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February ArtsCanisius Programs

ArtsCanisius presents the two featured performances, which are free and open to the public


IAR offers Hope for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Summer Max Program addresses social skills, non-literal language skills, emotion recognition skills and interest expansion.


Canisius Celebrates Black History Month

Social activist and inspirational speaker, Jeff Johnson, empowers young people to achieve their personal best.


Forbidden Land: Canisius Students Explore the Contradictions of the Cuban Nation

Canisius students studied abroad in Cuba – something few Americans can do legally. They soaked up its culture, learned what revolution accomplished for the island nation and gained a better understanding of Cuba-US relations.


Field of Dreams

James Dobmeier '80 champions his home turf as a national player in a competitive industry. 

 


Brand New

Canisius calls attention to its unique educational experience with the launch of a new brand campaign. 


Explore Canisius

The classroom is just the beginning of the student journey at Canisius. Our students find their passions. They tackle real-world problems. They make a difference. Our students go forth and set the world on fire.


IAR Summer Max is Highly Effective

Clinical trials found IAR’s summer treatment program highly effective for children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders.


Mearns '92, MBA '02 to Coach Team Canada

Will guide Canadian lacrosse team at 2014 World Championship


Young Investigators

Canisius nurtures science minds-in-the-making courtesy of corporation and foundation support


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