Reading Between the Lines

Philip Reed, PhD, examines why so few children's books are set in the suburbs

For Safety's Sake

Timothy J. Servoss, PhD, shares his research on school security measures with the U.S. Department of Justice

Bailey Brings Legacy of African-American Poet to Life

Grant enables him to develop immersive website focused on Lucy Terry Prince

Chapter & Verse

The latest books penned by Canisius professors

Ignatian Medal Conferred Upon Mark Harrington

Recognized for significant accomplishments in student affairs profession

Pups Prove to be Lifesavers During Lockdown

New research by Christy Hoffman, PhD, finds our four-legged friends played an important role in our physical and mental health throughout pandemic

Big Sports No Longer Big Man on Campus

Covid-19 results in whole new ballgame for intercollegiate athletics

Postive Results from IAR's Latest Autism Treatment Program

Children who participated in MAXout demonstrated significant improvements in their social and cognitive skills, and ASD symptoms

New Book by Gansworth Tackles Racial Stereotypes

Apple reflects author's life growing up in an Onondaga family but living among the Tuscaroras and Native people in U.S.

Disability Rights is Focus of Dierenfield's New Book

Publication examines the complex history and jurisprudence of disability accommodation and educational mainstreaming