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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


Economic Impact of an Outbreak

Faculty from Department of Economics & Finance become valued resource during pandemic


“BEHIND THE SCENES WITH THE GOLDEN GRIFFIN FUND” FOCUS OF LIVE WEBINAR AT CANISIUS

Get the inside scoop from the program advisors and the 2021 CFA research team


Wardell-Ghirarduzzi Presents Webinar "A Call to Conversion: Eliminating anti-Blackness as a Jesuit Catholic University"

Wardell-Ghirarduzzi will offer a redemptive framework for students, staff, and faculty to actively fight against anti-Blackness within Jesuit higher education


CANISIUS COLLEGE PRESENTS ITS 2021 BORDERS & MIGRATIONS EVENT SERIES

The virtual series aims to create awareness of the lives of immigrants and refugees around the globe


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


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