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David Shribman, of The Globe and Mail, interviewed Canisius President Steve Stoute about the January 2 resignation of Harvard President Claudine Gay. Stoute weighed in on the challenges of being a university president in the 21st century. Click here to read the story.

The Buffalo News reported on Canisius being awarded a two-year, $184,000 grant from the Buffalo Urban Teaching Fellows (BUTF) The funding supports students who participate in the BUTF program and are enrolled in the Canisius University Teacher Residency (formerly the Western New York Teacher Residency), pursuing degrees in childhood education, special education and TESOL education, and who commit to teaching in the city of Buffalo.

Associate Director of Financial Aid and Enrollment James Nowak was a live guest on WGRZ-TV Channel 2’s “Midday,” on Friday, January 5. Nowak discussed the soft launch of the new FAFSA program, some of the changes that come along with it, and promoted Canisius University as being a resource for students and families as they navigate the process. Click here to watch the interview.

Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, weighed in with The Buffalo News for a story about the local labor force. In the article, titled “More Workers are Working, Why Are They Still So Hard to Find,” the associate professor of economics and finance explains why a growing labor pool doesn’t necessarily equate to workers being plentiful.

Professor of Criminal Justice Anita Butera, PhD, is quoted in a December 22, 2023 article in Fast Company on the powerful role offices – and specifically office space – play in making the work environment more inclusive. Click here to read the story.

Submitted by: University Communications