Canisius College

About Canisius College

Founded by the Jesuits in 1870, Canisius College is an independent, co-educational, medium-sized, institution of higher education conducted in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition. It offers undergraduate programs built upon a liberal arts core curriculum, leading to associate and baccalaureate degrees, plus graduate programs in business, education, and other professional fields, leading to the master's degree. Canisius espouses the ideal of academic excellence along with a sense of responsibility to use one's gifts for the service of others and the benefit of society. It seeks to promote the intellectual and ethical life of its students, helping to prepare them for productive careers as well as for meaningful personal lives and positive contributions to human progress. Its curricular and co-curricular programs are designed to educate the whole person through development of intellectual, moral, spiritual, and social qualities. It aims to promote the contemporary Jesuit mission of the service of faith and the promotion of justice. As a Catholic institution which welcomes all who share in its quest, Canisius will: foster an atmosphere of understanding and respect in dialog with other intellectual and spiritual traditions; teach the responsible use of human freedom in a value-oriented curriculum and co-curriculum which incorporate concern for spiritual and human factors as well as more pragmatic ones; continue the Jesuit principle of care for individual persons; emphasize excellence in teaching, marked by intellectual vigor, close student-faculty relations, and an expectation of active rather than passive learning. prepare students to assume positions of leadership in church and society; foster a sense of community among its students and staff through personal interaction marked by friendliness, respect, openness and integrity; take advantage of its location in a major urban center on an international border to serve the community and the world, and to play a significant role in fashioning the world of the 21st century by contributing its own special blend of academic excellence, personal concern, and an optimistic commitment to the future. Approved by the Canisius College Board of Trustees, May 3, 1993.

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  • Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

    • Buffalo, New York
    • Competitive salary to include and excellent benefit package.
    • Canisius College

    The ACS accredited Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Canisius College invites applications for a tenure-track faculty in Biochemistry.