Ignatian Scholarship Day will take place on Friday, April 15. With approximately 500 students participating in the day in some way, it promises to be a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of many of our best and brightest students and their faculty mentors.
To view the entire program for the day, click here (Adobe Acrobat PDF).
Other information about the day is also available here.
All members of the Canisius community are invited to watch, listen and view the many events that students have been preparing so diligently. Faculty are reminded that they are to be present to introduce their student mentees at their scheduled times.
Volunteers are still needed to assist with introducing presentations, serving as timekeepers, etc. To help, please contact Kathleen DeLaney at Ext. 2916 or Kathy Peter at Ext. 2121. Please contact Rose Marie Castner at Ext. 2123 with any questions about the event.
Submitted by: Rose Marie Castner, special events coordinator, academic affairs
Sherron Watkins, whistleblower in the Enron fraud case, will speak on Thursday (April 7) at 4 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center. The title of her talk is “Leadership Lessons from Enron: Tales from the Enron Whistleblower.” The event is sponsored by the Department of Accounting and the Accounting Society. It is free and open to the public.
Submitted by: Pat Johnson, assistant professor, accounting
ArtsCanisius presents the Erie County Chamber Winds directed by Rick Fleming tonight (April 7) at 7:30 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center. The ensemble is comprised of local professional musicians dedicated to performing the lesser known repertoire for double wind quintet. The program features a lush, romantic work by Raff and two delightful French works, one by Calpet and another by Francaix. The program is free and open to the public.
For more information, call Ext. 2536 or click here.
Submitted by: Ellen Barnum, assistant director, ArtsCanisius
The Canisius College Archives & Special Collections presents an Archives Speaker Series event entitled “From Blue Tent to Dignity Circle: The Legacy Finds an Archival Home” with Constance B. Eve, founder and chair of Women for Human Rights and Dignity, Inc. (WHRD) on Thursday (April 7) at 2:30 p.m. on the 2nd floor of the Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library.
This event is in conjunction with the donation of a major archival collection to Canisius College — The Collection of the Women for Human Rights and Dignity, Inc. When it is made available for research, this gift will provide a rich archival resource for students, faculty and researchers across multiple disciplines including women and gender studies, psychology, psychology, criminal justice, sociology, religion, local history, health and human services, including counseling, and education. Many of the organizational and outreach services related to this collection have quietly happened in the Canisius neighborhood, including several Canisius service learning opportunities.
Eve established WHRD in 1980 as a reaction to events surrounding the 1977 case of Buffalo’s Gail Trait, who was arrested and convicted of brutally murdering her three young children. The case attracted national attention as one of the earliest social and political controversies surrounding issues addressed in filicide cases. WHRD’s mission to “empower women, children and families to move on to economic, social and emotional growth” and has been a guiding force to educate women about their options for a new start in life after incarceration in hope they will avoid the cycle of re-incarceration, as well as be better able to care for their children into the future.
A reception with light refreshments will follow the presentation. For more information, contact Kathleen DeLaney, archivist, at Ext. 8421.
Submitted by: Kathleen DeLaney, archivist, archives & special collections
The Digital Mind Quest group will join with the Lunch Time Laptop Seminar today (April 7) at Noon in the Student Center Executive Conference Room. The two groups will share similar, timely topics – plagiarism and ethics in the classroom.
Submitted by: Kelly Showard, special projects analyst, FacTS Center