Martha Krupa

Coordinator of OAS Tutorial Services

Martha Krupa is the writing coordinator at Niagara University and teaches Critical Literacy. She has a master's degree  in English from the University of Central Florida and has taught developmental writing as well as college-level writing since 1993. She has taught Writing 100 at …


Jason Pratt

Writing Tutor

Jason Pratt has tutored in the Writing Center since the Fall 2010 semester. He has a Master’s Degree in English from the University at Buffalo, as well as an Advanced Graduate Certificate in English Education. He currently teaches WRT 100 at Niagara, as well as writing and literature …


Diane Halm

Diane Halm holds a BS in TTT from Niagara University, as well as a BA in English Literature and a Master’s in English Education from the University at Buffalo.  Besides teaching developmental WRT 100, which she has done here at NU for the last 13 years, Professor Halm is currently in …


Danielle Caloia

Danielle Caloia is from Syracuse, New York.  She is a Hotel and Restaurant Management major. Being a member of the university's American Hotel and Lodging Association chapter, Danceline and also working at the campus bookstore, Danielle is widely involved on campus.  

Katrina Hossenlopp

Katrina Hossenlopp is a Social Work major with a minor in Communications. She is very active in Campus Ministry. She is a Lector and Eucharistic Minister for Mass and she has attended numerous retreats. Katrina is also a photographer for Niagara's yearbook. A few of her other interests include …


Allison Jensen

Allison is a Marketing major with a minor in Communication Studies. Always out and about around campus, she is actively involved in several clubs and activities including BOLD, CPB, and NUMA. In her spare time when she isn't listening to music or watching movies, she enjoys watching hockey with …


Kathryn Dickie

Kate is pursuing a double major in English and Philosophy. She is from a small town in the Adirondack Mountains and loves being outdoors. She is very involved in Campus Ministry and also organizes the Honors Program's Book Club. She often performs at musical events on campus, and in her free …


Sarah Page

Sarah Page is a History Education major with a minor in Religious Studies. She is Vice-President of the History Forum and co-host of a WNIA radio show. She is widely involved on campus through a variety of fundraisers and she has published a historical fiction novel for pre-teens. In her spare …