Daniel A. Dentino, PhD, vice president for student affairs and dean of students, begins his duties at Canisius tomorrow, Friday, May 31. As a strategic leader and integral member of the president’s senior leadership team, Dentino will advise college leadership on current developments in higher education as they specifically relate to student affairs.
Canisius’ annual food truck season begins in June! Click hereto view the full food truck schedule for the month, which includes visits twice a week from local food trucks.
All trucks serve lunch from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. If you would like to check out the trucks’ menus and plan your lunches in advance, the links are available below. Attached to each truck is an invitation that will allow you to add the event to your Outlook calendar via an RSVP link. Simply click “RSVP,” list your name and email address, and the option to add the event to your Outlook calendar will appear.
The Blend will come to campus on Monday, June 3 in the Bagen Hall lot. To add this event to your calendar, click here.
PLEASE NOTE: THE BLEND SERVES PROTEIN SHAKES AND GRANOLA BARS ONLY, NOT A FULL LUNCH.
Polish Villa will come to campus on Wednesday, June 5 in the Lyons Hall lot. To add this event to your calendar, click here.
The Cheesy Chick will come to campus on Tuesday, June 11 in the Bagen Hall lot. To add this event to your calendar, click here.
Research will be conducted by study
investigators Karl F. Kozlowski, PhD, associate professor of kinesiology and
the exercise physiologist directing the physical fitness portion of the
Jonathan D. Rodgers, PhD, assistant
professor of psychology; Jennifer Lodi-Smith,
PhD, associate professor of psychology; James P. Donnelly, PhD, professor of
counseling and human services; Christopher Lopata, PsyD; professor of teacher
education and co-director of the IAR; and Marcus Thomeer, PhD, associate
professor of teacher education and co-director of the IAR.
The community is encouraged to get involved
in this important research. You do NOT need a diagnosis of ASD to participate
in this study. We hope to include individuals with varying degrees of ASD
characteristics from minimal to high. We also welcome participation from adults
of all ages though we are particularly interested in understanding autism in
individuals age 65 and older.
To participate in this study please visit canisius.edu/iar_aging or call (716) 888-2513 to
request a paper copy of the survey.
Thomas Snodgrass, adjunct instructor for religious studies and theology, has authored a series of plays entitled “In Crazy Love: A One Act-Play Series” that will be produced in early June. This series of 10-minute plays pulls back the curtain on all kinds of relationships, while teaching a course in the absurdity of romantic love.
Performances will take place on Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June 8 at 7:30 p.m., and on Sunday, June 9 at 2:00 p.m. All shows will premiere at The American Repertory Theater of Western New York located at 545 Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo. Click herefor ticket information.
(Warning: some plays do contain minimal adult language and elements but are rated PG-13).
Submitted by: Rebecca Krawiec, professor and chair, Religious Studies and Theology
Canisius College announced that it is the recipient of a $10,000
grant from Honeywell Hometown Solutions, the company’s corporate citizenship
initiative. Representatives from Honeywell’s Buffalo Research Laboratory
presented the check to Mariusz Kozik, PhD, professor of chemistry and
biochemistry and coordinator of the Western New York Chemistry Olympiad, at a
gathering of Honeywell and Canisius College administrators on May 20, 2019.
The funds will be used to offset costs associated with students’
preparation and participation in the Western New York Chapter of the
International Chemistry Olympiad. The Chemistry Olympiad is a local, national
and international competition designed to stimulate and promote achievement in
high school chemistry. It is sponsored nationally by the American Chemical
Society and hosted locally by Canisius College.