Alumni in the News

Read about fellow alumni who have made recent headlines

IAR Gives Hope to Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Comprehensive summerMAX program improves social skills and reduces autism symptoms.

Educating a New Generation About Conservation

Adrienne M. Bermingham ’11, MS ’14 empowers young people to intrinsically care about the welfare of animals and the environment through Roots & Shoots of the Jane Goodall Institute.

Location, Location, Location

It may be winter in Western New York but the city of Buffalo is in full bloom.    

Patrick is New Executive Director of the Center for Professional Development

Jennifer M. Patrick, MBA ’00 named as the new executive director of the Center for Professional Development (CPD).

New Center for Urban Education Created at Canisius

College partners with the National Urban Alliance to improve teaching and learning in urban school systems in Buffalo and across Western New York.

New Research Reveals Effective Treatment for High-Functioning Children with Autism

Results of a new clinical trial conducted by researchers at the Canisius Institute for Autism Research found a comprehensive summer treatment to be highly effective for high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorder.

Canisius Contingent Participates in Ignatian Family Teach-In

“The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice represents the future of our Church,” said Christopher Kerr, executive director of the Ignatian Solidarity Network. “Attendees, particularly young people, are inspired to respond to Pope Francis’s call as people of mercy, striving to build a more justice and sustainable world.”

International Cinema Excursion

Thirteen Canisius students and one alumnus had the unique opportunity to travel to New York City to hear Oscar-award winning Spanish film director Pedro Almodóvar speak at the Museum of Modern Art.

NSF Awards Canisius $1 Million

Grant will be used to provide scholarship support, new learning opportunities for students interested in STEM careers.