News

NSF Grant Supports Wood's Study of Physics Phenomenon

Associate professor of physics will use grant to investigate how subatomic particles are created


Hurricane Katrina Survivor to Speak at Canisius

Robert Green, also known as the "rooftop rider," shares his personal story of survival and how his faith in God now enables him to use his experience to teach resilience and spread hope


Pope Francis and the Politics of Mercy

Editor-in-Chief of America magazine, Rev. Matt Malone, SJ, speaks at Canisius College


Zombie Invasion

Canisius Professor Examines the Evolution of Zombies in American Culture.


Author and Labor Historian to Speak at Canisius College

Steve Fraser, PhD, professor of economic history, will speak at Canisius College on Wednesday, October 21 at 7 p.m. in the Grupp Fireside Lounge.


Canisius to Host Syracuse University Professor as Part of Archives Speakers Series

Gladys I. McCormick, PhD, assistant professor at the Maxwell School of Public Affairs, Syracuse University, will speak at Canisius College as part of the fall 2015 Archives Speaker Series on Wednesday, October 21.


Pulitzer-Prize Winning Photographer to Speak at Canisius

Canisius College will host Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer José Galvez on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the Science Hall Commons.


Our Second Genome is Subject of Schreiner Distinguished Speaker Series

Robert J. Genco '60, DDS, PhD, discusses the human microbiome and its role in health and disease


MCNALLY DEBUTS SOME GIRLS, AWARD-WINNING FIRST BOOK OF POEMS

Janet McNally ’02, assistant professor of English and creative writing, has released her first book of poems, Some Girls. The book is inspired by the birth of McNally’s daughter.


Papal Visit Concludes

Members of the Canisius community celebrate the Pope’s historic visit to the United States


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