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Therapeutic Interventions for Refugees

Join us for our 3rd AAPI Borders & Migrations Event. This is a two-part event featuring the film “Island of the Hungry Ghosts” (available to stream via codes in flyer) about therapeutic interventions for detained refugees on Australia’s Christmas Island set against the backdrop of red crab migration.

Then join us for a conversation with the therapist featured in the film,  Poh Lin Lee (which will again be an in person and live streaming event).

Submitted by: Dr. Richard D. Reitsma, chair, associate professor of Spanish, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, & Cultures

Keep an Eye on Your Vision Health

This short read, above, provided by Lawley Insurance Group, serves as an important reminder to make sure you are maintaining good vision health for both you and your family. Take some time to read through the general guidelines on eye exam frequency based on your age and vision needs to find out what’s best for you.

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

TIAA Virtual Counseling Sessions

Curtis Cluster, a financial consultant for TIAA, is scheduling appointments on April 7, May 10 and June 7 to discuss TIAA accounts one-on-one.  Register today for a session at or by calling 800-732-8353, weekdays 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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

TIAA April Webinars

Get your finances in check with the help of webinars offered by TIAA for the month of April.

Take a look at the list for days, times and how to register to attend.

Click here to get started!

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

3D Printing: An Introduction for Canisius College

You have probably heard something or another about 3D Printing, a relatively new manufacturing technique that can be done without major cost or resources. 3D printing is a fast-growing method for producing small batches of sophisticated products using digital drawings.

It’s great for making items that aren’t cheaply or readily available for purchase. There are several 3D Printers on the Canisius campus now, and these can produce physical items necessary or helpful for teaching and learning, research, maintenance, and a variety of other purposes.

Canisius COLI invites all faculty, students and staff to join us on April 12th at noon in Old Main 119, to learn the basics of 3D Printing:

  • How do different 3D printers work?
  • How might I use 3D printing to do things in my work, department, or office?
  • How can one get started in 3D printing?

Whether you might be interested in doing some 3D printing, or just want to learn about the process to keep informed, this is a great opportunity. We’ll buy lunch!

Please RSVP so we have a head-count for food and drink.