President John J. Hurley was
published in the My View section of The Buffalo News on Monday,
June 10 with an article entitled “Lessons in compassion on trip to El
Salvador.”Click hereto read the
Hurley was quoted in an article published by The National Catholic Reporter on Thursday, June 6 about moving
forward with initiatives to solve the Catholic Church abuse crisis. Read the
full article here.
Steven Gattuso, professor
of finance and economics and executive director of the Golden Griffin Fund, contributed
his two cents on credit cards in a piece on wallethub.com. Read the full
The Cheesy Chick will be on campus today, Tuesday, June 11 in the Bagen Hall lot for lunch from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. The truck will serve a variety of mac and cheese along with grilled cheese. To add this event to your calendar, click here.
Center Street Smokehouse will be on campus tomorrow, Wednesday, June 12 in the Lyons Hall lot for lunch from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. The truck will serve Southern staples such as pulled pork, brisket and sweet potato fries. To add this event to your calendar, click here.
Please contact Mary Braun, assistant for human resources, at Ext. 2240 with any questions.
Submitted by: Mary Braun, assistant, Human Resources
If you missed the Corporate Challenge registration deadline but would still like to participate in cheering on the Canisius team, you can still sign up for dinner at the college’s hospitality tent. The tent will be open for employees beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 13. The entry fee for the tent is $6 and includes parking at Demerly Hall for participants. Refreshments will include various flatbreads, salads and cookies provided by Chartwells. To add the hospitality tent event to your calendar, click the “view details and reply” link below.
RSVP to Mary Braun, assistant for human resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at Ext. 2240. For all participants, make check payable to Canisius College. Send payments to Gary Lew, director of purchasing, attention: Facilities Management Office, Bagen Room 07.
Submitted by: Mary Braun, Assistant, Human Resources
Those who use Zoom for web conferencing, meetings and courses frequently make recordings of their online sessions. Canisius’ Zoom license includes plenty of room to house these recordings online but there is a limit to the total storage for all users. Periodically, the Zoom administrators at Canisius must delete old videos within the Zoom account. In most cases, videos still stored in Zoom accounts are no longer in use or haven’t been viewed anytime recently.
After Monday, July 1, videos stored within Zoom that were recorded before Tuesday, January 1, 2019 will be deleted.
If you have videos stored at Zoom that you continue to use in coursework or administrative work, please download and transfer them to your Canisius Google Drive by Monday, July 1.