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Canisius in the News

Aimee Larson, director of the Physician Assistant Studies program, served as a panelist in Business First’s recent roundtable discussion titled “The Future of Healthcare: Education.” Larson was one of three panelists from area institutions who addressed how colleges are educating students to practice in an ever-changing and ever-challenging field. Click here to read the story.

Submitted by: College Communications

Reminder Re: Early Closure Friday

Please note that the last Friday of early closure at 1:00 p.m. is this Friday, August 12. Please contact the Human Resources Department at Ext. 2240 with any questions.

Enjoy the rest of your summer!

Submitted by: Linda Walleshauser, associate vice President, Human Resources & Compliance

Employee Parking Tags

It’s time to register for your 2022-2023 employee parking tag. Your current tag expires on August 15, 2022. To register online for your parking tag simply go to myCanisius; login with username & password; click on Campus Services (left side), click Purchase Parking follow the prompts make sure to “submit”.

If you have any questions, please call JoAnn Feary, Controller’s office at Ext 8528.

Submitted by: JoAnn Feary, Controller’s Office

Canisius Students Awarded WNY Prosperity Fellowships

Eleven Canisius College students are recipients of a 2022-23 Western New York Prosperity Fellowship.  Generously supported by the Prentice Family Foundation, Western New York Prosperity Fellowships assist undergraduate and graduate students who have an entrepreneurial drive and want to make a difference in Western New York. The fellowship program identifies the most promising talent in Western New York and immerses them in a robust educational and professional development program with the goal of developing economic leaders within the community. In addition, the fellowship program combines financial assistance in the form of scholarships with paid, credit-bearing internships to assist fellows in acquiring both academic and practical experiences in their intended professions.

The Canisius recipients of the 2022-23 Western New York Prosperity Fellowships are:

  • Hayley Abrams ’24, management
  • Daniel Bowen ’24, finance / psychology
  • Adam De Arcos ’23, MS business analytics
  • Antonio Deemer ’23, animal behavior, ecology and conservation
  • Jay Henley ’23, accounting / accounting systems and analytics
  • Myles Hervey ’22, MBA accounting
  • Sameria Mbili ’23, international relations / political science
  • Nyles Moore ’24, MS education
  • Alex Sanker ’24, entrepreneurship
  • Mariana Silva ’23, international business / marketing
  • Britney Upshaw ’24, integrated marketing communications

Click here to learn more about the WNY Prosperity Fellowships.

Submitted by: College Communications

August Food Truck Schedule

Canisius’ summer food trucks will finalize its season at the end of August! Plan ahead by checking out the August schedule along with links to their menus:

Tuesday, August 16 – The Great Aussie Bite  – Lyons Hall Lot – 11am – 2pm

Thursday, August 18 – LuGia’s Ice Cream on Wheels – Bagen Lot  – 11am – 2pm

Tuesday, August 23 – Center Street Smokehouse (see menu below) – Lyons Lot  – 11am – 1pm

Wednesday, August 24 – Buffalo’s Best Grill & Catering – Bagen Lot – 11am – 2pm

Additionally, as dates and times are subject to change and additional food trucks added or canceled, please keep an eye on The Dome for food truck updates throughout this month.

We hope that you’ll enjoy the excellent food options heading your way this summer! If you have any questions, please contact Bethany Voorhees at Ext. 2100 or Lynn Incardona at Ext. 2246.

Center Street Smokehouse Food Truck Menu:

  • Pig Plate : garbage plate style with mac ‘n’ cheese, pulled pork, red slaw, cheddar jack cheese, bacon and spicy BBQ sauce $14.00
  • Brisket Sandwich: slow smoked beef brisket, chopped and topped with cheddar jack cheese: $13.00
  • Pulled Pork Sandwich: hickory smoked pork , topped with red slaw and pickle $12.00
  • Pulled Chicken Sandwich: grilled chiavetta’s chicken, topped with cheddar jack cheese $12.00
  • Smokehouse Burrito: pulled pork, dirty rice, cheese, sour cream and fresh garden cilantro salsa $12.00
  • Deluxe rice bowl: choice of chicken or pork with dirty rice , sour cream and fresh garden cilantro salsa $12.00
  • Bacon Mac ‘n’ Cheese: our in-house made macaroni and cheese topped with real bacon $6.00
  • Fresh Squeezed Lemonade 32 oz. $7.00
  • Soda/water $2.00
  • Chips $1.00

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