Campus Candids

More than 130 students participated in Ignatian Scholarship Day on Thursday, April 22. This event highlighted the achievements of undergraduate and graduate students in various forms of expression. The day included poster, oral and multi-media presentations in different locations in Science Hall and musical performances in Christ the King Chapel. Students also showcased two- and three-dimensional art.

Click on each photo to make it appear full-size.

Submitted by: College Communications

 

Kittens on Campus Available for Adoption!

Four of the #kittensoncampus are still available for adoption! Stop over to the the Margaret L. Wendt Animal Behavior Lab in Science Hall to meet these adorable kittens. Adoptions are managed through the SPCA of Erie County.

The campus community is invited to view training and enrichment sessions. In cooperation with the SPCA of Erie County, Miranda K. Workman’s ABEC 220: Animal Learning class is teaching the kittens to walk into a carrier on their own and complete a small agility course, which makes them attractive adoption candidates and encourages positive relationships with humans that will help kittens transition to their new families. The kittens will be on campus until Thursday, May 3.

 

The days and times for enrichment are:

Now – May 3

Times:

  • Mondays and Wednesdays: 8:30 a.m., 12 p.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Tuesdays/Thursdays/Fridays: 8:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Saturdays and Sundays: 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.

All enrichment sessions are scheduled for one hour.

Submitted by: College Communications

Lindauer Will Serve as Panelist for Diversity in Education Forum

Jeffrey Lindauer, PhD, dean of the School of Education and Human Services, will serve as a panelist for “Educator Diversity in Buffalo and Erie County: The State of Teacher and School Leader Diversity and Why it Matters for Students, Educators and our Future.”

The event takes place on Thursday, April 26 at WNED-TV studios. Participants will discuss the results of a study by The Education Trust–New York, which conducted focus groups and interviews across the state and incorporated the perspectives of nearly 100 students and educators of color.

Submitted by: College Communications

EVENTS

20 Percent off at the Bookstore

Sale in honor of the Class of 2018

To celebrate the graduating Class of 2018, the Bookstore is offering 20 percent off to all faculty, staff and students on Monday, April 23 and Tuesday, April 24. This discount applies to one regularly priced apparel item or one regularly priced gift item. Stop in between 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. and congratulate seniors as they begin to pick up their caps and gowns.

Submitted by: Andrew Thomas, manager, Canisius College Bookstore

People and Carnivores: Is Coexistence Possible?

Lisa Upson to speak on campus

Lisa Upson, executive director of People and Carnivores, will speak on Tuesday, April 24 at 5:30 p.m. in the Science Hall Commons. Her lecture is free and open to the public.

Large carnivores represent wilderness and mystery to many while others deplore them. After a century of persecution, people are now learning how to live alongside large carnivores on a shared western landscape.  Over the last 20 years, landowners and conservationists have developed and tested several conflict prevention tools and practices, yielding promise for a future in which we can coexist with wolves and grizzly bears.  The only question is whether we will choose that future.

The event is hosted by the Canisius College Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relations and the Canisius Ambassadors for Conservation.

Submitted by: Michael Noonan, PhD, professor, Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation

“Beowulf” Coming to Canisius

The Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies is pleased to host “Beowulf” on Wednesday, April 25, at 8:00 p.m. in the Marie Maday Theatre in Lyons Hall. With the help of Canisius students, Chris Vinsonhaler brings this ancient epic tale of heroes and monsters to life. Her translation in Modern English has been awarded a fellowship through the National Endowment for the Arts. The 60-minute performance is free and open to the public.

Submitted by: Kristina Laun, staff, Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies

 

 

 

 

 

Cocktails and Conversation at Hotel Henry

Be the Light Youth Theology Institute

The 2018 Be the Light Leadership Team on retreat with the Benedictine Sisters of Erie (at Mount St. Benedict Monastery; Erie, PA).

Do you know any rising high school sophomores, juniors or seniors who are interested in diving deeper into a faith that does justice – especially right here in Buffalo?  Then tell them about the Be the Light Youth Theology Institute at Canisius College!

If you’d like to learn more, Be the Light will be hosting Cocktails and Conversation at 100 Acres (at Hotel Henry) on Thursday, April 26, 2018, from 4 – 5 p.m.!  You will hear from our co-directors about plans for this year’s Institute, as well as testimonials from past participants and leaders, describing the transformative experiences they had during the Institute.

Be the Light Youth Theology Institute 2018 takes place from July 23-28, 2018.  Applications are open now and can be found here.

Please note that applicants are required to have a nominator fill out a form as well.  The nomination form can be found hereApplications and nominations are due by May 18.