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Triking the Erie Canal to Support Nazareth Clinic

But today, Volland is thriving in his new normal. The former mechanical engineer who once owned an engineering firm, ran marathons, participated in high-intensity boot camps, and rode 100 mile “centuries” on his bicycle, is now taking on the challenge of a Trike-a-Thon.  He’s riding his trike for three days, July 6-8, from Buffalo to Rochester along the Erie Canal.

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Nazareth Breaks Ground on New $23.5M Golisano Training Center

Nazareth College officially broke ground today on its $23.5 million Golisano Training Center. The 125,000-square-foot center will bring together the strengths of Nazareth College, Special Olympics, and the Golisano Foundation to create a new model of inclusion, fitness, and wellness for athletes with intellectual disabilities. It will open in Fall 2019

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Leadership and Change Management Grad Degree Begins This Fall

Beginning in the fall 2018, the School of Management will offer a Master of Science degree in Leadership and Change Management.

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Nazareth Students Play a Role in Celebrating Survivors of Hurricane Maria

A class of Nazareth’s Community Youth Development (CYD) students found out first hand what resiliency and strength mean when they worked with 50 families beginning their new lives in Rochester after surviving Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

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Nazareth Celebrates 91st Commencement, May 13

Nazareth will celebrate its 91st annual Commencement ceremony at Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y., on Sunday, May 13, 2018 with an address from Michael Park ‘90, Broadway star of Dear Evan Hansen.

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Nazareth Alumnus Jack Allocco Wins 11th Daytime Emmy Award for CBS Soap ‘Bold and the Beautiful’ Music

Nazareth College can say “11-time Emmy Award winner” as it introduces alumnus Jack Allocco when he returns to campus this fall to premier an original composition at the gala opening of the Glazer Music Performance Center.

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Counsul General of France in NY Visits Nazareth for 60th Anniversary of Rennes-Rochester Sister Cities

The Consul General of France in New York, Anne-Claire Legendre, will visit Nazareth College as part of the 60th anniversary of the Rennes-Rochester Sister City Partnership.

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The Puppy Project

Emily Teator ‘19 loves animals, whether they are puppies from the shelter , or bunnies from the local pet store. She has made it her mission to make that love contagious and remove the stigma surrounding rescue animals.

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Teaching Excellence & Student Success Awards Honor Those Who Help Nazareth Students Shine

Mario Martinez and Trista Nilsson are the 2018 winners of Nazareth College’s Teaching Excellence Awards for their substantial efforts in the classroom. Mark Weber, Alison Teeter, Linda Searing, and Carey Backman are the recipients of the 2018 Student Success Awards for their outstanding work done to promote student success at the College.

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2018 President’s Civic Engagement Awards, April 24

The time has come to recognize outstanding members of the Nazareth Community for their service and dedication to civic engagement.

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Nazareth Prepared to Host 13th Annual Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival, May 19

The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival is officially a teenager this year! Nazareth College will welcome hundreds of teens from all over the Rochester area and beyond to the 13th Annual Teen Book Fest (TBF) on Saturday, May 19, from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. in the Shults Center on the Nazareth campus.

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Nazareth B.F.A. students showcase thesis work in gallery show

The Nazareth College Art Department is pleased to present the 2018 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition, "Relativity," with an opening reception on Friday, April 27 at 5 p.m. in the Arts Center Gallery. 

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Shane Fuentes '18 Keeps Nazareth's Fulbright Streak Alive

He's excited to head to medical school at the University of Rochester, but first the dream of traveling and teaching is calling to Shane Fuentes '18, a senior biochemistry major, who is Nazareth College's latest Fulbright Scholar.

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Code Meshing: Critical Awareness in Action, at Nazareth College, April 25

What is code meshing? It is a term used by educators to describe the use of multiple dialects and Englishes in both school and professional contexts.

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Nazareth College Student Receives Phi Kappa Phi Grant for Study Abroad

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi has awarded Nazareth College sophomore Katherine Saslawsky a Study Abroad Grant.  

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Nazareth Well-Represented at Annual Regional Phi Alpha Theta History Conference

Nazareth College hosted the New York/West Central Regional Phi Alpha Theta History Conference on April 7 with two Nazareth students taking home awards.

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Phi Kappa Phi Class of 2018 Announced at Nazareth College

Nazareth College will introduce its newest Phi Kappa Phi members during a ceremony on Friday, April 13, at 4:30 p.m., to celebrate students and faculty for their academic excellence.

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Nazareth Receives $1M Gift from Wests to Help Urban Students Gain Greater Access to Higher Ed

The vision to support high-achieving urban students and create greater access in higher education is strong for Nazareth alumna Mary Beth (Stone) West ‘84 and her husband, Hiry West - and they answered the need with a generous $1 million gift for an endowed scholarship for Nazareth College’s Young Scholars program.

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Fourth Annual Rochester Teen Summit at Nazareth College, April 28

On Saturday, April 28, teens and young adults from across the Greater Rochester region will come together at Nazareth College to share research, stories, and “calls for action” for the purpose of working together to improve our community.

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Three Nazareth Students Honored with 2018 RACCE Outstanding Adult Student Awards

A widowed mother, a Filipino immigrant, and a Rochester bus driver are defying the odds in their pursuit of higher education at Nazareth College.

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