News

Companion Animals Play a Role in Teleworking Experience

Research by Christy Hoffman, PhD, shows dogs make good officemates


AACSB Extends Canisius Business Accreditation

Richard J. Wehle School of Business receives extended accreditation from prestigious AACSB International


Canisius Commemorates Black History Month

Distinguished educator and author Catherine Collins, PhD, delivers virtual presentation


Women in the Workforce

The effects of gender on occupational self-efficacy, work engagement and career aspirations


Canisius President Wagers Friendly Bet with Rockhurst University

John Hurley heightens the excitement in advance of the AFC Championship game between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs


Navigating Your Future in Uncertain Times

Connecting with Canisius Webinar Series continues on January 28 with Women of Canisius Leadership Council


Events at the Nation's Capital

Canisius President John J. Hurley calls on campus community to rededicate itself to building "one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all"


Canisius Alumni Adopt Griffs

Overwhelming number of alumni educators send their support and words of encouragement to Canisius student-teachers


Majority of Dogs Have Bed Privileges

New Canisius study finds nearly 70 percent of owners cuddle with their canines in bed each night


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