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Nazareth junior Ivy Dulysz selected for civic engagement fellowship

Nazareth junior Ivy Dulysz '23, (they/she)a music therapy major, has been selected for a 2022 Newman Civic Fellowship for their service work pursuing equity for people with autism and other marginalized groups. Dulysz joins 172 student civic leaders from 38 states, Washington, D.C, and Mexico to make up the 2022-2023 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows.


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New music therapy equivalency certificate program

Students who studied music for their bachelor’s degree have a new way to become a music therapist through Nazareth College, without the need for a second degree.


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Lifting up excellent teaching and student support

"We are a community who cares about each other as people," said President Beth Paul, Ph.D., at the 2022 Naz Teaching Excellence and Student Success Awards ceremony. “We really do things differently here.”

For individualized, holistic care, for guiding students' learning and their growth, and for bringing creative innovation to their work, Naz honored six faculty and staff on March 24, 2022. 

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“Why We Sing” for individuals and families living with Alzheimer’s, April 2

Interactive and accessible “Why We Sing” for individuals and families living with Alzheimer’s, April 2. Nazareth School of Music choirs & music therapy program partner with Alzheimer’s Association for concert where dancing and singing are welcome and encouraged.


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Naz alumna and elementary band director honored for enabling more students to play

By raising money and resources to enable more students with limited family finances to play a music instrument, Heather Taylor ‘08, ‘12G has built the largest elementary band program among the Greece Central School District’s 18 schools. Her commitment and work have garnered multiple awards. 

Among the latest: the 2021-2022 Dr. William P. Foster Project Community Development Award, a national recognition of quality band programs, teaching excellence, and community impact in historically underserved communities. Traditionally awarded to secondary teachers, Taylor was the only elementary music teacher awarded this year.

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