The Canisius College Pre-Medical Center partnered with the Erie Niagara Health Education Center to host a week-long Health Professions Summer Camp for middle school children. This is an effort to encourage Buffalo kids to persist in science and math during high school and beyond. Canisius faculty and several alumni in health professions helped introduce the kids to what it would be like to work as a physician assistant or in the fields of pharmacy, dentistry, neuroscience, animal behavior and more.
Submitted by: Allyson Backstrom, director, Canisius College Pre-Med Center
The Buffalo News editorial board gave kudos to The Movement to Restore Trust in its August 5 edition, crediting the group of local Catholic laity for its recently issued report of proposed reforms.
Canisius President John J. Hurley, who was instrumental in forming The Movement to Restore Trust, is referenced throughout the article talking about the importance of laity, religious and clergy working together to promote best practices in the management of the Catholic Church.
As a new academic year gets underway in a few weeks, so too will the college’s year-long celebration commemorating its Sesquicentennial. Already, the campus is showing signs – literally – of what the Canisius community can expect to see throughout the year.
Thanks to the talented work of the Marketing & Brand Engagement team, new Sesqui-themed banners and graphics now adorn campus buildings and areas up-and-down Main Street. Look for more to come on light posts across campus and inside Science Hall, in the coming days.
Registration for 2019-20 employee parking tags is now open. Current parking tags expire on Thursday, August 15, 2019. To purchase tags, go to myCanisius; login with your username and password; click on campus services (left side), click purchase parking – follow the prompts – make sure to “submit” or simply click on the link below.
Your Canisius username and password
If you are not paying via payroll deduction, your credit card or checking/savings account information for payment
Vehicle description (year, make, model, color)
Vehicle license plate number
You can pay via payroll deduction, credit or webcheck. Your tag will be sent to you once you’ve registered and paid via interoffice mail.
If you pay with cash, you must still register online but will need to pay at the Student Records and Financial Services Office located in Bagen Hall 106 where you will receive your tag.
If you have any questions, please call Shelly Baronich, accounting associate for the Controller’s Office, at Ext. 8529 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.