I am pleased to announce that effective immediately the administrative unit that has been known as Public Relations has been renamed Marketing and Communication. The Marketing and Communication name more accurately reflects the work of this area, which is comprised of Public Relations, Web Services, Creative Services, Marketing and Government Relations. It is a reflection of the expanded role they have played over the past year in the development of the integrated marketing strategy and rebranding initiative for Canisius.
Debra Park continues to lead this unit as an associate vice president reporting directly to me. Her new title is Associate Vice President for Marketing and Communication.
You were welcomed back to campus this week with new campus banners. There is new brand art in Science Hall. In the days and weeks ahead you will begin to see advertising, new brochures and our new web site, which has launch today. The team has also been presenting a series of informational sessions to acquaint you with the new campaign.
This has all involved a tremendous amount of work in a very short period of time. It is essential work as we pursue new recruiting markets. Please join me in congratulating the Marketing and Communication unit on a job well done.
Submitted by: President John J. Hurley
Faculty members, librarians, and administrators who normally robe for events assemble no later than 12:45 p.m. on Thursday August 30 in the Old Main Faculty Lounge for the procession. Classes and labs scheduled from 1:00 to 2:15 pm are cancelled unless in the judgment of the faculty member serious academic consequences would occur for the students.
Submitted by: Jerry Neuner, PhD, associate vice president, academic affairs
Members of the PR, Marketing, Web and Creative Services teams will hand out t-shirts during today’s chicken barbecue after Mass of the Holy Spirit. Stop in, grab a t-shirt and sport our new brand!
Submitted by: Public Relations
The Golden Griffin women’s soccer team returns to the friendly confines of the Demske Sports Complex this weekend as they play host to Cleveland State at 4 pm on Sunday afternoon.
It will be C-Block Sunday as the on-campus sports promotion office celebrates the start of the school year with a free cookout following the game for all Canisius students. Members of the hockey team will serve as chefs and The Wire will be spinning tunes. The first 100 students in attendance will receive a free pair of Golden Griffin sunglasses.
For additional information, visit gogriffs.com.
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, athletics
An updated campus parking regulations brochure for students, faculty and staff is now available here. The brochure contains information relating to all aspects of campus parking including how to obtain a permit, parking regulations and enforcement and a parking directory.
Submitted by: Gary M. Everett, director, public safety