The Department of Religious Studies seeks nominations for its annual Ozanam Award

In Announcements, by , on March 9th, 2020

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 should . . .

    • -be a junior or senior
    • -have at least a 3.5 GPA in their Religious Studies courses and a 3.0 GPA overall (note: they don’t have to be a REL major)
    • -be the kind of person who does ‘more’ in terms of volunteer work.  In your message please include a paragraph explaining the nominee’s attributes and accomplishments.  (We can track down their GPA.)
    • The winner will receive an Ozanam medallion at the Arts & Sciences Day of Recognition.
  • Please email your nomination to Amelia Gallagher  by the end of the day on  March 13th.