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Eight students inducted into President's Society at Niagara University

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Mon, Mar 14th 2016 01:30 pm
The Rev. James Maher, C.M., Niagara University president, with President's Society inductee Janine Cubello of Youngstown.
The Rev. James Maher, C.M., Niagara University president, with President's Society inductee Janine Cubello of Youngstown.

Eight outstanding students were inducted into the Niagara University President's Society during a ceremony held Sunday, March 13, in the Statler Dining Room of St. Vincent's Hall.

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.

Congratulations to the following students:

  • Janine Cubello (biochemistry/Youngstown)
  • Kelly Fitzpatrick (tourism destination management and Spanish/Liverpool)
  • Megan Helf (biology/North Tonawanda)
  • Maegan Jones (communication studies/Cheektowaga)
  • Morgan Penepent (nursing/Churchville)
  • Matthew Robert Rice (biology and chemistry/Spencerport)
  • Sarah Volmy (sociology/Ashburn, Virginia)
  • Courtney Whitney (chemistry/Rochester)

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.

For more information on Niagara University, visit www.niagara.edu.

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