Thanks to everyone who has provided feedback in the selection of a brand agency for the college. This work is the next step that follows the market research completed earlier this year by Simpson Scarborough. The third and final agency presentation is by 160over90, from Philadelphia, today (November 2) in the Regis Room at 2 p.m.
All faculty and staff are invited to attend. There will be opportunities to participate in a question and answer session following the presentation. Refreshments will be provided.
One of these agencies will be selected to partner with Canisius to aid in the development of a brand marketing plan designed to enhance and extend the visibility and reputation of the college. This work, which is part of the college’s strategic plan, is intended to help Canisius better define and manage our reputation, further differentiate the college from various competitors, and to support, among other priorities, our enrollment and fundraising efforts. The results of this work will begin to be incorporated into our marketing and communications next summer.
Submitted by: Robert Hill, director, marketing
The test of the Canisius Alert System will take place Friday (November 4). Those who have registered to receive a text alert will see the text messaging number #23177 or #63079 appear.
Faculty and staff who have not registered for Canisius Alert may do so here Students who have not registered for Canisius Alert may do so by logging on to the myCanisius portal, under the folder “Campus Services” on the left.
For more information, please contact Kathleen Brucato, assistant director, residence life at email@example.com.
Submitted by: Kathleen Brucato, assistant director, residence life
The Golden Griffin hockey team hosts Bentley for two games this weekend in a key early season conference battle. The Griffs will meet the Falcons Saturday (November 5) at 6 p.m. and Sunday (November 6) at 2 p.m. Both games will be played at the Buffalo State Ice Arena.
Kyle Gibbons leads the Griffs with three goals and two assists
Canisius knocked off defending regular season champion RIT in its home opener then tied defending tournament champion Air Force last weekend. Bentley is coming off a 2-2 tie with Clarkson.
For additional information, visit www.gogrigffs.com or call the ticket office at Ext. 2885.
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, athletics
The Joseph J. Naples Conversations in Christ & Culture Lecture Series presents The Soul of Banaras featuring Indian musicians Sitarist Ravindra Goswami and Tablaist Ramchandra Pandit tomorrow (November 3) at 7:30 p.m. in the Palisano Pavilion. This concert is free and open to all students, faculty and friends.
Goswani has been a professional musician for 40 years and is recognized as one of the senior most artists in the musically rich city of Varanasi, India. He has won a number of national awards in India, including first place in the Prayag Sangeet Samiti All-India Competition in 1967. Goswani is an “A-level” Artist of All India Radio and Television, and has performed throughout India and the world.
Pandit has been a professional performer of classical, semi-classical, folk, and popular music for four decades. Pandit holds a master of music, and has performed for All India Radio and played percussion on film soundtracks in Bombay for the legendary composer S.D. Burman. He currently directs the non-profit Sarangi Institute of Varanasi, an organization that he founded to preserve the musical tradition of the sarangi. Pandit is also the former coordinator of the University of Wisconsin Year in India Program, a position that he held for nearly 30 years.
For more information, contact Chris Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ext. 2874.
Submitted by: Marilyn Tokarczyk, administrative associate, religious studies