Catching Up

60 Seconds With: Mike Ganley, '05

Hometown: Raleigh, N.C. Degree: B.A. in political science with minors in psychology and religious studies Current job: Attorney with Adams, Howell & Sizemore, P.A. My best memory at Niagara is: rushing the court at ...

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Deans Award, College of Arts and Sciences

Since graduating from Niagara University in 1971, Magistrate Judge Hugh B. Scott has ascended to the highest levels of the federal judicial system in a remarkable and pioneering fashion. Judge Scott went on to earn a ...

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Deans Award, College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. James J. Finnerty earned his medical degree from New York Medical College in 1955 and entered the medical profession through his internship and residency at Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y. He became the ...

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Deans Award, College of Business Administration

Edward D. Riedlinger retired from GMAC Commercial Mortgage in 2006 after having been employed by the company and its predecessors in some form for the preceding 29 years. He had served in many positions during his nearly ...

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Fond Memories

L-r: Classmates Ed O’Grady, ’54; Pat Gallagher, ’54; and John “Sparky” Moore, ’54; aka the NU “Garbage Crew,” in front of Varsity Village with the 1935 Ford truck they used to collect the trash.

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Deans Award, College of Education

Throughout a 44-year career as an educator, Edward J. Marinucci Jr. was known for his incessant focus on children most in need and his dedication to the community. Ed earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from ...

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Deans Award, College of Hospitality and Tourism Management

David R. Froelke is currently senior vice president of the Related Companies, responsible for managing a mixed use collection of properties that include Time Warner Center in New York City, CityPlace in West Palm Beach, ...

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Nursing Alumni Council Awards, Clinical Excellence Award

Marcia M. Barnes began her career at Buffalo General Hospital immediately following her graduation from Niagara. After spending time there and at Veterans Administration Hospital, Marcia returned to Niagara in 1965, this ...

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Nursing Alumni Council Awards, Leadership Award

Since graduating cum laude from Niagara University and adding a master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Margaret Campbell-Kotler has put her nursing education to great use. She began her ...

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