Canisius in the News

 

USA Today sports writer Erik Brady ᾿76 wrote  an article about Alex Valvo ’16, MSA ’18, an ice hockey referee with NCAA Division I, NCAA Division III and USA Hockey. When he shared his coming out story, Valvo describes how he found a community of support at Canisius and from his fellow officials.

Valvo graduates tonight with a master’s degree in sport administration.  He’ll attend Saturday’s commencement ceremonies as his final assignment as a GA in Event Services.  Valvo starts a new job with an advertising firm on Monday.

Read more here.

Beaty Sworn in as New Director of Public Safety

Kim Beaty ᾿86 was sworn in as the new director of public safety during a ceremony on Tuesday, May 15. Previously she was deputy police commissioner of Operations and Homeland Security for the Buffalo Police Department (BPD). Beaty replaces Wil Johnson, who will retire this month after serving Canisius with distinction for three years.

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Campus Candid

(L-R) Wil Johnson, director of public safety and Kimberly Beaty ᾿86.

Members of the campus community gathered yesterday to welcome Kimberly Beaty ᾿86 and witness her swearing in as the new director of public safety. Beaty previously was deputy police commissioner of Operations and Homeland Security for the Buffalo Police Department (BPD). She replaces Wil Johnson, who will retire this month after serving Canisius with distinction for three years.

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(L-R) Wil Johnson, Kimberly Beaty and Gary Everett, retired director of public safety.

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2018 Summer Hours

Summer hours begin on Monday, May 21, 2018 and end on Friday, August 17, 2018.

College departments may adjust their hours of operation (based on department need) to 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a 30-minute lunch break.

As communicated by President Hurley, we will also pilot a modified schedule for Fridays for administrative staff.  During the weeks of May 21 through July 27, Canisius will adjust its operating hours on Fridays to 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  Because the college must still meet the needs of students and maintain the operation, certain departments will adopt some modified rules that have been discussed at a departmental level.  From July 27 through August 17, the college will return to the traditional summer hours, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. with a 30-minute break for lunch.  Summer hours are available to administrative staff not enrolled in the collective bargaining unit of the college.

Please contact the Human Resources Department at Ext. 2240 with any questions. Have a safe and happy summer!

Submitted by: Linda M. Walleshauser, associate vice president for Human Resources and Compliance