September 2007

Lavatelli's Work Featured in 'October Surprise' Exhibition

September 28, 2007 Faculty News

With the anniversary of last year’s October storm approaching, Mark Lavatelli, professor of humanities, has joined four other local artists in producing an exhibition of artwork to commemorate the trees of Buffalo. An opening reception will be held at the Allen Street Hardware Store Cafe, 245 Allen Street, Buffalo , on Friday, October 12, from [...]

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Borges Participates in Empire State Advantage Review

September 27, 2007 Faculty News

Dr. Luis Borges, assistant professor of business, conducted a site visit as a member of the Empire State Advantage Board of Reviewers in November 2006. Empire State Advantage is the nonprofit organization that judges and recommends the state of New York Quality Award for the applicants who satisfy some criteria based on the Malcolm Baldrige [...]

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Fronckowiak Develops Elephant's Pajamas for Online Videos

September 27, 2007 Faculty News

John Fronckowiak, clinical assistant professor in the computer information systems department, wrote an article for the AOL Developer’s Website. His piece, “Elephant’s Pajamas,” gave an overview of a Mac OS X Dashboard widget, powered by AOL Truveo, which provides access to funny joke videos. Truveo is a one-stop destination for searching video resources available all [...]

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Athletes of the Week – September 24, 2007

September 26, 2007 Campus Life

In a 2-0 week for the Mavericks, Shannon Radlich (Fr. – Clarence, NY/Women’s Soccer) recorded a goal and an assist. She currently has recorded at least 1 point in the last 5 consecutive matches. Eric Schnirel (Fr. – West Amherst, NY/Men’s Soccer) played outstanding on both sides of the ball and scored the team’s first [...]

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Wellness Center Opens at 117 Humboldt

September 25, 2007 Campus Life

The Counseling Center and Health Center have relocated from their previous home in the Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center to 117 Humboldt Parkway. Their new location will function as the campus Wellness Center, offering health and counseling services to Medaille students. The Wellness Center’s entrance is off Humboldt Parkway, and has a handicap-accessible walkway. In [...]

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Write Thing Reading Series Presents Anouar Majid

September 25, 2007 Campus Life

Anouar Majid, a professor and chair of English at the University of New England, will take part in the second installment of the Write Thing Reading Series on Thursday, October 11, 2007. He is a novelist who, according to Cornel West, is one of a few “towering Islamic intellectuals.” As a leading figure in examining [...]

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Thompson Joins Medaille's School of Education

September 20, 2007 Faculty News

James R. Thompson began teaching in Medaille’s Education department in 2007. He earned his M.S. at SUNY New Paltz, a C.A.S. at SUNY Oswego, and is permanently certified by New York for teaching elementary and secondary students, and as a school district administrator. Prior to coming to Medaille, Thompson was the principal of Wolcott St. [...]

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Ebling Errico Joins Medaille's School of Education

September 19, 2007 Faculty News

Sandra J. Ebling Errico has begun teaching as a visiting instructor in the Literacy program in the School of Education. She received her B.S. and M.S. in education from SUNY Fredonia, and her special education certification from Nazareth College in Rochester. Sandra is dually certified in reading and special education in grades preK-12. She has [...]

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Athletes of the Week – September 17, 2007

September 18, 2007 Campus Life

Kendell McFayden (So. – Williamsville, NY/Men’s Soccer) scored 3 goals and added 2 assists in a (2-0) week. In a win over D’Youville College, Kendell registered a hat trick. In a (3-0) week for the Lady Mavs, Danielle Radlich (So. – Clarence, NY/Women’s Soccer) led the way by scoring 8 goals and 2 assists for [...]

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Bosner Joins Medaille's Business Department

September 18, 2007 Faculty News

Kevin Bosner has begun teaching as a visiting assistant professor in Medaille’s Business Department. Prior to this, he held positions at St. John Fisher College, SUNY Geneseo, SUNY Brockport, and RIT. He has experience teaching courses in accounting, finance and management. Before he began his career in teaching, Bosner held management positions at such companies [...]

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