Well … this is it folks. The final week of Trivia, as the college prepares to conclude it’s one-year celebration of its Sesquicentennial. If you haven’t played yet, now is your last chance to test your Canisius knowledge and compete for some college swag.
This week’s giveaway question is: What year did Canisius open its doors to women in all academic day divisions?
Congratulations to last week’s Trivia winner, Shannon R. Jemiolo, PhD, assistant professor of accounting. Shannon will be receiving some Canisius swag on behalf of the College Communications team.
Last week’s Trivia question was: How many student clubs and organizations are currently offered at Canisius:
Canisius College and Well Now Urgent Care will offer on-campus Covid-19 testing every Wednesday throughout the month of September, beginning September 2, 2020. Testing will be done in Old Main Room 101 from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. Appointments are required.
To schedule your testing appointment, contact Student Health at 716-888-2656. Tests will be billed to your health insurance.
If you have questions regarding payment of Covid-19 testing, contact your health insurance plan member services. Please bring your insurance card, photo ID and face covering to your appointment.
Do not schedule an appointment for on-campus testing if you are currently experiencing signs or symptoms of COVID 19.
Submitted by: Patricia Creahan, APRN, BC director, Student Health
The Center for Online Learning & Innovation (COLI) has created tutorials and other resources to help faculty get the most out of internet tools for teaching. Here are some links to keep handy throughout the semester, as you teach your classes:
Students have their own set of D2L Self-Paced Training resources, available on the D2L My Home Screen. If you use Google Drive to share content with your students, you might add this tutorial to your course space, which shows them how to quickly log into their Canisius Google account: https://youtu.be/SsXjLwnkaKo.