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The Economics and Finance faculty used Zoom to re-create their daily lunch routine at the round table in OM-003. Dr. George Palumbo even had Bloomberg TV running in the background.

Submitted by: Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, assistant professor, Economics & Finance

Several members of the Canisius community signed onto Wednesday’s Solidarity on Tap series, which featured alumna Molly Burhans ’14.

Burhans is the founder and executive director of GoodLands, which is mobilizing the Catholic Church to leverage its landholdings for good. The goal, explained Burhans, is to have Catholic conservation and sustainability operate at the same scale as Catholic healthcare, aid and education, as the largest, non-governmental network of its kind globally.

Hosted by the Ignatian Solidarity Network, Solidarity on Tap is a virtual weekly gathering that includes powerful reflections from members of the network who are engaged in work for justice. If you missed Burhans’ presentation, you can view it by clicking the YouTube link above.

Submitted by: Sarah Signorino, director, Mission & Identity