Select Page

Campus Candid

Rev. Thomas Slon, SJ, rector of the Jesuit community, blessed a new public safety vehicle yesterday in the Koessler Plaza. Public Safety officers and Terri Mangione, PhD, vice president for student affairs, were on hand to witness the event.


Pictured L-R: Officer Nate Billings, Lt. Rick Miller, Officer Steve Erdman, Rev. Thomas Slon, SJ, Terri Mangione, PhD, VP for Student Affairs, Chief Wil Johnson, Officer Joe Moorhouse

Submitted by: College Communications

ARTY Camp Candids

The Art, Robotics and Technology for Youth (ARTY) summer workshop, led by Debra Burhans, PhD, associate professor of computer science at Canisius, is a contemporary alternative to the traditional practice of teaching robotics through programming camps built around competition, robot battles and simulated warfare.

Students created and built unique working robots and featured a sumo contest. Click through to view the photo gallery below.

Submitted by: College Communications

Canisius in the News II

This summer, the college is undergoing $1.3 million of capital improvements on campus including renovation of the pool in the Koessler Athletic Center and 2000 square feet of space in Bagen Administration Building.

Click here to read the Business First article.

Submitted by: College Communications

Canisius Community Members Named to 40 Under 40

Congratulations to four Canisius College alumni and one Canisius administrator named to Business First’s ‘40 Under 40’ list. They are:

  • Patrick Clancy ’99, director, Freed Maxick CPAs
  • Michael Lewis ’01, PhD, director of special education, city of Niagara Falls School District
  • Sam Russo ’05, partner, Select One Search
  • Zachary Schneider ’04, partner, 15 Fingers LLC, CMS Group LLC, Ru’s Pierogi LLC
  • Sara Vescio, executive director, Women’s Business Center at Canisius College

The ‘40 Under 40’ list features Buffalo-area leaders who have made an impact at an early age. More than 140 nominations were received this year. The class was selected by a six-person panel of former ’40 Under 40’ winners led by James Morrell, deputy director of public transit at the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority.

Submitted by: College Communications