Posts in College of Arts & Sciences

Lights, camera, action! Wheatfield native publishes book on making it in Hollywood

Actress, comedian and, most importantly, a Wheatfield native, Meghan Deanna Smith, ’12, always knew that she was supposed to be an actor.“My parents don’t even know why. Ever since I was little and could speak, I just always said ‘I’m going to be an actor,’ even before I really knew what...

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Ashley Bantelman, B.S.’10: From NU to the UN

Ashley Bantelman, B.S.’10: From NU to the UN

Ashley Bantelman, B.S.’10, came to Niagara University with an interest in natural science and a desire to do research. She was able to pursue both during her four years at the university—as a biology major (with minors in French, math, chemistry, and philosophy), she worked closely with Dr....

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NU’s Criminal Justice Program Paved Kelly (Mullaney) Milliman’s Way to a Career in the FBI

NU’s Criminal Justice Program Paved Kelly (Mullaney) Milliman’s Way to a Career in the FBI

Kelly (Mullaney) Milliman B.S.’10, M.S.’11, always knew she wanted to work for the FBI. The education she received as a criminal justice major at Niagara University paved the way for her to achieve that goal.“The investigative work of the FBI really captured my attention,” she said. “I...

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Britini D’Angelo, BFA’19, BA ’19, M.S.Ed.’21: Breaking Down Barriers for Neurodiversity

Britini D’Angelo, BFA’19, BA ’19, M.S.Ed.’21: Breaking Down Barriers for Neurodiversity

When you first meet Britini D’Angelo, you can’t help but notice her enthusiasm, her optimism, and her confidence. At the age of 24, she has accomplished much: She completed degrees in both theatre and communication at Niagara, was twice honored by NU’s Student Government Association as one of...

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