Adalberto Pena ᾿19, digital media arts major and Physics Department workstudy student, makes final adjustments to the department’s new 3D printer. Moments later, the printer successfully completed a test print.
Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, director, Center for Online Learning and Innovation
It is my pleasure to welcome Aimee Larson MPAS, PA-C, to the Canisius community as the inaugural director of the Physician Assistant program. She comes to us after working as a physician assistant in a number of healthcare facilities and as a clinical preceptor in the Physician Assistant program at D’Youville College.
Please join me in welcoming Aimee to Canisius. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitted by: Jeff Lindauer, PhD, dean, School of Education and Human Services
Congratulations to the pioneers from the ITS Department who completed the first on campus Stop the Bleed Training offered by Student Health on April 30, 2018.
They include Larry Deni, chief information officer; Michele Folsom, director of administrative computing; Tracy Wass, senior programmer analyst/DBA; Pamela Dart, programmer analyst; Lauren Barry, programmer analyst; Greg Rusch, computer support technician and Tom Prince, computer support specialist.
Stop the Bleed is a national program created after the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting to train public bystanders to respond to bleeding emergencies and to take actions to control bleeding until emergency response (EMS) personnel arrive to take over care of the victim (s).
The ITS team learned to recognize what life threatening bleeding looks like and the actions they should take to respond to a bleeding victim. They demonstrated competency in applying three bleeding control strategies.
Thank you to ITS for taking time to learn these very important life-saving skills.
Student Health offers Stop the Bleed training to campus departments or groups. Contact Patricia Creahan, email@example.com to discuss training opportunities.
Submitted by: Patricia Creahan, APRN, BC, director, Student Health
Canisius will hold a campus-wide shredding event for all college-related materials. The Facilities Management Department will secure a central shredding location. Please note that personal material will not be accepted for shredding.
All material to be shredded must be boxed. Boxes can be obtained by placing an online work order in the Facilities Management online work order system located in the MyCanisius Portal, under My Applications, Facilities Work Order.
Once your shredding is boxed, place a new work order to have these boxes picked up and moved to the central shredding location. Work orders for pick up can be placed between May 21, 2018 through May 31, 2018. Please be patient as the Facilities Management Department Staff will complete work orders according to staff availability and time schedules.
Please do not call the Facilities Management Department to request boxes or pick up of boxes. You will be referred to the work order system to place your requests.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Submitted by: Julie Daniel, operations office manager, Facilities Management Department
Softball concludes regular season with four home games
The regular season for the Canisius softball team comes to an end this weekend with a pair of MAAC doubleheaders at the Demske Sports Complex. The twin bills both start at noon with Iona providing the opposition on Saturday, May 5 and Fairfield battling the Griffs on Sunday, May 6.
The Griffs enter the final weekend in a four-way tie for sixth place. The top six teams make the conference playoffs. Iona is presently in fourth place (two games ahead of Canisius), while Fairfield sits in second.
For additional information, visit www.GoGriffs.com
Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director, External Affairs