Voting has commenced for Buffalo’s top event and the annual Golden Griffins Kid’s Day game is among the few to make the final list in the “Large” category. To cast your vote, go here.
The Canisius event is the 8th one listed on the voting page. A complete description of Kid’s Day can be found once you click othe link. You are only allowed one vote, so check your ballot carefully.
Submitted by John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, athletics
The Niagara Frontier’s Unwritten History (A-Argus Publishing, 2012) is the latest book by Neil P. O’Donnell, academic skills coordinator for COPE and adjunct professor of anthropology. The book includes results of excavations and research O’Donnell conducted throughout Western New York. It also summarizes the Native American occupations of the region from 12,000 years ago up to the early contact period, when Europeans first traversed the Niagara Frontier. Unwritten History is available through Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and at the Canisius College bookstore.
All proceeds of O’Donnell’s book will benefit the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society.
Submitted by Marketing and Communication
Welcome back everyone. We have set the iPad Users Group schedule for this academic year. Like last year, we will still be on the second Friday of each month but the location this year will be in one of our new Science Hall Conference Rooms. We’ll meet in SH-1017 at 1:30 to discuss how iPads (and other mobile devices) can be used in your professional and personal lives. I’ll still be posting in Under the Dome but look for changes in the near future that will take advantage of the new Canisius Portal. Hope to see you there.
Submitted by Joseph F. Rizzo, academic technology specialist