The Buffalo News interviewed Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, for an October 20 story, titled “Buffalo Niagara Job Market Doesn’t Look Quite as Vulnerable.” In it, the associate professor of economics/finance shares insight about the modest gains in hiring by local employers. Click here to read the story.
Barbara Irwin, PhD, professor emerita of communications, is featured in the latest edition of Connections. The cover story for AJCU’s online magazine focuses on niche research on Jesuit campuses. In the story, Irwin reflects on her role as a communications professor at Canisius, as well as an audience researcher and author of books on the CBC daytime drama, The Young and the Restless. Click here to read the story.
Pictured are: Malini Suchak; Kristine Kasbohm; Rosanne Hartman; Barbara Irwin; Sarah Tulin; Steve Stoute;Marianne Djuth; Sara Morris
Faculty who received tenure, were promoted or received emeritus status were honored at a ceremony at the Andrew L. Bouwhuis, SJ, Library on Friday, October 20. Canisius President Steve K. Stoute delivered opening remarks and Vice President for Academic Affairs Sara Morris made closing remarks. A reception followed the ceremony.
Each faculty member was asked to select a book for the library collection and then to write a dedication about their choice. The honorees read their dedications during Friday’s ceremony. The books and dedications are currently on display on the main floor of the library.
Pictured are: Malini Suchak; Kristine Kasbohm; Rosanne Hartman; Barbara Irwin; Sarah Tulin; Steve Stoute; Marianne Djuth; Sara Morris
If you’ve noticed some new faces across campus, they’re likely one of the university’s six new faculty members. The group joined the Canisius community at the start of the fall semester and now that they’re acclimated to campus, we thought it an apt time to introduce each of them, individually, in upcoming issues of The Dome.
Today, we say “welcome” to: Kayla Zimmer, PhD / Program Director – Literacy
Dr. Kayla Zimmer started in June as the Director of the Graduate Literacy program and teaching faculty at the University. She is a literacy specialist who studies student questioning; the science of literacy, learning and teaching; student engagement; and policy in education. In addition to over 25 years in higher education, she has been a 6-1-1 teacher for students with profound autism, a seventh-grade teacher assistant on native Seneca land, and a National Park Service ranger; she can talk passionately about all these amazing experiences. In her free time, she is an avid hiker, a reluctant gardener, an enthusiastic listener to local bands, and an adventurous cook and eater. To learn more about Dr. Zimmer, please visit
U.S. Army Staff Sergeants Gamalier Arocho and Martin Guite presented a “Stop the Bleed Course” and additional First Aid techniques to students in KIN 170 Emergency Care. Students were instructed on wound management and closure techniques and applications of tourniquets. In addition, students learned about the healthcare profession opportunities in the U.S. Army.
Submitted by: Michael Dolan, professor, Kinesiology