Sunday, September 13, 2009

Canisius College Is Poised To Have Its First Lay President.

Three finalists — none of them clergy — have been selected by the school’s search committee as candidates to replace Canisius College President Rev. Vincent M. Cooke, who will retire from the Catholic college after this academic year. The college is already well acquainted with one of the finalists: John J. Hurley, who is a member of Cooke’s cabinet, serving as executive vice president and vice president for college relations at Canisius. The two others are Steven R. Di- Salvo, who has a background in academia and philanthropic advisement, and Guiyou Huang, dean of Biscayne College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at St. Thomas University, a private Catholic college in Miami Gardens, Fla.

The three were narrowed from a field of 55 prospects, Canisius officials said Thursday.

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