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Update Your Email Signature

In advance of the fall 2022 academic year, the College Communications Department is asking faculty, staff and administrators to update their Outlook Email signatures, so as to create consistency in Email communications across campus and to external constituents.

Instructions on how to update your Email signature for MAC Outlook and Outlook for PCs can be found below or by visiting the Creative & Web Services page on the Canisius portal. Click here for more detailed instructions.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR OUTLOOK ON PC
(The following instructions are for the Outlook desktop version)

  1. Before beginning, be sure to sign into the Canisius Portal
  2. Download Canisius logo here [link to logo]
  3. Open Outlook
  4. Click on File > Options > Mail
  5. Open Signatures
  6. Click on existing signature to edit or add a new signature
  7. Click on Insert Picture icon to add logo
  8. Enter information (see below for appropriate font type and size)
  9. Save changes

FORMAT INFORMATION FOR OUTLOOK ON PCs

Name – 12 pt. Calibri Bold (or similar)
Title – 10 pt. Calibri Bold
Canisius College – 10 pt. Calibri
2001 Main Street – 10 pt. Calibri
Buffalo, NY 14208 – 10 pt. Calibri
P: 716.888.XXXX – 10 pt. Calibri
C: 716.XXX.XXXX – 10 pt. Calibri
name@canisius.edu – 10 pt. Calibri

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAC OUTLOOK
(The following instructions are for the Outlook desktop version)

  1. Before beginning, be sure you’re signed into the Canisius Portal
  2. Download Canisius logo here [link to logo]
  3. Open Outlook
  4. Open Preferences
  5. Open Signatures
  6. Click on existing signature to edit or add a new signature
  7. Go to > Format > Insert Logo at the top of the Signatures window
  8. Enter Information (see below for appropriate font type and size)
  9. Save changes

FORMAT INFORMATION FOR MAC OUTLOOK SIGNATURES

Name – 14 pt. Calibri Bold (or similar)
Title – 12 pt. Calibri Bold
Canisius College – 12 pt. Calibri
2001 Main Street – 12 pt. Calibri
Buffalo, NY 14208 – 12 pt. Calibri
P: 716.888.XXXX – 12 pt. Calibri
C: 716.XXX.XXXX – 12 pt. Calibri
name@canisius.edu – 12 pt. Calibri

Submitted by: College Communications

Remembering Richard Uschold ’53

A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered for Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Richard L. Uschold ’53, PhD, at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 6 in St. Christopher’s Church, located at 2660 Niagara Falls Blvd. in the Town of Tonawanda. Uschold passed away on March 27, 2022 at the age of 93.

He joined the Mathematics Department in 1956, and served as department chair for several years. Uschold earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Canisius in 1953, a master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Notre Dame in 1955, and a PhD in mathematics from the University at Buffalo in 1963.  He served on the President’s Advisory Council, Academic Council, and as vice chair of the Faculty Senate. Richard earned two Bene Merenti awards (1976, 1996) given for 20 years of service to the college. He was awarded emeritus status in 1999.

Devoted to his students, he shared his passion for mathematics in the classroom. A mentor, he was faculty advisor to the Math Club.  Highly respected by his mathematics peers, Richard was a member of the American Math Society, Math Association of America, National Council of Teachers of Math, History of Science Society and Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society.

Submitted by: College Communications

Canisius in the News

Business First’s Lian Bunny reported on two of the college’s most popular advanced degree programs in the School of Education and Human Services, for a July 21 story. Bunny interviewed Lorrei DiCamillo, associate dean of the education school, about the Western New York Teacher Residency Program, which DiCamillo co-directs. Bunny also spoke with Meg Keller-Cogan, the program director for the college’s Educational Leadership and Administration Program. Click here to read the story.

Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, was interviewed twice in the past week by The Buffalo News. Reporter Jonathan Epstein spoke with the associate professor of economics and finance about the approval for an Amazon warehouse in the Town of Niagara. Click here to read the story.

Golebiewski also spoke with Reporter David Robinson for a story that examined why consumers hold the key to Buffalo Niagara’s economy, as hiring slows and prices soar. Click here to read the story.

Submitted by: College Communications

Denise Rotondo Among Power 200 Women

Kudos to Denise Rotondo, PhD, dean of the Richard J. Wehle School of Business, for earning a place on Business First’s list of “Power 200 Women.” The annual ranking identifies the region’s top female professionals who are helping to shape Western New York’s future, “day in and day out.”

This is the third time Rotondo has appeared on the “Power 200 Women” list.

Submitted by: College Communications

In Memoriam

Canisius College lost a dear colleague on July 18 when Professor Emeritus James J. McGoldrick, PhD, passed away.  He was 89. 

James spent nearly four decades at Canisius, teaching Russian (up until 1970) and German language, culture and literature.  He achieved emeritus status in 2001. 

James is best remembered for fostering German-American relations through his exemplary involvement and inspiration in the twinning of Buffalo and Dortmund in 1977.  He introduced an exchange agreement between Canisius College and the University of Dortmund in 1980 and soon after, secured internship opportunities for our German majors in Dortmund. Innumerable German and American students, from both cities, took advantage of this unique opportunity.  

For his efforts in advancing the friendship between Germany and the United States, James received the “German Federal Service Cross on a Sash” (“Bundesverdienstkreuz am Band”) in 1987.  It was conferred upon him by Germany’s then-president, Dr. Richard von Weizsäcker. 

James McGoldrick is survived by his wife, Rita, and six children.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. today, Wednesday, July 27, at St. Mark’s Church located at 401 Woodward Avenue. 

Requiescat in pace.

Submitted by: College Communications