Chloe Littzen, nursing, presented “Young adult nurse work-related well-being, contemporary practice worldview, resilience, and co-worker support during the COVID-19 pandemic.” at the Sigma Theta Tau International, Beta Mu Chapter Induction Ceremony.
Stephanie Salomone, mathematics, and Valerie Peterson, mathematics, participated in the Facilitator Training program for the Inclusive STEM Teaching Project, and NSF-funded, multi-institutional, nationwide program to provide online training in inclusive teaching practices for STEM faculty. Faculty, stay tuned for more information about the online course facilitated by Salomone and Peterson.
Cassy Esparza, admissions, won the PNACAC Excellence in Admissions Award.
Dave Houglum, Franz Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation earned the CPCC credential (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach) from the Co-Active Training Institute on April 14, 2021 by completing over 200 hours of training, 100+ hours of coaching clients, feedback on multiple recorded coaching sessions with individual coach supervisors, group coaching supervision, mentor coaching, and final practical exam. The Co-Active Training Institute is widely recognized as the most rigorous professional coach training and certification program in the industry and is known as the “gold standard” of coaching by the Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School affiliate.
Simon Aihiokhai, theology, presented “Deconstructing the Idolatry of White Supremacy: Embracing a Trinitarian Identity as Solidarity with Others.” A Keynote Address Given to Niagara University Community on their Theological Day of Reflection. Event is Organized and Sponsored by the Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equity, and Mission, Niagara University. Thursday, April 29, 2021. 12– 1:30 p.m. The keynote address can be found here – passcode: P=7ZywL.