The campus community is invited to watch The Dome for special
“Trivia Wednesdays,” which will be published throughout the school year in every
Wednesday edition. The first person to respond to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the correct answer will win Canisius “swag.”
Additionally, once a month on Wednesdays, there will be a special giveaway
in which the winner will receive some of the newly-designed Canisius
Winners will be announced the following Wednesday of each week along with
the correct trivia answer.
This week’s giveaway question is:
Canisius played its first game in Memorial Auditorium on December 11, 1940. What national powerhouse team did the Griffins face?
Congratulations to Alan Weitzsacker, system administrator for ITS, who was last week’s Trivia Wednesday winner! Alan will receive some Canisius swag once the college returns to normal operations.
Last week’s Trivia Wednesday question was:
What is the meaning of the Latin phrase Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam?
The correct answer was: For the greater glory of God
Christy Hoffman, PhD, will be a featured guest on “The Roadhouse” radio program this Friday, April 24. The associate professor of ABEC will discuss COVID-19’s impact on human-dog relationships.
“The Roadhouse” is broadcast on WTIP North Shore Community Radio in northern Minnesota. Those interested can tune in live to listen. Hoffman is scheduled to be interviewed at 5:20 Central Time (so, 6:20 Eastern Time).
In our continuing efforts to keep members of our Canisius community apprised
of up-to-date information about our response to COVID-19 and changes to our
operation, President John Hurley and the divisional vice presidents will host a
virtual town hall for faculty and staff in the days ahead.
The town hall will focus on questions that you submit in advance. This will enable the senior leadership team to respond to your most pressing concerns about the college’s response to the COVID-19 health crisis and our efforts to continue delivering on the promise of our mission while keeping the entire community safe and healthy.You are invited to submit your questions and comments to the Senior Leadership Team by Thursday, April 23 byclicking hereor visiting:http://canisius.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8c8CglJ2f1rR1Gd.
Your submissions will be anonymous unless you choose to identify yourself.
The Town Hall will be recorded and made available on the MyCanisius portal.
Today is the day! Every April we host our annual
Giving Day – and the Canisius community gathers and pays it forward by
investing in the areas of campus that mean the most to them. Today, things are
a bit different.
In lieu of our traditional Giving Day, we are
launching a special campaign today for the entire Canisius family to rally
around. Gifts made today to the Emergency Relief Fund will help to address the most urgent needs of Canisius and our students
during this challenging time.
Gather with the Canisius family virtually and share words of inspiration or a thoughtful message for students. Pair your message with a photo in your Griffs gear, a throwback image, or video message. Just be sure to include #Griffs4Griffs!
Share this special campaign with alumni, friends and colleagues you think would be interested. You can use the social share buttons on the left-hand side of the campaign page – canisius.edu/relief-fund – to share to your personal social media.
We encourage you to watch this special video, which highlights how Canisius has instilled in its students – and all of us – the values of service and solidarity. This video is also on the college’s social media channels, so please consider sharing to your own social media platforms to help spread the word about this important initiative.
Please reach out to the Canisius Fund Office with any questions at email@example.com or Ext. 2712. We continue to be thinking of you all during this difficult time.
Submitted by: Summer Handzlik, director, Canisius Fund
Refugee clients of Sew REDI Buffalo are sewing non-medical-grade washable face masks, which they’re donating to Hospice.
Sew REDI Buffalo is a volunteer non-profit organization that teaches sewing skills to refugees. It was formed from a Canisius Enactus team project and is directed by Patricia Hutton, emerita professor of economics.
In addition to donating the masks to Hospice, Sew REDI is selling masks for $8.00 to individuals via the Buffalo Women’s Consortium (BWC). Click here if you’re interested in purchasing.
Sew REDI Buffalo is donating fabric and its sewers are working hard, and recruiting others, to try to meet demand.
Submitted by: Patricia Hutton, emerita professor, Economics