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We use the term “dining” in the name of the facility, but that barely scratches the surface of what this space means for our students.

Whenever students come together in the Dining Commons, they will be building community and experiencing The Power of the living-learning experience at Niagara.

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Hundreds of Niagara University students were honored for their achievements as undergraduates during the 37th Day of Recognition. 

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Ninety-seven percent of NU alumni are working or attending graduate school within one year of graduating.

George Waters will be one of them, because as soon as his internship ends with Deloitte Tax in New York City, he'll begin a full-time job with the organization.

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Since being established, our annual community garage sale has raised nearly $7,500 for good causes - and kept a great deal of usable items out of landfills.

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Mounting evidence illustrates that early education plays a critical role in the cognitive and social-emotional development of children.

And now a third phase of the Niagara County Early Child Care Quality Improvement Project (QIP) has an opportunity to make a significant impact on the larger early childhood education community in Western New York.

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In commemoration of Earth Day, we're very pleased to announce the establishment of two new bachelor’s degree programs in environmental science.

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These 20 Niagara University students were named to Sigma Alpha Sigma. 

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Last night, we had the privilege of honoring Ingram Micro, Kraftwerks Inc., Rocco A. Surace, ’77, William L. McHugh, ’73, and Robert H. Lane.

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As our College of Business Administration prepares to hold its annual banquet this evening, we're spotlighting soon-to-be-alumna Allyssa Wadsworth.

Allyssa, who is only weeks away from holding degrees in economics and math, will continue her studies at West Virginia University, where she will matriculate toward a Ph.D. in economics. She will do so with a full tuition waiver, health care, a graduate assistantship, and an extra monetary stipend.

It certainly didn't hurt that Allyssa co-authored EIGHT scholarly papers and presentations with one of our young faculty members, Dr. Jay Walker. 

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Anyone who has ever heard Dr. Vermette speak - even for just a few minutes - will agree that this is such a well-deserved award from Leadership Niagara.
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