STUDENT PROFILE: Lindsey Gerzabek is a Nichols Sports Star, Leader, and More

By RONALD SCHACHTER DUDLEY, Mass.—If you’re looking for Nichols College junior Lindsey Gerzabek these late fall afternoons, you can find her skating down the right-wing during practices for the women’s ice hockey team. But she also came to Nichols from her hometown of Branford, Conn., to play for the women’s lacrosse squad, for which she will […]

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 Nichols Criminal Justice Club to Host K-9 Memorial Fundraiser Nov. 27

Nichols College’s student Criminal Justice Club will host its 3rd annual K-9 fundraiser Tuesday, Nov. 27, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Daniels Auditorium, on Center Road in Dudley, Mass. The students raise money for the memorial located at the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services – Stow Campus, which is dedicated to the State […]

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 Nichols College Counterterrorism Studies Professor: ‘How Do We Prevent School-Shooting Copycats?’

DUDLEY, Mass.–Feb. 16, 2018–Nichols College Counterterrorism Studies Professor Allison McDowell-Smith, Ph.D., shares the following perspective on school shootings: While it’s important that law enforcement authorities and school administrators understand the how-and-why of this incident, do we want our entire society knowing all of these details? Are these details what’s stimulating the increase in school violence threats […]

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 Nichols College Counterterrorism Professor Shares Perspective on Parkland, Florida School Shooting

DUDLEY, Mass.–Feb. 15, 2018–The following is a statement from Nichols College Criminal Justice Professor Allison McDowell-Smith, Ph.D., who is director of the Nichols College Counterterrorism Studies Graduate Program.  As I am getting ready to present on the topic “A Culture of Fear” in New Orleans at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, the buzz within […]

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 Taylor Pons ’15 Hired as Career Development Specialist

Taylor Pons ’15 has joined the Career and Professional Development Center team as its career development specialist. She graduated with a BSBA in criminal justice and was an active member of the Nichols community. During her senior year, she decided to switch her career focus to higher education administration and later earned a Master’s of […]

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