On Friday, November 17, 2017, Canisius College and Academic Talent Search welcomed 72 students from McKinley High School and Buffalo Academy of Visual and Performing Arts for Canisius College Day ᾽17. The students attended informative workshops focusing on the college experience here at Canisius. The group received information about the application process, enjoyed a tour of the campus and had lunch in the dining hall.
Academic Talent Search is one of five federally funded TRiO programs established under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. Academic Talent Search at Canisius College serves approximately 600 youth who are recruited from area schools and community service organizations. Its mission is to assist and support underrepresented youth in realizing the educational opportunities that lead to enrollment in post-secondary institutions of higher learning.
Suzanne Johnson, administrative associate, Academic Talent Search
Sara Morris, PhD, associate vice president for academic affairs, was quoted in a Business First article announcing the college’s new master’s degree in data analytics.
Read the article below.
Big-data master’s coming to Canisius College – Buffalo – Buffalo Business First
Submitted by: College Communications
I am pleased to announce the formation of the search committee for the next dean of the Wehle School of Business (WSB). The work of the committee is underway and I am very grateful to each member of the committee for their service on behalf of the college.
The WSB Search Committee includes: Kathleen Brucato, director of international student programs; Nelson Civello, chair of the Finance Council, Canisius College; Beth Gill, PhD, dean of arts and sciences, co-chair; Craig Rogers, PhD, associate professor of economics and finance, co-chair; Paul Sauer, PhD, professor of marketing and information systems; Girish Shambu, PhD, associate professor of management; Thomas Vogel, PhD, associate professor of accounting and Julie Zulewski, director of graduate enrollment and corporate engagement.
Submitted by: Margaret Cain McCarthy, PhD, vice president for Academic Affairs
I am pleased to announce two promotions at the college.
Lisa Fischer is the new assistant registrar in the Student Records and Financial Services Center. This position reports to Deborah Prohn, assistant director of the Student Records and Financial Services Center and Registrar.
Lisa’s main responsibilities include semester course scheduling, course classroom assignments, final exam schedule, and assisting with curriculum management and incoming transfer student credit evaluation.
Lisa graduated from Canisius in 2017 with a bachelor of science degree in management. She is also currently working toward a graduate degree at Canisius. Prior to accepting this position, Lisa served as the academic affairs support manager. Lisa’s office is located in Bagen Hall Room 106 and she can be reached at Ext. 2995 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am also pleased to announce that Kelly Schultz is the new associate director of tax, endowment and grant accounting. This position reports to Ron Haberer, controller.
Kelly is responsible for financial and tax reporting, accounting controls, and leading grant accounting and compliance efforts. She also advises, educates and serves as a resource for departmental managers and senior management on budget and financial issues.
Kelly graduated from Austin Peay State University with a bachelor of arts degree in accounting. Prior to accepting this position, Kelly served as the assistant director of financial services. Kelly’s office is located in Old Main Room 004 and she can be reached at Ext. 8526 or at email@example.com.
Please join us in congratulating Lisa and Kelly on their new positions!
Submitted by: Linda Walleshauser, associate vice president for Human Resources and Compliance
Thank you to the 57 donors who have helped us exceed our United Way Campaign total from last year! Our campus community has raised $24,209 to date to benefit the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County.
This year United Way of Buffalo & Erie County is celebrating 100 Years of Working Together and your support ensures we can serve our community for the next 100 years.
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Submitted by: Linda Walleshauser, associate vice president, Human Resources & Compliance