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Campus Candids

Canisius students took center stage on Wednesday, April 17 for Ignatian Scholarship Day.

The annual event showcases the academic research and creative works of undergraduate and graduate students.

From exploring national threats to pioneering solutions in telemedicine for rural areas, their work reflects the university’s commitment to academic excellence and innovation.

Presentations were held within a conference environment similar to that of a learned society or organization, using the following forms of expression:

•    Poster displays
•    Paper presentations
•    Multi-media presentations
•    Artistic displays
•    Performances

Thank you to all the faculty, staff and administrators who helped make this day such a success for our students.

Submitted by: University Communications

Canisius in the News

WKBW-TV Channel 7 interviewed Liz Caffee, director of Academic Talent Search, about the program’s mentoring and support services made available to students in the Buffalo Public School district. Click here to read the story.

Submitted by: University Communications

Conservation Biology Poster Session

Ignatian Scholarship Day maybe over, but poster sessions aren’t!

Please join the students in Bio322, conservation biology, for their annual poster session on May 2, from 10:00 – 11:20 a.m. in  the Science Hall atrium. You are guaranteed to learn something new to help you make a difference for the environment.

Submitted by: Sue Margulis, professor, ABEC and Biology