NU

April 7, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

Dr. Julie Hanlon Rubio, a professor of Christian ethics at St. Louis University, will deliver an address at Niagara University on April 20 as part of the Henry and Grace McNulty Lecture Series on Religion in the Modern World. The title of Dr. Rubio’s talk, which will take place in... Read on →

Forum on Mental Health and Criminal Justice Draws Nearly 100 Attendees

April 1, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

People with mental illnesses are far more likely to be victims of violent crime than perpetrators of it, despite portrayals depicted by the entertainment and news media. Such awareness and other relevant information was shared as part of a panel discussion on mental health and the criminal justice system held... Read on →

Graduate Week

NU’s First-Ever Graduate School Week a Success

April 1, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

Graduate School Week (March 23-28) was a new initiative that targeted and encouraged undergraduate students to explore graduate school opportunities and post-grad options at Niagara University. This program also featured opportunities for current graduate students to connect to the university in an effort to further develop a graduate culture... Read on →

Drs. Kevin Blair and Corey Bower present a $10,000 check to EntrepreNU2015 winners Maggie Hempel, Victoria Swider and Mackenzie Kutzuba.

The Community Kitchen Wins NU’s $10,000 Entrepreneurship Competition

March 31, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

The winner of Niagara University’s first-ever poverty-focused social entrepreneurship competition is The Community Kitchen. The student team of Maggie Hempel, Mackenzie Kutzuba and Victoria Swider were chosen by a panel of esteemed guest judges Monday afternoon to gain access to up to $10,000 in startup funds as part of EntrepreNU2015.... Read on →

Kennedy and Mason

NU Student Overcomes Adversity to Win National Fellowship Award in Gerontology

March 30, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

“Nontraditional” doesn’t even begin to describe Niagara University student Kimberly Kennedy. The 32-year-old senior has already withstood more trials than many people endure in a lifetime. Kennedy grew up in Centralia, Wash., without the presence of a father. When she was 13, her mother was brutally murdered, leaving Kennedy and... Read on →

Friendship Village

NU Community Raises Funds to Cover Tutoring Costs for Vietnamese Orphan

March 27, 2015  |  by Michael Freedman

A fundraising team at Niagara University recently raised enough money – $1,150 – to cover one year of tutoring costs for a 12-year-old Vietnamese orphan named Tan. The tutoring will help Tan, currently a resident of Vietnam’s Friendship Village organization, achieve his goal of returning to the mainstream classroom at... Read on →

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