Tom Ashbrook, an award-winning journalist and host of National Public Radio’s “On Point with Tom Ashbrook,” delivered the undergraduate commencement address to Niagara University’s colleges of Business Administration and Hospitality & Tourism Management on Saturday, May 12,2012.
Tom Ashbrook, an award-winning journalist and host of National Public Radio’s “On Point with Tom Ashbrook,” delivered the commencement address to Niagara University’s colleges of Business Administration and Hospitality and Tourism Management on Saturday, May 12, 2012. He and James Boldt, ’73, chairman and C.E.O. of Computer Task Group, received honorary degrees.
On May 12, 2012, Niagara University’s colleges of Arts and Sciences and Education heard from Sylvia Nasar, the John S. and James L. Knight Professor of Business Journalism at Columbia University who may be best known as the author of “A Beautiful Mind.” Nasar and Robert Clune, Esq., a 1958 NU grad and managing partner of Williamson Clune & Stevens, were presented with honorary degrees.
Tavon Rowe addresses the audience during Niagara University’s Senior Class Celebration on May 11, 2012.
Christopher Zukas, president of the Niagara University Student Government Association (NUSGA), speaks to the Class of 2012 during NU’s Senior Class Celebration on May 11, 2012.
On April 10, 2012, the Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M., president, announced that Niagara University has exceeded its $80 million capital campaign goal.
Dr. Gary Praetzel, dean of NU’s College of Hospitality and Tourism Management, talks about the unique opportunities offered through the college on “Target Success” with Jerry Wolfgang.
Recognizing the value of diverse cultural and academic experiences, Niagara University offers qualified students the opportunity to select a semester, summer session or winter session studying abroad.
Niagara University students talk about why they enjoy participating on the Campus Programming Board (CPB). Reasons range from making new friends and building resumes to, well, having a lot of fun!
Video produced by Molliann Zahm, ’13.
Located on the second floor of Niagara University’s library, the Dr. Rita N. Moretti Teachers’ Studio provides a place for students, especially education majors, to get together to study.
The studio contains a large quantity of materials for future teachers, including textbooks, manuals, worksheets, videos, a SMART board, book binding machine, McGraw-Hill lesson kits, and more.
While the studio is geared toward education majors, all Niagara University students are welcome to use it.