Campus Candid

Thomas J. Madejski, MD, president of the Medical Society of the State of New York, was the featured speaker for the Dr. George E. Schreiner ’43 Pre-Medical Center Distinguished Speaker Series on Monday, November 19. Dr. Madejski spoke to students, faculty, alumni and members of the Western New York medical community on the state of the medical profession in New York. A question and answer period followed the lecture.

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Canisius in the News

Canisius President John Hurley spoke with WBEN-AM Radio 930 this morning to preview tonight’s Catholic symposium in the Montante Cultural Center.  Click here to hear the full interview.

New research by Christy L. Hoffman, PhD, is garnering some significant national media attention. Dozens of print and broadcast news outlets – including People, ABC News, The New York Post and the Daily Mail – reported on Hoffman’s most recent study, which found that women sleep better with their dogs alongside them – instead of their human partners. Hoffman is associate professor of Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation and director of the anthrozoology program.

Click here to read the People magazine story about Hoffman’s research.

Watch the ABC News clip here.

Read The New York Post story here.

Click here to read the Daily Mail story.

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Town Hall Meeting Today

Canisius faculty and staff members are invited to attend the next Town Hall Meeting with President Hurley and the vice presidents today, November 28 in the Regis Rooms from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.

This Town Hall will be a series of roundtable discussions with President Hurley and the vice presidents. This format has been tried in the past and people responded very positively. This will give people a chance to talk about some of the key priorities in respective areas and discuss, as a smaller group, any thoughts or questions that may be relevant. The discussions will take place in 15-minute sets to give everyone an opportunity to talk with several groups. As found last time, this led to a number of informative and engaging conversations and we look forward to doing this again.

Refreshments will be served.

Click here to add this event to your calendar.

Submitted by: John J. Hurley, President

“The Movement to Restore Trust”

“The Movement to Restore Trust” hosts its inaugural symposium today, November 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.

The symposium, entitled “Restoring Trust: A Path Forward for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo,” will feature the following panelists in a discussion to be moderated by Canisius College President John J. Hurley:

  • Kerry Robinson, the founding executive director and global ambassador of the Leadership Roundtable, an organization that promotes best practices and accountability regarding management issues in the U.S. Catholic Church

 

  • Matt Malone, SJ, editor-in-chief of America magazine, the Jesuit review of faith and culture

 

  • Robert Zilliox, pastor of St. Mary’s of Swormville parish in East Amherst, a canon lawyer and former canonical adviser to Buffalo Bishop Richard Malone. Father Zilliox is a sex abuse survivor who was featured on the 60 Minutes report on the Buffalo Diocese in October 2018

 

  • Sister Margaret Carney, OSF STD, president emeritus of St. Bonaventure University, a former associate vicar for religious in the Diocese of Pittsburgh and a leader of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious’ task force on leadership roles for women in the church.

 

The event is open to the public but seating is limited. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. Overflow seating with a live stream of the symposium will also be available in the college’s Winter Student Center for those who want to participate in the question and answer session. The event will also be live streamed through the college’s website.

Submitted by: College Communications