Blessed Frédéric Ozanam was a brilliant scholar who started the world-famous St. Vincent de Paul Society. Accordingly, this award goes to a Niagara student who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in BOTH academics AND community service. Nominees must… Be a junior … More
From March 2022
MACHINAL by Sophie Treadwell A prominent example of American Expressionist theatre, Machinal (Mar 31-Apr 4) portrays the 1920s as a time when women were systematically marginalized and viewed as property or playthings in a male dominated, increasingly mechanized society. This shocking, surreal … More
The Niagara University Student Government Association honors students who are accomplished in leadership and service, as well as demonstrate the core values of Niagara University. Students, faculty, staff, and administration may nominate students who best characterize the core values and … More
Attention all colleges, departments, programs, and student clubs and organizations! Donations are needed for our on-campus food pantry, as it is running very low. Supplies could include: non-perishable foods (i.e., canned items, soups, tuna, peanut butter, Nutella, mac and cheese, … More
Save the date: April 7, 2022 4-7PMLocation: Niagara University, Lewiston NY, Salvatore Dining Common You are invited to a timely program with implications for current and soon to be professionals who share responsibility for the health and well-being of our … More
On Wednesday, March 23, Metz Culinary Management presented Chef Anthony Renda with its Culinary Excellence Award. The Culinary Excellence Award recognizes a chef who has displayed a passion for the craft, has an accomplished reputation in the field and has … More
Career ExpoWednesday, March 30, 202212:30-3:30 p.m.Upper Level – Gallagher Center Career Services is excited to return to an in-person career fair. We currently have 70+ employers registered. Employers will be on campus looking to hire students and alumni for full-time, … More
The Niagara University Women’s Studies Program Committee announces a celebration of National Women’s History Month. See the attached flyer for more details.
Annual Indigenous Education Series with Diane Montreuil, Lydia Sunchild & Laryssa Gorecki, and Red Bear!
This year’s virtual series will be recorded live via Zoom. The following site includes the 2021 and Orange Day video events at Niagara University Indigenous Education Series | Niagara University in Ontario. The video of Robert Cutting’s session will be … More
All are welcome to attend this free training/speaking event that will examine the impact of sexual harm, including the physical, emotional, psychological, and relational consequences of trauma. All too often this trauma is compounded when survivors interact with legal, medical, … More
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