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Canisius in the News

Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, associate professor of economics and finance, spoke with The Buffalo News on Friday, February 4 about the region’s population growth and employment concerns amidst the economic recovery.

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Submitted by: College Communications

Pedagogy Primer Podcast

In Episode 10 of the Pedagogy Primer Podcast, Professor Yvonne K. Widenor joins us to discuss students’ diverse ways of discovering and appreciating art, both in and outside the classroom, and connecting art to their day-to-day lived experiences. Along the way she provides some great tips on fostering student creativity and employing popular culture in course activities. She also discusses the benefits of campus-centered art promotion programs, both for the University and for its communities.

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Annual MLK Celebration


The Canisius College community is invited to attend the annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration on Wednesday, February 9 at 12:00 p.m. in the Regis Rooms. The event, titled “The Mis-Education of MLK: Beyond the Man Not Taught,” will be presented by keynote speaker Derrick Brooms, PhD.  Brooms is a professor of sociology and Africana Studies Fellow for the Study of Social Justice at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

To attend, please complete the registration form here. Registration is not required but is encouraged.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the ALANA Student Center at

Submitted by: Bennie D. Williams, Assistant Dean/Multicultural Student Center

WFDW Recordings Available

Thank you to all of the presenters at this year’s Winter Faculty Development Week (WFDW)!

The recordings for these amazing sessions are available by request only. Please Email either Dr. Mark Gallimore ( or Tyler Kron-Piatek ( for access to these videos and associated materials.

Sessions and Activities included:

  • Supporting Scholarship: A Panel Conversation
  • Session: The Engaged Scholarship Initiative
  • Session: Building Inclusivity: Awareness and Intention in Classroom and Community
  • Session: Autism Spectrum Disorder Awareness: Characteristics and Recommendations for the College Classroom
  • Panel Discussion: Grading for Equity
  • Session: Ignorance Is No Longer an Excuse: Understanding the Indigenous and American History You Were Never Told… On Purpose
  • Workspace: Crafting an Inclusive Syllabus
  • Session: Title IX/Clery/VAWA: “I Have So Many Questions”
  • Session: Resources for Teaching Information Literacy in the Disciplines
  • Session: Academic Integrity at Canisius: Past, Present, and Future
  • Session: Using Case Studies in the Classroom
  • Session: Stay Golden, Griffins: Supports for Student Success
  • FYE Session: Debriefing for FYE Faculty

For session descriptions, please click here.

Please contact session leaders for permission first before sharing materials with your class/colleagues.

2016 Course Content Will Be Removed From D2L

Since there is no possibility of recovery, please be certain you have exported and saved any of your 2016 course content that you wish to save by March 15, 2022.

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