Category / Graduate Education & Counseling

Impartial Assessors Give College of Education High Grades

June 24, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

This week,  the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) released a report along with a new system of rating teacher preparation programs in the United States. NCTQ is not an accrediting organization; rather it defines itself as a nonpartisan, nonprofit and policy group. One would not, therefore, recognize this... Read on →

Colleges of Education Maintaining High Standards

June 13, 2013  |  by Maritza Mulready

The College of Education at Niagara University is lauded as an exceptional provider of teacher preparation programs and takes great pride, therefore, in the quality of its academic programs and of the career success of its graduates in the U.S. and in Ontario.  Alumni,  current students and the communities... Read on →

Pappalardo, Salvatore

Dr. Pappalardo Appointed Professor Emeritus at Niagara University

May 28, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Dr. Salvatore Pappalardo has been appointed a professor emeritus by the Niagara University Board of Trustees. To qualify for the honorary title, one must have attained the rank of full professor at the time of retirement, served 10 or more years as a full-time member of the faculty, achieved a... Read on →

Kappa Gamma Pi

Gouldrick, Chambers Join 28 Students as New Inductees of Graduate Honor Society

May 3, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Twenty-eight Niagara University students were inducted into Kappa Gamma Pi, the National Catholic College Graduate Honor Society, during a ceremony held May 3, 2013, in St. Vincent’s Hall. The Rev. John Gouldrick, C.M., associate vice president for mission and director of the Vincentian Scholars Program, and Dr. Thomas Chambers, director... Read on →

Dr. Debra Colley

College of Education Playing Lead Role in Statewide Faculty Development Program

April 30, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Niagara University’s College of Education is playing a prominent role in a new statewide faculty development initiative affiliated with New York’s Race to the Top federal program. On April 25, the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU) unveiled the program, which also includes similar initiatives at City University of... Read on →

Dr. McGrath

Dr. Kathleen McGrath Receives Service to Reading Award

April 27, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Dr. Kathleen McGrath, an assistant professor of education at Niagara University, recently received the Service to Reading Award from the Niagara Frontier Reading Council, a local affiliate of the International Reading Association. The honor is given to “a person involved in literacy education who has made a significant contribution to... Read on →

Graduate School Open House

Annual Graduate School Open House Scheduled for April 13

March 4, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Niagara University will host its annual Graduate School Open House Saturday, April 13, 2013, on campus in the Castellani Art Museum. The free event begins at 9:30 a.m. A continental breakfast will be offered to all attendees. Graduate School Open House is an excellent opportunity for prospective students and their families... Read on →

Stu Auty

Stuart Auty Receives Caritas Medal During 2013 Niagara University BPS Commencement

February 11, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Niagara University awarded degrees to 200 graduates during its fifth commencement in Ontario on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at the Toronto Centre for the Arts in North York. Stuart Auty, the founding president of the Canadian Safe School Network, a nonprofit organization mandated to help make Canadian schools and neighborhoods safer... Read on →


Niagara University, Niagara Falls Schools Selected for Investing in Innovation Grant Program

November 27, 2012  |  by Michael Freedman

Niagara University and 12 partners, including the Niagara Falls City School District, have been awarded an Investing in Innovation (or “i3”) grant of $3 million from the U.S. Department of Education. The federally funded program is designed to advance student achievement in high-need schools in grades 3-6 mathematics and... Read on →


Sophomore Sarah Page Publishes First Novel

October 30, 2012  |  by Michael Freedman

Sarah Page is a Niagara University sophomore. Scratch that. Sarah Page is a published Niagara University sophomore. The Amulet, a novel that Page began writing during her freshman year at Frontier Central High School in Hamburg, hit bookshelves in late July. It is described by Page as a historical fantasy novel... Read on →

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