Assistant Professor of Economics Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, weighed in on the latest Buffalo News story about unemployment in Western New York, which dropped to its lowest point since May. Click here to read the article.
David Bellavia, host of the WBEN-AM Radio 930 program by the same name, interviewed Robert Klump about the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the fight to fill her seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. Klump is director of the Raichle Pre-Law Center at Canisius and an expert on U.S. Supreme Court history. Click here to listen to the entire interview.
Submitted by: College Communications
There are hundreds of Little Free Libraries in Buffalo, where children can borrow books. With so many children learning through virtual instruction, the WNY Teacher Residency Program
saw a need to fill Little Free Libraries across Buffalo in order to provide a variety of books to children.
Residents spent the evening sorting book bundles and devising a plan to distribute children’s books to different neighborhoods within the city and north of Buffalo. WNY teacher residents will continue to fill the Little Free Libraries.
Pictured (left to right): Joyce Fanning, Marshawn Goodrum, Charlene Zmuda, Josie Moskal and Ricardo Mendiola.
Photos courtesy of Marshawn Goodrum
Submitted by: Joyce Fanning, co-director, WNY Teacher Residency Program
Today in our wounded world, we are struggling to breathe. We have broken the balance between God, creation and humanity, and we are experiencing the consequences of that disharmony in our changing climate.
The General Curia in Rome will pray for our wounded land and for social justice in an upcoming global Ignatian prayer vigil titled “Breathing Together. All are invited to participate. The event will take place Saturday, September 26 at 8:00 p.m. EST. Join the event here. To learn more about the event, watch here.
Submitted by: Sarah Signorino, director, Office of Mission & Identity
The Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies launches its 2020-21 Brown Bag Seminar Series on Thursday, September 24 with an examination of classicism and race. Classical Studies and the Concept of Race in the United States of America will be delivered by Davide Salvo, PhD, of the Classics Department.
Salvo will examine the impact of classical texts on the development of modern theories of race and ethnicity that shaped U.S. policies on slavery during the 18th and 19th centuries. He will also look at how classical ideas and images are used today by white supremacist groups.
Join this lunch-time discussion from 11:50 a.m – 12:50 p.m. via ZOOM. Email the Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies at ICMS@canisius.edu for the ZOOM meeting passcodes.
Submitted by: Kristina Laun, social media & web administrator, ICM
On Saturday, September 19, the MMB Realty Group in partnership with Hamlin Park Taxpayers Association, Buffalo Go Green, and the Buffalo Center for Health Equity held a drive-thru food giveaway at Canisius. Hundreds of boxes containing produce, dairy, meat and dried goods were distributed.
Thank you very much for your contributions to the effort!
Submitted by: Mary R. Rockwell, PhD, director, The New Buffalo Institute