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Canisius in the News

Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, associate professor of economics and finance, spoke with The Buffalo News on Thursday, December 16, about the current state of the economy. She wants to say the area has turned a corner but is hesitant to do so, due to the new Omicron variant.

To read more on The Buffalo News click here.

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Share your Holiday Traditions

As the holiday season approaches, the College Communications team invites you to share your Christmas traditions with the Canisius community. Simply Email us a sentence or two about a ‘few of your favorite things.’ We’ll share your traditions in our December 22 edition of The Dome and spread that holiday spirit on the college’s social media channels, as well.

To be featured, Email your Christmas tradition along with a photo of yourself to Johnson Ly, college communications graduate assistant, at ly1@canisius.edu.

We can’t wait to hear your holiday stories!

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Canisius in the News

Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, associate professor of economics and finance, spoke with The Buffalo News on Sunday, December 5, about the local labor shortage.  Golebiewski sees it as a lasting trend ,as people are rushing into retirement and causing the local labor pool to shrink. 

To read more click here.

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Canisius in the News

Sara Morris, PhD, vice president for academic affairs, was interviewed by Business First in a story about giving employers advice on hiring new employees. To read more click here.

Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, associate professor of economics and finance, spoke with The Buffalo News about how the economy may struggle amidst the recent Covid spikes.  To read more click here.

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Canisius Commits to the Laudato Si’ Action Platform

Canisius College became one of the first universities in the United States to commit to the Laudato Si’ Action Platform, inspired by Pope Francis’ 2015 ecological encyclical, “Laudato Si’: On Care for our Common Home.” 

The Laudato Si’ Action Platform is a Vatican-led initiative, in collaboration with several partners, to empower the universal Church to achieve total sustainability in the holistic spirit of integral ecology.  The goal is to have various partners with the Church agree to a seven-year journey toward sustainability.

The Vatican’s Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development launched the enrollment phase of the Platform on Sunday, November 14, 2021, the Global Day of Prayer for the Poor. This day is a deeply meaningful symbol of the Platform’s commitment to serving those who are most vulnerable to the consequences of our socio-ecological crisis.

To learn more about Laudato Si’ and Canisius’ involvement in it, click here.

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