The ALANA Student Center, Chartwells Dining Services, and Woodland Visions Native Arts invite you to an interactive fireart demonstration. This demonstration – part of the Soup With Substance Series – will allow participants to create fireart on slabs of wood while learning about various aspects of Native American cultures.
The event is free and open to the campus community, will take place on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in the Faculty Dining Room of the Richard E. Winter ’42 Student Center.* In keeping with the November observance of Native American Heritage Month, Chartwells will provide free Three Sisters Soup and a beverage.
*Location subject to change.
Submitted by: Kathleen Mathews, administrative associate, ALANA Student Center
Which is the most popular entrée at Iggy’s (formerly the Upper Deck restaurant)?
a. Buffalo Chicken Meltdown
b. Grilled Egg, Tomato, Cheese
c. Magis Burgers
d. Chili Cheese Fries
Submit your answer on the college’s Facebook page.
*Bonus: Everyone who answers today’s question will be entered in a random drawing to receive Chartwells Bucks, good at any dining location on campus!
Submitted by: Marketing and Communication
New York Times best-selling author Rick Shenkman will be on campus on Tuesday, November 13 for a talk on why it seems so much of the world dislikes, and even hates, the United States in “Why They Hate Us”. He discusses the historical roots of why so many have come to this point. He also talks about why so many other people in the world love the United States.
Shenkman will speak at 7:30pm in the Montante Cultural Center. The event is sponsored by Campus Programming and Leadership Development and the Fitzpatrick Institute for Leadership and Public Policy. It is free and open to the public.
Submitted by: Brian Smith, director of leadership development, campus programming & leadership development
International Education Week takes place November 12-16, 2012. It is sponsored nationally by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education, but we will also be celebrating it here on our campus. A week-long schedule of activities, lectures, and documentaries has been compiled. The theme of this year’s week is “Striving for a Healthier Future Worldwide”.
Our goal for International Education Week is to celebrate different cultures on our campus, including those of our international students. Some of our current international students will be hosting activities throughout the week. We will also be “spotlighting” some of our students in the Canisius Announcements section of the portal daily. Please share these events with your students. Should you have any questions about the events or International Education Week, please feel free to contact the Office of International Student Programs by emailing email@example.com or calling x2784.
Submitted by: Kathleen Brucato, assistant director, residence life
Attention Faculty-Are you interested in having your courses merged in ANGEL for the spring 2013 semester? If the answer is yes, simply submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 27.
In the email include the following:
Instructor Name- First and Last (example Mary Snow)
Courses to be merged- Course code and course number (example EDC 121 and EDC 234)
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jodi Moore at email@example.com.
Submitted by: Jodi Moore, academic technology specialist, ITS