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President Hurley Pledges Own Income For Poverty Program

Canisius leader one of twenty-eight higher education leaders in The Presidents’ Pledge Against Global Poverty initiative


Students Empower Small Biz in West Side Community

Canisius College Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) and Rich Products partnered to help launch a business in Buffalo's West Side.


Professor Takes Part in History Tuning Project

Julie Gibert, PhD, has been selected to participate in the American Historical Association (AHA) History Tuning Project.


econd Fulbright Scholarship Recipient Announced

Students Justyn Bellitto '12 and Kara George MSED '12 are recipients of prestigious J. William Fulbright Scholarships for 2012-2013.


Justyn Bellitto '12 Awarded Fulbright Scholarship

Canisius student Justyn Bellitto '12 will use his J. William Fulbright Scholarship to work as an English teaching assistant in Colombia.


The Penfolds Receive Distinguished Citizen Award

The Canisius Board of Regents will present Richard C. and Karen E. Penfold, with its Distinguished Citizen Achievement Award at its 46th annual Scholarship Ball.


Memorial Service For Kimberly A. Leavitt-Noble, PhD

Memorial Service For Kimberly A. Leavitt-Noble, PhD


Donald K. Boswell To Speak at Graduate Commencement

Pres. and CEO of the WNY Public Broadcasting Association, will speak during graduate commencement ceremonies on Wednesday, May 16.


Sister Peggy O'Neill To Address Class of 2012

Sister Peggy O'Neill, director of the Art Center for Peace in Suchitoto, El Salvador, will address the undergraduate Class of 2012 on Saturday, May 19.


Literary Magazine Quadrangle Turns 60

Literary and visual arts magazine, Quadrangle, will be unveiled on April 18. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the publication


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