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Canisius in the News

The 51st annual Canisius College Regents Scholarship Ball was held Saturday, May 6 at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo. The event serves as primary fundraiser for the Board of Regents Scholarship Fund which distributes more than $80,000 annually in scholarships to deserving students.

Chris Koch, the fourth generation CEO of the family-owned company New Era Cap was honored with this year’s Distinguished Citizen Award.

See a photo gallery from the event in The Buffalo News by clicking here.

Submitted by: College Communications

Vacation Carryover Reminder

Full-time administrators and staff, with the exception of those staff members represented by the collective bargaining agreement, are able to carry over one week of vacation into the following year.  Please manage your vacation time to ensure that only a maximum of one week is carried into next fiscal year, which begins June 1, 2017.

Thank you for all you do for the college and for your cooperation in this matter.

Submitted by: Jennifer Skowron, assistant director, human resources

The Dome Summer Schedule

The Dome will switch to weekly issues for the summer months. The final daily post will be Friday, May 19.

Starting Wednesday, May 24, The Dome will be published every Wednesday until the first week of classes for the fall semester. The deadline for submissions will be 2:00 p.m. on the Tuesday before publication.

Submitted by: College Communications

End of the Year Sale at the Bookstore

This is it! You asked and we listened. The sale is happening! The bookstore is finishing the year off with a bang. All clearance items, including massive assortments of hoodies, t-shirts and sweatpants, will be reduced an additional 25 percent. So stop in and save with some of the best prices of the year on Canisius apparel.

In-store only and all sales are final.

Submitted by: Andrew Thomas, store manager, Canisius Bookstore

AM-Pol Eagle Honors Moskal

The AM-Pol Eagle presented PJ Moskal, PhD, associate professor and director of the digital media arts program, with its Citizen of the Year Award in education. The AM-Pol Eagle is the weekly newspaper published by the Polish-American community in Buffalo. Moskal was recognized for excellence in teaching as well as his high level of success with his interactive and digital art works, which have been exhibited in the U.S. and a number of other countries, including Poland.

Read more about Moskal’s award here.

Submitted by: College Communications