Members of the campus community filled the Grupp Fireside Lounge on Friday, April 12 to recognize their colleagues at the annual Celebration of Service.
The ceremony recognized more than 100 faculty, staff and administrators who reached five, 10, 15, 20 and 25 or more years of service to the college. The event also honored those retiring from the college this year.
President John Hurley presented the awards to honorees. Bill Collins, vice president for institutional advancement; Peg McCarthy, vice president for academic affairs; and Marco Benedetti, vice president for business and finance, read the names and citations of the honorees.
The location of this year’s Celebration of Service was moved to the Grupp Fireside Lounge to offer a more casual setting for honorees and their guests, and included an open bar with a wine and cheese reception throughout. All attendees also received a complimentary wine glass, etched with the Canisius name.
Pictured (top): Celebrating 30 years of service: Judith R. Caserta, assistant athletic director, business operations; (bottom) Sababu C. Norris, director, ALANA Student Center and Ann Marie C. Lenhardt, PhD, professor, counseling & human services
Pictured (top): President Hurley recognizes Louis V. Cammarano, general worker, facilities management, for 40 years of service and (bottom) retiree Nicki M. Calabrese, PhD, associate professor, teacher education.
Pictured (top): Margaret C. McCarthy, PhD, vice president, academic affairs, applauds all the honorees while (bottom) Eileen Abbatoy, associate director, Griff Center, stands to be recognized for 15 years of service.
Pictured (top): JoAnn Feary, office manager, Controller’s Office, smiles as her citation for 20 years of service is read and (bottom) Mary C. O’Sullivan, PhD, professor, chemistry/biochemistry, accepts her award from President Hurley.
Pictured (top, l-r): Jamie M. O’Neil, associate professor, communication studies, chats with colleagues before being recognized for 15 years of service to Canisius. Meanwhile, Susan W. Margulis, PhD, chair/professor, ABEC and biology; Girish Shambu, PhD, associate professor, management; and (bottom) Cheryl A. Grinnen, business analyst, human resources, stand as their names are called to be recognized for 10, 30 and 25 years of service, respectively.
The Canisius College Board of Regents will host its 53rd annual Scholarship Ball on Saturday, May 4 at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo. Cocktails begin at 6:00 p.m.; dinner is at 8:00 p.m. The event is the principal fundraiser for the Canisius College Board of Regents Scholarship Fund, which provides financial support to students who might otherwise not be able to take advantage of a Canisius education.
This year’s Distinguished Citizen Award recipient is Hon. Anthony M. Masiello ’69, HON ’96, former mayor of Buffalo. Masiello is president of Masiello, Martucci, Calabrese and Associates, a public affairs lobbying firm in Buffalo.
Canisius College Board of Regents member Stephen M. Ulrich ’88 and his wife, Kellie M. Ulrich, are co-chairs of the 53rd annual Regents Ball, tickets for which are now on sale.
Entertainment will be provided by Party Squad. Proceeds will benefit the Canisius College Board of Regents Endowed Scholarship Fund. Semi-formal attire is requested. Valet parking will be available.
ArtsCanisius invites the campus community to its final Meet-the-Faculty recital for the academic year on Monday, April 22 at 12:00 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.
Ellen Barnum, professor of art history, will play the bassoon.
These recitals are hosted by ArtsCanisius and provide students, faculty and staff an engaging musical adventure. Details about this and other ArtsCanisius events can be seen here.
If you have any questions, contact the Fine Arts Department at Ext. 2536, Yvonne K. Widenor, visiting assistant professor and program director, art history; director, ArtsCanisius at Ext. 2531 or email@example.com.
Kittens have taken up residence in the Margaret L. Wendt Animal Behavior lab in Science Hall. The campus community is invited to view training and enrichment sessions through today, Monday, April 15 and from Monday, April 22 – Thursday, May 2.
K. Workman’s ABEC 220: Animal Learning class, in cooperation with the SPCA
Serving Erie County, will welcome five kittens for enrichment and training.
sessions include teaching the kittens to walk into a carrier on their own and
completing 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. Stress and anxiety attached to
catching and putting cats in a carrier are major reasons why cats are seen less
often by veterinarians.
these kittens, there will be no stress or anxiety, as they will choose to enter
the carrier by themselves.
kittens will be on campus until Thursday, May 2, and will then be available for
adoption. The days and times for enrichment are:
SESSIONS (one hour each unless otherwise noted)