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Niagara University Christmas Party

In Other, by , on December 6th, 2018

The holiday season is quickly approaching and Christmas is already on our minds. We invite all faculty, staff and administrators to share the joy of the season with colleagues and friends at our annual Employee Christmas Party on Friday, Dec. … More

Holiday Pie Sale

In Other, by , on November 16th, 2018

Metz annual pie sale will be extended until November 16th, 2018. All orders must be placed and paid for at the time of submission, in the Gallagher Center cashier station in The Grove or the Dining Commons front desk cashier. Pick … More

Niagara Students Experience Another Kind of PoWR

In Other, by , on November 16th, 2018

All are invited to a panel presentation in which Niagara University students will share their “Experience of Another Kind of PoWR” (the Parliament of the World’s Religions). The Seventh Parliament of the World’s Religions was recently held in Toronto, Ontario … More

Study Abroad in Ghana: July 2019

In Other, by , on November 15th, 2018

Participants will support an identified underdeveloped school in Ada, Ghana by creating community activities and connecting learning to meeting essential needs.  Students will explore Elmina Castle and Cape Coast Castle, as well as embark on many adventures from the Tetteh … More

Holiday Pie Sale

In Other, by , on November 14th, 2018

Metz annual pie sale will be extended until November 16th, 2018. All orders must be placed and paid for at the time of submission, in the Gallagher Center cashier station in The Grove or the Dining Commons front desk cashier. Pick … More

President’s Dinner: November 16

In Other, by , on November 1st, 2018

The Reverend James J. Maher, C.M. with dinner co-chairs Gary P. Hall and Gary D. Praetzel, Ph.D. request the pleasure of your company at the President’s Dinner on Friday, November 16, 2018 at the Niagara Falls Conference and Events Center.  … More

Study Abroad in the Galapagos: May 2019

In Other, by , on October 24th, 2018

The trip includes visits to the wetlands, the flamingo lagoon, the sea lion beach, lava tunnels, andthe tortoises, as well as a stay at the small fishing village of Don Juan in the coast of Ecuador. It also includes artisanal … More

Vietnamese Mass

In Other, by , on October 22nd, 2018

Campus Ministry will host a bilingual Mass celebrated in English and Vietnamese this Sunday, October 28 at 7pm in Alumni Chapel.  A reception of authentic Vietnamese foods and time for fellowship with guests from Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary … More

Study Abroad in the Netherlands

In Other, by , on October 15th, 2018

Dutch traders and settlers founded Nieuw Nederland in 1614. The cultural, economic, and political roots of New York are Dutch, and Dutch place names and architecture can still be seen in the Hudson Valley. This Study Abroad trip will visit … More

Register to Vote Here!

In Other, by , on September 24th, 2018

The Ostapenko Center is promoting voter registration in various forums around Erie and Niagara counties on Wednesday, September 26th. The Ostapenko Center and Niagara University senior social work students will collaborate with key stakeholders in the community to leverage change … More

Plagiarism Resources for Faculty

In Other, by , on September 21st, 2018

Part of the NU Library’s Skill Shops series. Join Outreach Librarian Jaclyn McKewan, and Professor Erin Karper (co-chair of the Academic Integrity Board) for a look at what faculty can do about student plagiarism. We’ll start by reviewing the types … More