A group of concerned alumni, faculty and staff have formed a group dedicated to working towards more transparency and better handling of layoffs from the administration:
Two faculty committees call for President Hurley’s resignation, Philosophy Department condemns layoffs
The Faculty Welfare Committee, the Department of Philosophy and the Canisius College Chapter of the…
For the second time in the past four and a half months, the MAAC and…
By Matt Duke Thursday afternoon, students, faculty, and others around the Canisius campus community gathered…
Canisius’ Board of Trustees is set to lay off 23 professors and 71 more administrative and support staff as part of wide-ranging reductions in spending.
The Canisius Athletic Department is facing a 19% budget cut related to school-wide spending reductions, Athletic Director Bill Maher said Thursday.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Canisius President John J. Hurley reflected on his upcoming 10th anniversary as president of the school, Canisius’ sesquicentennial, the changing world of upper education and more:
Professors at Canisius reflect on the ways in which online learning has changed teaching methods.
Little Theatre manages to stay active during quarantine by putting on a virtual play.
A Canisius College course taught by Cynthia Stewart reflects our modern-day situation.