Elizabeth Rakowski is a first semester graduate student in the clinical mental health counseling program at Niagara University. She also works in the Office of Residence Life as a graduate... Read on →
Andrea Nicolia will graduate with a graduate degree in school counseling from the College of Education in May 2017.
My experience at Niagara University was absolutely amazing! I completed my... Read on →
Associate professor Dr. Donna Phillips traveled to Playa Grande to explore new educational opportunities for Niagara University students. When not touring Costa Rica, Dr. Phillips teaches courses... Read on →
Dr. Chambers is a professor of history at Niagara. He has also taught in our M.A. in interdisciplinary studies program. Dr. Chambers is currently on sabbatical in the Netherlands!
Hoi! That’s... Read on →
Emily Kaufman graduated from Niagara University in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in English. She is now in her second semester in the NU teacher ed master's program seeking certification in secondary... Read on →
Isaac De Los Santos is an MBA student at Niagara University. He is originally from New York City and received his bachelor’s degree in marketing from NU in May 2015. Currently, he holds a position... Read on →
I graduated this past May 2015 with an undergraduate degree in accounting from Niagara University. It was clear in my mind that I wanted to stay here at NU to complete my M.S. in finance because of... Read on →
Brian Meindl is a graduate student studying for his master’s in business administration with a concentration in accounting.
I joined Niagara University in the fall of 2012 as a part of the 4+1... Read on →
Just two weeks ago, I had the amazing opportunity to represent Niagara University at the Kappa Delta Pi international conference in Orlando, Fla.! Kappa Delta Pi is Niagara University’s graduate... Read on →
Growing up in a family full of teachers, I thought I would never follow in their footsteps. Studying international business economics for my undergraduate bachelor’s degree, I was determined to work... Read on →
Henrietta Nagy, a Hungarian graduate student from Romania, shares her experiences and advice about graduate school
It’s November… exactly 10 months since I left my country to study toward an MBA... Read on →
Dr. Mike Smith is an associate professor of education. He spent the past year on sabbatical in Thailand.
The primary objectives of my sabbatical:
The development of international student-teaching... Read on →
Unlike most soon-to-be teachers who experience a lifelong pull toward the profession, I stumbled headfirst into teaching at the secondary level. Eschewing my mother’s frequent predictions that I... Read on →
A few short years ago, I walked across the stage here at Niagara University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and I could not wait to start the next chapter of my life - obtaining a master’s... Read on →
Kassandra Grys, a school counseling graduate student, was recently hired as a math teacher at Wilson High School!I graduated last May with what I thought was a solid, definite, unchanging plan.... Read on →
Dr. Shannon Hodges, professor and coordinator of Niagara University’s clinical mental health counseling program, spent his summer vacation volunteering in South Africa in six different orphanages... Read on →
Jade Bloom, a graduate teacher education student, describes her experiences presenting at the 2015 Canada International Conference on Education, with Dr. Paul Vermette
Last week, I was lucky enough... Read on →
Brandon Long, a May 2015 M.S. in sport management graduate, describes his experiences presenting at the 2015 North American Society for Sport History Conference.
As I sit here in an attempt to... Read on →
Peter Szilvay, an international graduate student at NU, blogs about his first semester as an MBA student.
I keep avoiding this question both unconsciously and consciously, and the situations where it... Read on →
With the 2015 Graduate Commencement ceremony in the books, my experience at Niagara University is officially complete. I am very excited to share my graduate school experience because it was anything... Read on →