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For Safety's Sake

Study by Psychology Professor Timothy J. Servoss reveals the unintended consequences of school security measures


“Canisius College’s New PA Program: The Inside Scoop with Director Aimee Larson” is Focus of Live Webinar at Canisius College

The physician assistant studies program at the college received accreditation and program approval for the first cohort of students to begin in January 2021.


“Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?” A Conversation About MLK’s Vision for America

Join Canisius College and Juneteenth Inc. for a series of discussions about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s book.


Canisius College Unveils New Fitness Center for Students

The new Penfold-Gareis Fitness Center features an array of cardio machines, areas for weightlifting and CrossFit training, as well as studio space for classes.


Eric Gansworth’s Newest Book, Apple: Skin to the Core, Selected to National Book Award Longlist

In his book, Gansworth reflects on his life growing up in an Onondaga family but living among the Tuscaroras and Native people in the U.S.


“Navigating Academics and Students through a Pandemic" is Focus of Live Webinar at Canisius College

The Office of Alumni Engagement at Canisius College will host the first in a series of live webinars.


Clinical Trial Finds an Innovative Outpatient Treatment Highly Effective for Children with Autism

Researchers at the Institute for Autism Research (IAR) at Canisius College just published results of a 4-year clinical trial.


Recollections of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Visit to Canisius

U.S. Supreme Court Justice delivered the seventh annual Frank G. Raichle Law Lecture in American Society.


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