A bust of Rev. Paul J. Dugan, S.J., moderator of athletics, created by Ellen O. Conley, PhD, vice president for student affairs, is now on display in the Office of Residence Life located in Dugan Hall. Conley donated the bust to the Office of Residence Life for public display.
Ellen O. Conley, PhD (left), vice president for student affairs, with Rev. Paul J. Dugan, S.J. (right)
Made from clay, the bust took several months to complete. Conley has been sculpting busts as a hobby for approximately three years.
Submitted by: Chuck Pustelnik, director, web services
The 2011 Canisius telephone directory will soon be available in the print shop and can be purchased directly either by departments or by individuals. The cost per copy is $2.50.
To order, use the “printing request form” found here (MS Word doc). Departments can fill in billing and contact information, and in the ‘Special Instructions’ section indicate telephone directory and the number of copies to order. Individuals should on line 1 enter cash for index, on line 3 enter name and extension, and in the ‘Special Instructions’ section indicate telephone directory and the number of copies to order.
Email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday (November 8). Pick-up instructions will be published in a later edition of Under the Dome. Please contact Margaret Kraatz in the Print Shop at email@example.com with questions.
Submitted by: Marilyn Tokarczyk, administrative associate, religious studies
The Canisius community is invited to attend a presentation by Erin Robinson, PhD, entitled “Environmental Justice and Community Based Research: Constructing Scientific Knowledge with the Grassroots” at the College of Arts & Science Colloquium on Thursday (November 10) at 3:30 p.m. in the Grupp Fireside Lounge. Robinson is associate professor of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, and is director of environmental studies.
Submitted by: Veronica Serwacki, executive associate to the dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Join the office of Campus Programming & Leadership Development (CPLD) for Portraits Of Courage: American Women on Thursday (November 10) at 7 p.m. in the Marie Maday Theatre. This exciting, live theatrical performance highlights the lives of Helen Keller (pictured, right), Sylvia Rivera, Mary Church Terrell, and Sarah Winnemucca who stood up for not only themselves and other women, but also for change in some of history’s most pressing issues in American society.
The show also focuses on relevant topics women are dealing with today through the perspective of women who were at the forefront of change within these issues. By revisiting the lives of these historical women, present generations can celebrate the accomplishments of those who paved the way, and glean inspiration to start their own path. From trailblazers to pacifists, these women made a conscious decision to improve their lives and the lives of those around them.
For more information on Portraits of Courage: America’s Women, click here or contact Chris Lauth in CPLD at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitted by: Katie Martoche, assistant director, campus programming & leadership development