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New programs this fall at Nazareth

Nazareth is giving its students many paths and opportunities to success with relevant new and unique programs this fall. 

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Physical therapy alum wins prestigious research award to help people with Parkinson’s disease

While pursuing her Ph.D. in rehabilitation science at Boston University, Jenna Zajac '17, '19G received a prestigious research award from the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research for a project analyzing the relationship between walking capacity and real-world walking activity in people with Parkinson's disease (PD).

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Nazareth College is a 2021-22 College of Distinction

Nazareth is among a select group of top colleges and universities across the country hand-picked to earn a 2021-2022 Best Colleges of Distinction designation for its commitment to engaged, experiential education.

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Nazareth nursing ranked best in region and #4 statewide

Nazareth's nursing program is celebrating National Nurses Day (May 6) ranked the best in the region — and #4 statewide — based on Nazareth nursing students' licensing success over the past three years and the strength of Nazareth's accredited program, reports RNCareers.org.

 

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Orion trains to become a Golden Flyer therapy dog

Orion, the black labrador retriever on campus, is now officially a Golden Flyer wearing the purple and gold! Her "therapy dog in training" vest has her own NazCard ID badge.

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Nazareth awarded Cabrini Health Foundation Grant to work with migrant families

A new grant funds a college-community partnership to support the mental health and public health of migrant people in Livingston and Wayne counties and support experiential, community-based learning for students. The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation awarded nearly $328,000 for Nazareth College to collaborate with the Migrant Ministry of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester.

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Nazareth honored for health and wellness commitment to Special Olympics athletes

For Nazareth College's efforts to improve the health and wellness of people with intellectual disabilities, Special Olympics NY (SONY) has chosen Nazareth for a 2020 Golisano Health Leadership Award. The award recognizes SONY's leading health partners for their support in improving the health and wellness of Special Olympics athletes and the intellectual disabilities (ID) population in the Rochester area.

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