Canisius students, faculty, alumni, and friends welcomed Rev. Brian Dunkle, SJ, to campus Monday night. Father Dunkle currently serves as assistant professor of historical theology at Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry. The group gathered in Grupp to learn more about the history of Peter Canisius and Jesuit education, and to hear Father Dunkle’s thoughts on how the humanities might continue to play a critical role in undergraduate education at Canisius. Father Dunkle was invited to speak to celebrate the launch of Canisius’ new Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies.
Submitted by: Kathryn Williams, PhD, chair, Classics Department
President John J. Hurley is quoted about possible trends for higher education in Future Ed, the blog of Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy.
Read more here.
The following Campus Master Plan Forums are scheduled to discuss the results of the recently completed Campus Master Plan Survey and next steps. There will be a panel presentation at each forum to review the survey results and to moderate a dialogue about future investments at the college. The forums are organized to ensure open dialogue and to give the Canisius community an opportunity to voice additional opinions, concerns and ideas regarding college enhancements in the next 5 to 20 years. All members of the Canisius community are encouraged and welcomed to attend one of these sessions.
Master Plan Forums:
Tuesday, March 13 at 11:30 a.m. in Grupp
Marco F. Benedetti, vice president for business and finance; Tom Ciminelli, director of facilities management; Jonathan DiCicco, PhD, associate professor of political science and Terri Mangione, PhD, vice president for student affairs
Thursday, March 15 at 2:00 p.m. in Regis
Marco F. Benedetti, vice president for business and finance; Tom Ciminelli, director of facilities management; Katie Costanzo PhD, associate professor of biology and Clayton Shanahan, Canisius-USA Senator
Wednesday, March 21 at 7:00 p.m. in OM223
Marco F. Benedetti, vice president for business and finance; Tom Ciminelli, director of facilities management and Clayton Shanahan, Canisius-USA Senator
Submitted by: Sharon Federico, assistant to the vice president, Business and Finance and Student Affairs
On behalf of the Dean Search Committee, all faculty and staff are invited to attend the open forum presentation of the final candidate for the dean of the Wehle School of Business
- Jeffrey Krug, PhD, Monday, March 12 at 4:00 p.m. in HO 107
Cover letters and CVs, including surveys, are in the navigation menu along the top of your myCanisius home page. Click on the DEAN OF THE WSB SEARCH link.
Submitted by: Mary Ellen Carver, executive associate, Office of the Dean, Wehle School of Business
The Campus Ministry annual RAISE Benefit concludes today, Friday, March 9!
Twenty-five members of the Canisius family will participate in our international service-immersion experiences to Poland, Jamaica and the U.S./Mexico border this summer. All proceeds directly benefit students participants on these trips.
Today from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the OM second floor lounge, there will be basket raffles, silent auction items, a 50/50 split, grilled cheese and soup for lunch and more.
Raffle and auction items include wine, tennis lessons, restaurant gift cards, Lularoe leggings, swing dance lessons, tea, a Vera Bradley blanket, handmade quilt and Bison tickets.
Stop by and check it out!
Then, later tonight, come to our RAISE benefit dinner (sponsored by Chartwells Dining Services) from 5 – 8 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.
Enjoy live music, food from around the world, drinks available for purchase, a 50/50 split, and the basket raffle/silent auction! Dinner tickets are available for purchase in OM or at the door. We accept credit cards.
Prices are: $25 for adults (or 4 for $75), $10 for students and free for children 10 and under.
For more information, contact Sarah Signorino, assistant director of campus ministry, at Ext. 2424 or email@example.com
Submitted by: Sarah Signorino, assistant director, Campus Ministry