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art21: Borderlands Panel Discussion


The Canisius Borders and Migrations Initiative will host a virtual screening and panel discussion of the film documentary art21: Borderlands on Tuesday, March 9 at 7:00 p.m.Subscribers can view the film at any point prior to the talk via a link that will be emailed to you upon registration.

The curator talk will feature Andrea Alvarez, PhD, a curatorial assistant at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery as well as Claire Schneider, founder of C.S.1 Curatorial Projects.

To sign up to get access to the documentary and/or panel discussion, click here.

Click here for more information.

Submitted by: Amy Beiter, administrative associate, College of Arts & Sciences

Sip, Sip, Hooray! Today is Employee Appreciation Day!

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We’re a full year into dealing with Covid-19 and it’s clear how hard everyone has been working to do their best in the face of so many challenges and transitions. As a small token of appreciation, take a break and enjoy a cup of coffee or hot chocolate on President Hurley from the Tim Hortons on campus! We look forward to the days when we can all gather together again and celebrate as a community.

Faculty and staff should stop by the Human Resources Office in Old Main 100 or the President’s Office in Bagen 100 on any weekday between 8:30 – 4:30 p.m. to obtain a voucher for a medium-sized coffee or hot chocolate.  Vouchers are valid to use on either Friday, March 5 or Monday, March 8. 

If you have any questions, please contact Bethany Voorhees at 716-888-2100 or

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

Canisius Athletics Lands Free Delivery with goPuff!


Athleticss newest sponsor, goPuff, is waiving its $1.95 delivery fee for the Canisius campus community.

Employees can enjoy free delivery on all goPuff orders through the rest of the spring 2021 semester. With goPuff, you can get daily essentials like food and drinks, cleaning supplies, electronics, personal protective equipment and more delivered in just minutes. This exclusive offer waives goPuff’s $1.95 delivery fee on every order through June.

Click here to take advantage of this limited time offer! Once you sign up, add everything you need to your bag and use promo code canisius to waive the $1.95 delivery fee on every order through the rest of the semester.

Submitted by: Nick Wojcicki, senior marketing coordinator, Canisius College Athletics

The 2021 Go Move Challenge Results are In!

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Congratulations to Kathleen DeLaney, reference librarian and archivist, for winning the Canisius College 2021 Go Move Challenge, totaling 2,475 minutes during the month of February!

Although Canisius did not take home the gold, we collectively moved a total of 14,403 minutes, and our average number of minutes per participant was 900 minutes for the month of February. Thank you to all who participated in this challenge!

Faculty and staff from 23 AJCU institutions committed their February to tracking every minute of their physical activity for the past 28 days, and the collective numbers are impressive:

  • Participating AJCU institutions: 23
  • Total Participants: 2620
  • Total Minutes of Movement: 2,576,433
  • Avg. Monthly Minutes Per Person: 983
  • Avg. Daily Minutes Per Person: 35*

*American Heart Association recommends 30 minutes a day, five times a week

Sending a special shout-out to the following Jesuit Institution Winners:

  • Santa Clara University for earning the most minutes as well as averaging the most number of minutes per person.
    • East Coast – Boston College
    • Mid-West – University of Detroit Mercy
    • West Coast – Santa Clara University
    • South – Xavier University

The Go Move Challenge may be over, but your fitness journey is not. As a bonus, for the month of March, Healthbreak’s hbFIT fitness channel has decided to extend their FREE virtual classes through March 31! To register, click here and access their live class schedule here.

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

Wiki Updates

A few updates concerning the Canisius College wiki:

  • After March 1, 2021, the gray lefthand sidebar will be minimized by default. Although still available, it will not automatically appear to users on desktop or laptop computers. While the sidebar appears to provide a navigation menu, it does not always do this in the most efficient way.  More importantly, the sidebar does not appear on mobile devices so it should not be relied upon to assist users in navigating wiki pages and spaces.  You can provide much better navigation within your own pages, using tools outlined here.
  • Revisit your wiki pages and update the materials there. This includes files attached to pages. If your pages are available to anyone, so is any out-of-date information posted there or in attached files, even if they are not linked on visible pages.
  • As part of an effort to assist offices and departments across the college, the Center for Online Learning and Innovation has updated and augmented our guide to using the Canisius College Wiki. The guide provides information on how to improve wiki pages, as well as some time-saving tools and tips. Access the guide here.

If you don’t have a wiki page yet, you can request that COLI create you a page. Follow the guide and add content, create subsequent pages and manage access.

With the overwhelming volume of Emails crowding into faculty, staff and student inboxes, information distributed solely through Email will likely get buried and users will later struggle to find it. Trying to distribute important information by email could be problematic. Consider including it in the wiki where users can continually refer back to it. Save time and Email links to wiki pages that users can bookmark in browsers.

Email for any questions concerning the wiki.

Submitted by: Tyler Kron-Piatek, academic technologist, COLI