The First Time I Should Have Died

In his award-winning essay, Michael W. Shurgot ’65 ponders a particular mountain adventure that began with high hopes, nearly ended in disaster, and taught him the value of taking risks – regardless of one’s age 

New Concentrations Offered in Business and Science

New programs provide students with marketable knowledge and skills necessary to assume leadership roles in increasing areas of specialization

Young Alumni; High Earning Potential

Further proof that a Canisius education yields high returns

A Classic Educator & Scholar

Thomas M. Banchich, PhD, named the 2017 Kenneth L. Koessler Distinguished Faculty Award-winner

Mistaken Identification

Associate Professor of Psychology Charles A. Goodsell, PhD, investigates the fallibility of eyewitness identification

People, Planet and Profits

Canisius business students travel below the equator to study sustainability

The Contender

Wendy M. Casey MSEd ’14 fights her way onto the world stage

Oh, the Places They Go!

Canisius students substitute classroom learning for experiential opportunities that take them thousands of miles from 2001 Main Street