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Canisius in the News

Kevin Hardwick, PhD, associate professor of political science, offered WIVB-TV Channel 4 expert comment about government spending on public relations. Watch the video here.

Catherine Foster, PhD, associate professor of communication studies, discussed the national coverage after Carl Paladino’s remarks with WGRZ-TV Channel 2. Click here to watch the full story.

Christine Moll, PhD, chair of the counseling and human services program, discussed ways to manage stress during the holidays with, and The Buffalo News.

Peter Galie, PhD, professor emeritus of political science, participated in three panel discussions for Connect: NY, which appeared on WCNY, Central New York’s public broadcasting station. The discussions were titled:

Special Presentation of Connect: NY – Criminal Justice
Special Presentation of Connect: NY – Education and the Constitution
Special Presentation of Connect: NY – From Imagination to Reality

Galie also co-authored an opinion piece entitled “New York’s real opportunity for change,” which discussed the New York State constitution and what changes can be expected if a constitutional convention is held. The opinion piece appeared in The Saratogian, The Troy Record, The Adirondack Enterprise and The Lockport Union-Sun and Journal.

Submitted by: College Communications

Spring 2017: Getting Started in D2L

Happy New Year, Canisius faculty!  The Center for Online Learning & Innovation (COLI) has some handy resources to help you get your courses started in 2017.

Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, PhD, instructional designer, COLI

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