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TIAA July Consultations


Curtis Cluster, a financial consultant for TIAA, is scheduling appointments for individuals who want to discuss their TIAA accounts. Meetings will be held either by phone or virtually. Click here to see dates available for consultations and to schedule an appointment.

Attached is the PDF that includes the dates and further details.

Submitted by: Bethany J. Voorhees, executive associate to the president

Live Well, Work Well


Have you been wondering if you suffer from migraine headaches? 

This article, provided to you by Lawley Benefits Group, explains how to recognize types of migraines, as well as the causes and triggers for them. For medical help and advice, please contact your physician.

Submitted by: Bethany J. Voorhees, executive associate to the president

Summer 2021 Faculty Development Week

The Academic Affairs Office is organizing a Summer Faculty Development Week for August 16 – 20. These are based on our previous popular workshop weeks, except this time we’re hoping to have them on campus. Each session will be approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Save the date!

We already have plans for some great workshops and webinars that can help you get up to speed for your Fall 2021 courses. Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date on times, places, more workshops, and registration information.

Submitted by: Tyler Kron-Piatek, academic technologist/COLI

Campus Candids

Nearly 60 members of the Canisius community participated in the college’s inaugural Juneteenth Celebration on Friday, June 18. The day of education, solidarity and service was held in honor of the African-American community. The commemoration began around 9:00 a.m. with opening remarks and an overview of the history of Juneteenth. Faculty, staff and students then divided into groups and dispersed into the neighboring community to participate in various clean-up efforts. Afterwards, participants regrouped on campus to hear stories surrounding the history of Juneteenth and the struggle for freedom and liberation from members of Tradition Keepers: Black Storytellers of WNY.

The commemoration marked the start of an important tradition at Canisius, to inspire conversation and action in the college’s ongoing work towards anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion.

Submitted by: College Communications

President’s Office Hosts Appreciation Lunch

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The Fourth Annual Appreciation Lunch will be held on Wednesday, August 4 from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in the Economou Dining Hall.

Please RSVP here by Thursday, July 22nd.


Submitted by: Bethany Voorhees, executive associate, President’s Office