David W. Rohde ’67, PhD will speak tonight (September 16) at 7 p.m. in the Grupp Fireside Lounge. Rohde’s lecture, entitled “The Search for Patterns in Congressional Elections,” is free and open to the public. The event is presented by The William H. Fitzpatrick Institute of Public Affairs and Leadership.
To read more about this lecture, click here.
Submitted by: Public Relations
Canisius College announces the formation of the Department of Kinesiology, which will include the academic programs formerly offered through the Departments of Sports Medicine, Health and Human Performance, and Physical Education, Health and Sport Studies.
The new department will be chaired by Jeffrey R. Lindauer, PhD, associate professor and chair of the Department of Physical Education, Health and Sport Studies, and include the following programs – Athletic Training, Health and Wellness, Health and Human Performance, and Physical Education.
“Effecting this merger will allow us to better serve our existing students while positioning us for growth in the burgeoning field of kinesiology,” said Michael J. Pardales, PhD, dean of the School of Education and Human Services. “This reconfiguration of our departments also supports the American Kinesiology Association’s recognition of the importance of studying physical activity and its effects on health, society, and quality of life.”
For more information about the Department of Kinesiology and the college’s Athletic Training, Health and Wellness, Health and Human Performance and Physical Education Programs, contact Dr. Lindauer at (716) 888-2196.
Submitted by: Public Relations
All are welcome to attend the annual faculty promotion, tenure and emeritus reception on Friday (September 17) at 3:30 p.m. on the 2nd floor of the Library.
Promotion and tenure honorees are John Dahlberg, PhD; Janet Ferguson, PhD; Holly Fetter, PhD; Julie Henry, PhD; John Kalb, PhD; Leonid Khinkis, PhD; Christopher Lopata, PsyD; Joseph O’Donnell, PhD; Jamie O’Neil; Rev. James Pribek, S.J.; Susan Putnam, PhD and Erin Robinson, PhD. Emeritus honorees are David Costello, PhD; Frank Dinan, PhD; Daniel Falkowski, PhD; Eugene O’Connor, JD; Patricia VanVerth, PhD; Trevor Watt, PhD; and Paul Young, PhD.
Submitted by: Office of Web Services
Just a reminder that annual envelope and 2 color letterhead orders are due tomorrow (September 17)
Click here (Adobe Acrobat PDF) to download the envelope order form. Please complete one order form for each envelope, attach a sample and mail it to the Print Shop. Orders must be received no later than Friday, September 17 to qualify for the discounted price.
For more information, contact Margaret Kraatz, print shop coordinator, at Ext. 2135.
Submitted by: Margaret M. Kraatz, coordinator, campus print shop
The September schedule for Outlook demonstrations is now available. Two demonstrations have been scheduled each week throughout September. In October, one introductory Outlook demonstration each week will be offered which will begin to introduce an advanced Outlook presentation for the other session. Like the Outlook demonstrations, the same topic will be presented for October so you will have more than one chance to register for the advanced session.
Register for one of the introductory sessions by clicking here. All attendees are asked to bring questions and challenges with them.
Submitted by: Joseph F. Rizzo, academic technology specialist, FacTS/ITS