Assistant Professor of Economics Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, spoke with Buffalo News Reporter David Robinson this weekend for a story titled “Deluge of Job Losses is Letting Up but Economic Devastation Mounts.” Click here to read the story.
Associate Professor of ABEC Christy Hoffman, PhD, was the featured guest on “The Roadhouse,” a radio program broadcast on WTIP North Shore Community Radio in northern Minnesota. Hoffman spoke about staying at home is changing the human-dog relationship. Click hereto listen to the interview.
Freshman pre-med Student, Josef Iqbal, wants to make a difference.
“With the coronavirus (COVID-19) currently affecting nearly every country throughout the world and a confirmed case count well into the millions, it has proven itself to be one of the biggest challenges this generation has had to face,” said Iqbal.
Western New York has been no exception to these troubling times, and in an effort to help the countless people struggling in our local community during this pandemic, he has decided to launch a COVID-19 shirt fundraiser.
Graduate students in the sport administration put together this short video to send best wishes to their Canisius classmates and the campus community, during this challenging time. The students in the video represent four countries: Mexico, Germany, Canada and the United States (from both the East and West coasts).
Submitted by: Shawn O’Rourke, PhD, director, Sport Administration
Learning from community partners is continuing at Canisius.
Erin Van Lente from People Against Trafficking Humans (P.A.T.H. Buffalo) visited our virtual sociology classes on April 22 and shared the facts and personal stories about human trafficking. Students learned about new forms of slavery and forced labor, as well as ways to identify red flags that can signal victims or perpetrators. P.A.T.H. offers free lectures, volunteering and internship opportunities to Canisius students.
Submitted by: Secil Ertorer, PhD, assistant professor, Sociology, Environmental Sciences and Criminal Justice