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COVID-19's Impact on Human-Dog Relationships

Animal Behaviorist Christy Hoffman, PhD, shares how both humans and dogs have the potential to benefit from recent social restrictions


Canisius Donates Gloves to Catholic Health

Personal protective equipment will help protect healthcare workers and their patients


Sara R. Morris, PhD, Appointed VP for Academic Affairs

As chief academic officer, she is charged with leading the largest division of the college


Canisius to Offer New Master's Degree in Cybersecurity

Set to launch in fall 2020, the program will be Western New York’s only technology-based master’s-level cybersecurity program


CANISIUS COLLEGE ANNOUNCES 2020 DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. AWARD WINNERS

The MLK award is presented annually to a student and non-student who demonstrates the ideals of Dr. King


Niagara Falls, NY Resident to Receive Distinguished Faculty Award

The Canisius College Alumni Association will confer the Kenneth L. Koessler Distinguished Faculty Award upon Eric L. Gansworth


What Would Ignatius Say in These Challenging Times?

One of the most recognizable Jesuits in America, Rev. James Martin, SJ, pays a virtual visit to Canisius to discuss how Buffalo can find hope in the church, using Ignatian and Jesuit resources


East Amherst Residents Establish Scholarship at Canisius

Named in memory of daughter who lost life to opioid addiction


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