The Canisius women’s volleyball team will compete in a pair of games this weekend at the Koessler Athletic Center. Canisius hosts Manhattan College tomorrow, October 26 at 1:00 p.m. Click here to add this event to your calendar. The Griffs host Iona College on Sunday, October 27 at 1:00 p.m. Click here to add this event to your calendar. The Griffs are in a four-way battle for second place in the conference. Manhattan and Iona sit near the bottom of the league standings.
The men’s soccer team plays its second last home game of the season tomorrow, October 26 at 7:00 p.m. at the Demske Sports Complex against Manhattan College. Click here to add this event to your calendar.
For information on all Canisius athletic events, visit www.GoGriffs.com.
Submitted by: John Maddock, Athletics
The Canisius men’s hockey team begins its home portion of competition on Sunday, October 27 at 3:00 p.m. against the U.S. National Development U-18 team at the LECOM Harborcenter.
This is the same team that has sent players like Jack Eichel, Patrick Kane and Jack Hughes to the NHL. Several members of this year’s team are projected to be high draft picks in the next NHL draft. The U.S. team will be playing Cornell tomorrow, Saturday, October 26 before traveling to Buffalo to meet the Griffs on Sunday.
For more information, visit www.GoGriffs.com. For discounted faculty-staff tickets, call (716) 888-8499.
Submitted by: John Maddock, Athletics
The Western Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (APHERD) and the Physical and Health Education Teacher Education (P/HETE) program at Canisius College hosted Darryl Daily, associate of instructional services for physical education in the New York State Education Department (NYSED), on Monday, October 21 and Tuesday, October 22.
Daily, along with Clancy Seymour ’97, MS, ’99, EdD, assistant professor of kinesiology, co-presented to more than 60 physical and health educators on a new version of the New York State physical education learning standards available for public comment this fall. Daily and Seymour have served on the taskforce to revise these standards. Daily also visited P/HETE candidates in class to discuss the profession. The event was well received and continues to highlight the merits of the P/HETE program at the college.
Submitted by: Clancy Seymour, EdD, assistant professor/director, Physical and Health Education/Teacher Education (P/HETE)
The Counseling and Human Services Department would like to extend a warm invite to all those interested in attending its upcoming counseling seminar entitled “Life, Love and Loss: The New Normal.” The seminar will take place on Saturday, November 2 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in Grupp Fireside Lounge.
A free breakfast will be provided during registration. The cost is $25 for students (with a valid student ID) and $45 for professionals.
You may register and pay for the workshop by clicking on the link here. If you would like to pay by check or cash, you may fill out the registration form here and submit your payment to Rosemary Evans, administrative associate for counseling and human services, located in Churchill Academic Tower 802.
The deadline to register is today, Friday, October 25 (by midnight). Late registrations will NOT be accepted so please remain mindful of the noted deadline date.
On behalf of Holly D’Angelis, PhD, chair and associate professor for counseling and human services, the department asks that you share this information about our fall seminar to your fellow colleagues and peers.
This seminar does NOT qualify for the Mandatory Continuing Education requirements for licensed mental health counselors in NYS nor does it qualify for NCC clock hours.
If you have any questions, contact Rosemary Evans, administrative associate for counseling and human services, at Ext. 3928 or email@example.com or Holly D’Angelis, PhD, chair and associate professor for counseling and human services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Submitted by: Maynor Williamson, graduate assistant, Counseling and Human Services
Nominate a co-worker for a job well done by completing the Employee of Distinction nomination form. The Employee of Distinction program provides an excellent opportunity to show appreciation and support for co-workers and to reward them for all that they do. Click here to complete the nomination form. The application will request an explanation as to why a candidate is worthy of the award. A list of factors to consider when submitting a nomination include: the nominee’s history of accomplishments, level of determination, motivation and interpersonal skills.
Each month, upon supervisor approval, the Employee Engagement Team reviews all nominations. The information provided in the application will be used to make a fair and objective selection. Once a decision is made, the Employee of Distinction will be featured in The Dome each month.
Contact the Human Resources Department at Ext. 2240 with any questions.
Submitted by: Bethany Voorhees, assistant, Human Resources