Higher Education Reporter Dan Miner interviewed Canisius President John J. Hurley for a story in today’s Business First entitled “How Canisius College Finally Started Growing Again.” Click here to read the story.
Canisius College will celebrate the life of Rev. Paul J. Dugan ’45, SJ, during a memorial Mass on Saturday, June 8 at 4:00 p.m. in Christ the King Chapel. The beloved “Doogs” died on May 11 in Murray-Weigel Hall. He was 95.
The Mass for Father Dugan is appropriately timed to take place
during Alumni Weekend, in order to accommodate an outpouring from former
students who want to pay tribute to the longtime moderator of athletics.
Click here to add the memorial Mass to your calendar.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held for Father Dugan on Tuesday, May 14 at the Murray-Weigel Hall Chapel.
Donations in memory of Father Dugan can be made to the Rev. Paul J. Dugan, SJ, Scholarship Fund, Attn: Institutional Advancement, Canisius College, 2001 Main Street, Buffalo, NY, 14208 or by visiting www.canisius.edu/give-canisius.
With the development of the
Catholic Health System’s (CHS) partnership at Science Hall and increasing
activity on the main campus, some new parking regulations will go into effect
We are making great progress on
the renovations to Science Hall. Although we don’t expect the construction to
be complete until early August, CHS and their partners at Epic health systems
are planning to begin their work on campus in interim space available in
Science Hall, Old Main and Churchill Tower beginning on May 22. They are expected to have teams working on
campus between 7 AM and 7 PM.
I know parking has been a concern for some, but our studies demonstrate that we can comfortably accommodate CHS. Our agreement with CHS provides for 125 spots over the term of the lease. Fifty (50) of those spots have been made available on the second floor of the Science Hall Parking Ramp and seventy-five (75) in the Spillman Lot. All CHS parking spots have been identified and are distinguished by White Paint stripes versus the traditional yellow. They will also receive Canisius parking tags that identify them as CHS employees and authorize them to park in designated areas. This summer, the ramp will remain open to all to accommodate the additional activity on campus.
Finally, with the Institutional Advancement Division now housed in Martin Hall, we have many additional employees on the main campus and an increased number of guests and donors visiting Canisius. Therefore, the Main Eastwood (Bagen) Lot will no longer have relaxed parking rules during the summer. Only “A” permits are permitted to park in the Main Eastwood Lot. Please also remember that the Tower Lot is designated for visitors only throughout the year. As a courtesy to our guests, please observe these restrictions. Flexible parking is permitted in other employee parking lots effective May 20 through August 16, 2019.
Thank you for your support, and I appreciate your cooperation as we implement these changes.
Submitted by: Marco F. Benedetti, vice president, Business & Finance
Starting Tuesday, May 21, The Dome will publish every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the summer, until the first week of classes for the fall semester. At that time, The Dome will then return to Monday, Wednesday and Fridays.
The deadline for summer submissions is 2:00 p.m. on the Monday and Wednesday before publication.
Don’t forget to sign up for this year’s Corporate Challenge!
The 3.5 mile course begins and ends at Delaware Park and will take place on Thursday, June 13. All faculty and staff, whether they are racers, joggers or walkers, are invited to join the Canisius College Corporate Challenge Team. The race 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.
To register to run or walk on the Canisius team, clickhere. Those who do not want to walk or run in the race but would still like to come have refreshments and socialize are welcome! The hospitality tent entry fee is $6.00 and includes parking at Demerly Hall for Canisius College participants.
RSVP to Mary Braun, Human Resources Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at Ext. 2240. For all participants, make check payable to Canisius College. Send payments to Gary Lew, director of purchasing, attention: Facilities Management Office, Bagen Room 07.
Registration for the event ends on Tuesday, May 21 at 5:30 p.m. Click hereto view the flyer for further details. If you have any questions, contact Gary Lew at Ext. 2255 or Mary Braun at Ext. 2240.
Submitted by: Mary Braun, assistant, Human Resources
The Center for Online Learning & Innovation (COLI) will host an Online Faculty Development Course in early summer to help prepare faculty to teach online and hybrid classes. The course will run from Monday, May 27 – Saturday, June 29. The class is entirely online and simulates a real fully-online course so professors can learn to teach online while getting the online student experience.
Learn how to build engaging, rigorous online and hybrid courses that are powered by your teaching skills and enthusiasm. Discover how to sensibly incorporate interactive learning, social engagement and teaching presence in an online class space. After this mini-course, faculty will craft effective and engaging web-based courses that incorporate their personality and talents as a professor, and Canisius College’s special blend of Jesuit identity and pedagogy.
This course is available to all Canisius College faculty. Whether you plan to teach an online course in the future, aren’t yet sure you’ll teach online or would just like to know more about online courses and coursework, this is an excellent opportunity.
To enroll, contact email@example.com. View the COLI Calendar for times and locations of other faculty development events. And visit www.canisius.edu/teachonline to see various COLI resources for teaching and learning in online or hybrid courses.
Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, Center for Online Learning & Innovation