Canisius College wished a Happy Birthday to Rev. Paul Dugan, SJ, on Sunday when he returned to campus for the Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Father Dugs will turn 90 in March! He’s pictured here with Joe Van Volkenburg (left), assistant to the director of campus ministry, and Bill Maher, director of athletics.
Submitted by: The Office of Alumni Engagement
Your Canisius women’s basketball team returns to the friendly confines of the Koessler Center this weekend as it hosts a pair of important conference contests.
The Griffs meet Manhattan on Thursday night at 7 p.m. before battling Siena at 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. Canisius and Manhattan are currently tied for sixth in the league, while Siena sits in 10th.
For additional information, visit gogriffs.com.
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director, external affairs, Athletics
The campus community will be inspired and its hope renewed following a visit from professor, author and oral historian Rosalie Riegle, on Thursday, February 13 at 7:00 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center. Riegle will be joined by non-violent civil resisters, including Elliott Adams, a veteran for peace, and local members of the Hancock 31. The event is free and open to the public (donations will graciously be accepted).
Riegle is a professor emerita of English at Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, MI, where she taught humanities, composition and English literature. She is also the author of two books: Doing Time for Peace: Resistance, Family and Community is a collection of oral histories from more than 75 peacemakers who describe how they say no to war by engaging in civil disobedience and paying the consequences in jail or prison. Crossing the Line: Nonviolent Resisters Speak Out for Peace gives a voice to the often neglected social history of peacemakers and provides provocative stories of their actions, trials and imprisonments.
For more information on Rosalie Riegle’s lecture, contact Erin Robinson, PhD, at email@example.com or at Ext. 2748.
Submitted by: Maureen Kanczak, administrative associate, Sociology, Anthropology, Criminal Justice
Ann Woloszynski’s ties to Canisius run deep. She’s earned two degrees from the college (a bachelor’s degree in 1990 and an MBA in 1994), was a member of the women’s softball and basketball teams, served as an assistant softball coach, earned a place in the Sports Hall of Fame, and now serves as president of the Alumni Board. Her annual support to the Canisius Fund helps students succeed in the game and in the classroom. Learn more about Ann and the Beat Niagara Challenge by clicking here.
Submitted by: The Office of Alumni Engagement and The Canisius Fund
We are currently using Checkbox version 5.0. A new version will replace it with a smoother workflow and a slightly easier user interface. Moving to the new version presents some challenges however for past users. Surveys can be exported but reports and responses cannot.
If you intend to use Checkbox in the future please send an email message to Joe Rizzo (firstname.lastname@example.org) stating you name, your username, and the names of your surveys to be moved over to the new version. I will execute an export of your surveys and the import.
If you wish to export (save) the results from old surveys, proceed as follows:
- Select the survey you want to export the results for.
- In the right panel, click on Responses.
- In the box below that, click on the button to export.
- You will be presented with an Options dialog box asking you what you want exported and how you want the results exported.
- Make sure that the Export mode is set to Standard CSV.
- Check the boxes for the information your wish to export. With the exception of “Export Incomplete Responses” I suggest checking all boxes.
If you have any questions about the export process or the conversion process please call Joe Rizzo at Ext. 8354.
Submitted by: Joseph F. Rizzo, academic technology specialist, ITS