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A Degree With a Difference

Sol Kang and her family left their native Korea and moved to Canada in search of better services for her Deaf brother. When she enrolled at Niagara, she discovered that the university offered courses in American Sign ...

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The Healing Project

In 1892, Sister Marie de Mandat-Grancey, a Daughter of Charity, purchased and began restoring Meryemana Evi (Mary’s House) in Ephesus, Turkey, the site where the Virgin Mary is said to have lived her final years. One ...

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Three Niagara Alums Set Standards for New York State Judges

When members of the New York state judiciary question whether or not their conduct is in accordance with the standards and policies established by the Chief Administrator of the Courts, they turn to the Advisory ...

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Crossing Boundaries

Interdisciplinary Education Is a Hallmark of a Niagara Education As defined by the National Academies, interdisciplinary research is “a mode of research by teams or individuals that integrates information, data, ...

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