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A Musical Feast


ArtsCanisius is pleased to host “A Musical Feast” and their performance entitled “Dance of the Spirit” on Saturday, October 29, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.

The ensemble will perform works by Duke Ellington, Claude Debussy, Philip Glass, Bill Strayhorn and premier “The Moon is an Address” (2022) with Tiffany Du Mouchelle, voice and Daniel Haskin, electronics, poet. George Caldwell, piano, Jonathan Golove, cello, and Wildy Zumwalt, saxophone will join Du Mouchelle and Haskin for a spectacular evening of music.

Tickets are $15 general admission, $7 for faculty and staff (of any educational institution!!), and $5 for students. You may purchase tickets online at or at the door.

Please contact Professor Yvonne Widenor, director of ArtsCanisius, to learn more about this concert and upcoming events at

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Submitted by: Yvonne K. Widenor, Assistant Professor and Program Director, Art History Program, MLLC Department, Director and Studio Art Galleries Director, ArtsCanisius

Web Resources for Graduate Students


Whether face-to-face or online, graduate students at Canisius make extensive use of internet tools and services.  Come learn about the core information technologies you will use at Canisius.  Begin the semester confident in your use of Canisius Gmail, D2L, the MyCanisius Portal, and other tools for your success!

Each of these sessions covers the same content.  The on-campus session features a light dinner for all attendees.  The online sessions are via Zoom web conferencing.  Choose the session that is most convenient for you.

Session for Spring 2022 Semester:

Online Sessions

RSVP for a Zoom link.

Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, December 15, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, January 10, 2023 at 6:00 p.m.

On Campus Session

Wednesday, January 4, 2023 at 6:00 p.m., Old Main 119

Please RSVP for the session you plan to attend. Before the event, you will receive a Google Calendar invite via email.


3D Printing for Academics


COLI’s 3D printers, Rigby and Mordecai, were hard at work 3D printing realistic turtle shells based on a local species for ABEC Professor Robin Foster, PhD, and students in the Herpetology Lab. These shells allowed students to learn all about the ways that wild turtles are measured in conservation studies. Students took measurements of the turtle shells using methods typically employed in field studies and learned how turtle shells can be marked for identification in the wild. Using 3D printed models gives students an opportunity to practice animal handling techniques in the classroom before going out to try it on the real thing – which is great for both the students and the animals!

Special thanks to Dr. Robin Foster: Student measuring small turtle shell

We can’t wait to see how else these turtle shells will be used! Thank you Dr. Foster for providing COLI an opportunity to print for your students!