Gregory R. Wood, PhD, professor of marketing and information systems, will speak at a New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs Summit Conference that the agency is organizing for veteran business owners in September. Wood will present an overview/introduction of digital marketing to build brands. Approximately 75 veterans will attend the day-long conference.
This year’s annual fundraising campaign for the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County is almost upon us! For those who may not be aware, Canisius participates in this fundraising campaign each year to assist the United Way in helping those in need in our community, as well as allowing them to do the work that no one nonprofit can do alone. Thanks to you, the United Way can identify the areas of most need, tackle those issues head on, and promote volunteerism and engagement throughout the community.
Our United Way Campaign Committee is currently seeking new volunteers. Members of the committee get to participate in fun behind-the-scenes activities, such as planning the extremely successful Fall Chili Cook-Off! Even a small amount of your time on the committee will go a long way, as everything you do to help the United Way empowers the Buffalo community. If you are interested in joining the committee or just volunteering to help with campaign activities, please contact Mary Braun at Ext. 2240 or at email@example.com.
Submitted by: Mary Braun, human resources assistant, Human Resources
Each semester you must continuously record your students’ grades in each course. If you record grades in a D2L gradebook, it handles the calculations and provides your students with an up-to-date grade report. If you use D2L’s grades toolset, your students know how they are doing in the class at any time throughout the semester. Once you build a gradebook in a course, it copies along with other course content into subsequent semesters. With upgrades coming on August 8th, D2L’s grades tool works efficiently with their rubric toolset as well.
Take a look at what the grades tool can do for you and your students:
If you haven’t tried an online grade book yet, now’s a great time to start.
Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, Center for Online Learning & Innovation
Members of the campus community satisfied their international food cravings during a visit from Ms. Judi’s Food Truck on Wednesday, July 11. Pictured here (l-r) are members of the Institutional Advancement team, Terry Nusstein, Ginny Dadaian, Sandy Miller and Kate Lockhart.
Know a young girl who wants to be ‘queen of the court?’ If so, consider signing her up for the annual summer skills volleyball camp, which runs next week, July 23 – 26, from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., at the Koessler Athletic Center.
Hosted by the Canisius volleyball team, this fun and interactive four-day camp is open to all girls entering 6th-12th grade and will cover all the fundamental skills of the game. Also available, a single day camp option which will be held on Thursday, July 26 for girls entering 10th – 12th grade.