Ten students inducted into President's Society at Niagara Universityby jmaloni
The Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., will officially be inaugurated as Niagara University's 26th president on Friday, April 4. Last night, 10 high-achieving students were inducted into a prestigious society bearing his office's name.
The induction ceremony was held in the Statler Dining Room of St. Vincent's Hall.
Congratulations to the following students:
- Kimberly Alexander (of Lewiston)
- Emily Bork (Kenmore)
- Margot Hickey (Rochester)
- Haley Keeley (Lockport)
- James Lioi (Canton, Ohio)
- Samantha Livingston (Thorold, Ontario)
- Crystal Lorenzo (Fredonia)
- Amber Markham (Philmont)
- Kimberly Nedza (Scipio Center)
- Amanda Smith (Lewiston)
Founded in 2000, the President's Society recognizes Niagara University Honors Students for their scholarship, integrity, maturity and devotion to the Catholic and Vincentian traditions of the campus community.
Members of the President's Society collaborate with the president at designated university functions to promote the teaching, learning, research, and service programs of Niagara.