Category / Psychology

Day of Recognition

34th Annual Day of Recognition Celebrates NU’s College of Arts & Sciences

April 26, 2014  |  by Michael Freedman

The 34th Day of Recognition was held by Niagara University’s College of Arts and Sciences on Friday, April 25, 2014. Hundreds of Niagara University students were honored for their achievements as undergraduates during the event, which was also the first that the Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., will preside over.... Read on →

Maher

Father James J. Maher, C.M., Inaugurated as 26th President of Niagara University

April 7, 2014  |  by Michael Freedman

The Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., was formally inaugurated as Niagara University’s 26th president during a ceremony held April 4, 2014, in the Gallagher Center. The event served as the centerpiece of a full week of activities intended to celebrate the university’s rich heritage of academic excellence and community service. View... Read on →

Boyer and Osberg

Niagara University Junior Wins Regional Psychology Poster Competition

April 2, 2014  |  by Michael Freedman

Amber Boyer, a junior psychology major at Niagara University from Buffalo, N.Y., recently won first place in the student poster competition at the annual convention of the Eastern Psychological Association, which was held March 13-16, 2014. EPA is the oldest regional psychological association in the United States. Boyer collaborated with Dr.... Read on →

NU Establishes Dual Degree Program in Psychology and Clinical Mental Health Counseling

February 18, 2014  |  by Michael Freedman

Niagara University’s College of Education and College of Arts and Sciences are partnering to offer a new dual-degree program designed to train the next generation of mental health practitioners. The 4+2 program allows individuals pursuing a bachelor’s degree in psychology to take graduate courses in clinical mental health counseling during... Read on →

Fallon Lapp

Purple Eagles Put Smile on Face of Seven-Year-Old Superfan

October 25, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Meet Fallon Lapp, a 7-year-old dinosaur enthusiast who loves to ride his bicycle and cheer for the Pittsburgh Penguins. At first glance, Fallon looks like any other young boy, but still, there is one critical difference between Fallon and his fellow comrades. He has Autism Spectrum Disorder, a disorder of... Read on →

Ortiz, Lizbeth

Ortiz Presents, Translates During International Research Forum

June 6, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Lizbeth Ortiz, a 2013 Niagara University graduate, was one of the featured presenters during a prestigious International Research Forum held at Daemen College April 22-24. The Mexico City native presented her honors thesis during the conference on “Social Perspectives in Higher Education,” which was co-sponsored by the National Association of... Read on →

Lorenzo, Crystal

Crystal Lorenzo Receives Newman Civic Fellowship

May 2, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Crystal Lorenzo, a Niagara University sophomore majoring in psychology and Spanish, has been named a 2013 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact for demonstrating outstanding leadership and civic engagement. The Fredonia native was among the less than 200 students in the country to receive the award. Campus Compact is a... Read on →

A&S Day

33rd Annual Day of Recognition Celebrates NU’s College of Arts & Sciences

April 30, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Niagara University’s College of Arts and Sciences held its annual Day of Recognition for the 33rd time on Friday, April 26. Hundreds of Niagara University students were honored for their achievements as undergraduates during the Day of Recognition, which was also the last that the Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M.,... Read on →

Ireland, Timothy

Dr. Ireland Appointed Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

April 18, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

Dr. Timothy Ireland has been appointed dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Niagara University, effective June 1. Dr. Ireland succeeds Dr. Nancy McGlen, who will retire in June after serving for 15 years in the position. As dean, Dr. Ireland’s primary responsibility will be the general administration of... Read on →

From left to right: Dr. Bonnie Rose, executive vice president/vice president for academic affairs; 2009 student employee of the year Lindsay Atkins; Dr. Timothy Osberg, professor of psychology.

Lindsay Atkins Named Niagara University Student Employee Of The Year For 2009

April 22, 2009  |  by Michael Freedman

Lindsay Atkins, an assistant in the College of Arts and Science’s clinical psychology lab, has been named Niagara University’s student employee of the year for 2009. A senior psychology major with a minor in statistics, the Depew native has worked in the lab for two years. Atkins was an integral... Read on →