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Niagara University criminal justice students receive Zonta Club Award

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Sat, Oct 7th 2017 06:10 pm
Dr. Kyle Patterson, president of the Zonta Club of Niagara Falls, is pictured with Niagara University criminal justice majors, from left, Courtney Kenny and Jaclyn Danvir. Kenny and Danvir are the recipients of Zonta's Safe at Home Conference Award for 2017.
Dr. Kyle Patterson, president of the Zonta Club of Niagara Falls, is pictured with Niagara University criminal justice majors, from left, Courtney Kenny and Jaclyn Danvir. Kenny and Danvir are the recipients of Zonta's Safe at Home Conference Award for 2017.
Two Niagara University criminal justice majors have been selected for the 2017 Safe at Home Conference Award by the Zonta Club of Niagara Falls.
The award is given to two outstanding female students in Niagara University's social work or criminal justice programs. Thanks to the award, Courtney Kenny of Syracuse and Jaclyn Danvir, a native of North Tonawanda, will attend the Niagara County Family Violence Intervention Project's annual Safe at Home Conference free of charge.
The event is scheduled for Oct. 12 at The Conference & Event Center Niagara Falls.
The Safe at Home Conference Award was developed by the education and awards committee of the Zonta Club of Niagara Falls in an effort to encourage and mentor emerging professional women to pursue careers in society that will make a difference in the lives of women in their respective communities and throughout the world.
Zonta International, with world headquarters in Oak Brook, Illinois, is a leading global organization of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy.
To learn more about Niagara University's criminal justice programs, visit www.niagara.edu/crj.

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