Vice President for Enrollment Management Danielle Ianni, PhD, spoke with The Buffalo News about the college’s decision to suspend the requirement that students submit SAT or ACT scores when applying for admission in fall 2021. The article can be read by clicking here.
The Buffalo News also interviewed Economics Professor Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, for a June 18 article about the Buffalo Niagara region’s private-sector jobs, which fell 21percent from a year ago in May. The full article can be read here.
And on June 19, Mary Owusu, assistant professor of marketing and director of the college’s Integrated Marketing Communications Center, spoke with Buffalo News Reporter Jason Wolf for a story about why the Buffalo Bills chose to publicly support ‘Black Lives Matter.’ The article can be read here.
The Wall Street Journal reached out to Political Science Professor Kevin Hardwick, PhD, for insight into New York’s Primary Day election and how it is unprecedented in several ways. Hardwick spoke specifically about the race to represent the 27th Congressional District. The seat has been vacant since Chris Collins pleaded guilty to insider-trading charges in November. Click here to read the story.
Hardwick also weighed in with WIVB-TV Channel 4 about today’s Primary Day race involving the special election in New York’s 27th Congressional District. Click here to watch the story, titled “Coronavirus and Two Elections: Experts Say Expect Confusion in the 27th.”
Clancy Seymour, EdD, spoke with a reporter from On Board and E: Erie 1 BOCES Journal about the new physical education standards for schools, which were recently adopted by New York State. Seymour is the director of physical and health education teacher education (P/HETE) at Canisius and was a member of the team that developed the new standards, which are intended to guide physical education teachers.
On Board is the online publication of the New York State School Boards Association. Click here to read the full article.
E: Erie 1 BOCES Journal is a printed publication of educational trends and programs affecting the local community. Click here to read its article on the new physical education standards.
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