On behalf of the Canisius Earning Excellence Program (CEEP) Review and Recommendation Committee, Sarah R. Morris, PhD, associate vice president for academic affairs, announces the 2018-2019 CEEP students and their mentors. The Canisius Earning Excellence Program is an exciting learning and earning opportunity that pairs students with Canisius faculty or administrators for educationally-rewarding experiences. These positions of excellence are more intellectually demanding, more likely to create genuine learning for the student, more closely related to a career or scholarly field, and more directly related to faculty research than most work opportunities on campus.
Please click the link below to view the list of students and their mentors.
2018-2019 CEEP Awards Winners
Submitted by: Kathy Peter, executive associate, Academic Affairs
The All-College Honors Program will hold its Honors Thesis Defense Week from April 23 through April 27. All are welcome to attend this public event, which takes place every semester. Some of the thesis topics this semester are: an international comparison of zoos, physicians and nonverbal communication, genetically modified foods, the gun control debate, gut microbes, tax fraud, queer ecology and black womanhood in the popular media.
Click the link below to view the entire Thesis Defense Week schedule.
Honors Thesis Defense Week schedule (S2018)
Submitted by: Bruce Dierenfield, PhD, director, All-College Honors Program
What better way to start off SpringFest than by learning about what you can do to help conservation? Please join the students of BIO322: Conservation Biology on Thursday, May 3 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. in the Science Hall Atrium for their annual poster session. Learn about environmental issues facing everyone here in Western New York and what YOU can do to make a difference. There will be some interesting snacks (made with vegan honey) and opportunities to learn. So please join our students, then head over for SpringFest.
Submitted by: Sue Margulis, associate professor, PhD, Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation and Biology
The 2018 JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge is Thursday, June 14. All faculty and staff, whether they are racers, joggers or walkers, are invited to join the Canisius College Corporate Challenge Team.
The 3.5 mile course begins and ends at Delaware Park. Start time is 6:45 p.m. The Canisius College hospitality tent opens at 5:00 p.m. and Chartwells will provide refreshments before and after the race.
- Canisius employees – $20
- Non-employee/guest runners, joggers and walkers – $40
Entry fee includes:
- Official race registration, race bib number, JP Morgan Corporate Challenge shirt and goody bag
- Canisius College hospitality tent food and refreshments
- The first 30 people to register receive a custom Canisius College Corporate Challenge Team shirt.
- There is free parking at Demerly Hall (Main St. near Jewett Parkway) for Canisius College Corporate Challenge team members. The race at Delaware Park is a quick walk from Demerly Hall.
- Registration ends on May 15 at 5:30 p.m.
Join the party!
Don’t want to run or walk the 3.5 mile course? No problem! Join your co-workers at the Canisius College hospitality tent for food and refreshments
Hospitality tent entry fee is only $6.00 and includes parking at Demerly Hall for Canisius College participants
For more information, contact team captain Gary Lew at Ext. 2255 or email@example.com or Mary Braun Ext. 2240 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge Registration Instructions
- To register, go to “My Canisius,” “Need to know,” and select “2018 JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge Registration”
- Select the link for the JP Morgan Chase CC Home Page [Buffalo] http://www.jpmorganchasecc.com/companies.php?city_id=7
- Go to “Company Home Pages” and select “Canisius College”
- Click on “REGISTER FOR THIS COMPANY”
- Complete the online Buffalo Participant Entry Form; bold fields are required
- Please include the 716 area code for your business phone
- Select your shirt size
- Agree to Terms and Conditions
- Continue to “Payment Options,” select “Pay later,” “My payment is covered by the company captain”
- Check your information and click “Complete Registration”
- Make check payable to Canisius College. Send payment to Gary Lew, Facilities Management Office, Bagen Room 07
Please Note: Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable even in the case of event cancellation
Submitted by: Mary Braun, human resources assistant, Human Resources
The 11th annual Ignatian Scholarship Day is today, Wednesday, April 18. Presentations are underway and continue until 4:30 p.m.
The day includes poster, oral and multi-media presentations in various locations in Science Hall. There will also be performances in Christ the King Chapel, as well as two- and three-dimensional art showcased in both the Alumni Gallery and Science Hall Atrium.
You can view the Ignatian Scholarship Day schedule to plan your visit. This schedule is posted on the ISD portal page within the Academic Affairs community page in myCanisius.
We hope that you plan to attend this event and encourage your students to attend as well.
As a reminder, Monday/Wednesday/Friday classes do not meet today. Monday/Wednesday and Wednesday only classes do meet today.
Thank you for supporting our Canisius students and faculty mentors.
Submitted by: Connie Pileri, assistant dean of students/director, Office of Event Services