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Archive — 2023, January

Nazareth receives $2.6M Dept. of Education grant to support grad students pursuing careers as school mental health professionals

High-need school districts have more students and families battling mental health issues due to the pandemic. Nazareth graduate students in social work and art therapy will work in schools and gain experience with significant tuition and expenses support.

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Prestigious Bonner Leader Scholarships offer minimum 50% tuition scholarships to 15 incoming students

Nazareth offers prestigious Bonner Leader scholarships to incoming fall '23 students — offering minimum 50% tuition scholarships, leadership training, and paid community engagement opportunities.

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Iconic Limón Dance Company returns to Nazareth and hosts masterclasses for students and public

Acclaimed for its exquisite choreography and dramatic expression, technical brilliance, and expansive, yet nuanced humanity, the iconic Limón Dance Company returns to Nazareth in January. The company will be in residence on January 20 and 21, offering open rehearsal for Nazareth students and a master class and lecture/demonstration open to the public. The company then takes the stage at the Nazareth Arts Center's Callahan Theater on Saturday, January 21 at 7:30 p.m. as Nazareth College's Visual and Performing Arts' 2022/2023 Changemakers Series presents An Evening with the Limón Dance Company, in a program that includes choreography by company founder Jose Limón and co-founder Doris Humphrey. T.

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Nazareth’s annual MLK Commemoration features keynote speaker Simeon Banister on Jan. 16

Nazareth commemorates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 16, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., with a special program that is open to the public. Keynote speaker Simeon Banister, leader of the Rochester Area Community Foundation and the Greater Rochester Martin Luther King Jr. Commission, will speak on the theme Roots for Change: Approaches to Social Justice Action. The MLK commemoration takes place in the Nazareth College Arts Center’s Callahan Theater. 

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