Canisius College is mentioned in a recent Buffalo News article titled “Dreams Comfort the Dying.”
The article highlights new research on end-of-life dreams and visions. James P. Donnelly, PhD, associate professor of counseling and human services and director of measurement and statistics for the Institute for Autism Research, is a principal investigator on the study, along with colleagues from the Center for Hospice and Palliative Care.
Click here to read The Buffalo News article.
Also, watch your mailboxes for the fall 2015 issue of Canisius Magazine, for more on Donnelly and his research on end-of-life dreams and visions.
Submitted by: Marketing and Communication
Come celebrate National Chemistry Week with Canisius chemistry students on Saturday, October 24!
The Canisius student chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS) will host a spectacular chemistry demonstration show to celebrate this year’s National Chemistry Week theme, “Chemistry Colors Our World.” There will also be a raffle of chemistry-related prizes and liquid nitrogen ice cream. The first 100 children will receive a special gift bag.
The first show will start at 1:00 p.m. and repeat at 2:30 p.m. Each show will last approximately 45 minutes and take place in Horan O’Donnell, Room 107. This event is free and open to the public.
Click here for more information about National Chemistry Week:
Submitted by: Phil Sheridan, PhD, associate professor, chemistry and biochemistry
Your Canisius women’s soccer team returns home Saturday, October 24 at the Demske Sports Complex for a key MAAC conference clash with the Peahens from St. Peter’s. Kick-off is slated for 7:00 p.m.
The game will be carried live on ESPN3.
For additional information, visit www.GoGriffs.com.
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director, external affairs
The Canisius College Chorale, under the direction of Frank Scinta, will inaugurate its 2015-2016 Sacred Spaces concert series with a program on Sunday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Fourteen Holy Helpers Church, 1345 Indian Church Road in West Seneca, NY.
The concert will feature works by Hogan, Mendelssohn, Buxtehude, Dawson and Ticheli among others. The event is free and open to the public.
The Sacred Spaces concert series stems from an idea proposed nine years ago to feature the chorale’s music in some of Western New York’s most beautiful and acoustically resonant environments – namely, the sanctuaries of our area’s churches. As a result, the choir has visited nearly 40houses of worship with its repertoire of sacred and secular music spanning five centuries.
Now in its 19th season, the Canisius College Chorale remains one of Western New York’s most active collegiate music ensembles. Composed of 100 undergraduate and graduate members, the chorale regularly presents concert programs to school, church and community audiences throughout Western New York and southern Ontario. In recent years, the chorale has performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Ars Nova Chamber Musicians, Amherst Symphony Orchestra, Camerata di Sant’Antonio, Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus and the Dave Brubeck Quartet.
Please join us for a lovely evening of great choral music.
Submitted by: Frank Scinta, adjunct professor, fine arts