The campus community is invited to watch The Dome for special “Trivia Tuesdays,” which will be published in every Tuesday edition throughout the summer. The first person to respond to email@example.com with the correct answer will win Canisius “swag.” Additionally, once a month on Tuesdays, there will be a special giveaway in which the winner will receive some of the newly designed Canisius Sesquicentennial gear.
Winners will be announced the following Tuesday of each week along with the correct trivia answer.
This week’s special giveaway question is: Which sport did Canisius add to its NCAA Division I women’s offerings in fall 2011:
Congratulations to Sarah Signorino, director of Mission & Identity. Sarah was the winner of last week’s Trivia Tuesday contest! We’ll have some Canisius swag waiting for her when the campus returns to normal operations. Thanks for playing!
Last week’s Trivia Tuesday question was: Which Canisius College president had the longest tenure in the position:
a. Rev. Vincent M. Cooke HON ’10, SJ
b. Rev. James McGinley HON ’60, SJ
c. Rev. James Demske ’47, HON ’76, SJ
d. Rev. Philip E. Dobson, SJ
The correct answer was: (c) Rev. James Demske ’47, HON ’76, SJ, was the longest-tenured president at Canisius College. Appointed by the Board of Trustees in 1966, he served 27 years in the role.
The Buffalo News editorial board endorsed recent decisions by the Canisius College Board of Trustees and President John Hurley for “doing the difficult but necessary work of shaping the institution of the future.” The editorial appeared in the Saturday, July 25 edition of the paper. Click here to read the article.
After considerable commitment from the college and extensive alumni community, the Canisius College Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program received accreditation and program approval for the first cohort of students beginning in January 2021.
Prior to formal accreditation, the program was granted permission to accept applicants by the New York State Education Department, and has been actively reviewing applications. The PA program is part of the college’s increased focus on investing in emerging growth areas such as allied health and offering degrees that provide a pipeline to professional careers in high-demand areas.
The Center for Online Learning & Innovation welcomes new team member Tyler Kron-Piatek. Tyler brings extensive technology experience for teaching and learning, and is a long-time member of the Canisius community.
In 2017, he earned a bachelor’s degree in digital media arts at Canisius. He later completed his master’s degree at University at Buffalo. Tyler has taught and mentored students at Canisius for several years, most recently as a full-time faculty member in the Digital Media Arts Program during the 2019-20 year.
Tyler will assist Canisius faculty and students with web-enhanced teaching and learning, especially during the fall 2020 semester.