January 2008

Athletics News – January 2008

January 31, 2008 Campus Life

News and updates on our winter sports teams from January 2008, including results from men’s basketball, women’s basketball, bowling and men’s volleyball games and tournaments.

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Academic Affairs Announces Department Chairs and Program Directors for Spring 2008 Semester

January 31, 2008 Academic Programs

The Office of Academic Affairs has announced the department chairs and program directors for the spring 2008 semester. Department Chairs Business: Patrick Johnson, Acting Chair Communication: Lisa Van Valkinburgh, Chair Elementary Education: Dr. Illana Lane, Chair Humanities: Dr. Mary Louise Hill, Acting Chair Interdisciplinary Studies, Dr. Norman Muir, Chair Management and Leadership (ALP): William Weeks, [...]

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Medaille College Reopens After Wednesday's Power Outage

January 31, 2008 Campus Announcements

Medaille College is open and holding classes as usual on Thursday, January 31, 2008. Classes scheduled for 85 Humboldt will be held in the Main Building 020 for Thursday, January 31.

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Windstorm Closes Main Campus, Evening Classes and Events at the Amherst Campus Canceled

January 30, 2008 Campus Announcements

The Main Campus is closed Wednesday, January 30 due to a power outage. At the Amherst Campus, all evening classes and activities are canceled. (11:34 a.m.)

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Athletes of the Week: January 28, 2008

January 28, 2008 Campus Life

In the program’s first ever tournament win at the Hawk Invitational (Utica, NY), Alyssa Neglia (Fr. – Lockport, NY/Women’s Bowling) won the Women’s Overall portion of the event and bowled a high game of 277. She was named the top pick in the All Tournament selections. Ryan Metz (So. – Cheektowaga, NY/Men’s Volleyball) had a [...]

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Fronckowiak Publishes Article at Amazon Web Services on Developing iPhone-Optimized Web Applications

January 28, 2008 Faculty News

John Fronckowiak, clinical assistant professor in the computer information systems department, wrote “Mobile Monitoring and Administration of Amazon Web Services: Developing an iPhone-Optimized Web Application” for the Amazon Web Services Developer Connection web site. Amazon.com offers a variety of web services, collectively called Amazon Web Services, or AWS. Using AWS, developers get direct access to [...]

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Riniolo Takes On Einstein, Global Warming and Santa Claus in When Good Thinking Goes Bad

January 23, 2008 Faculty News

Dr. Todd Riniolo’s new book, When Good Thinking Goes Bad: How Your Brain Can Have a Mind of Its Own (Prometheus, 2008), has been released. The book poses such questions as: In 1975 who warned us “the world as we know it will likely be ruined before the year 2000″? What role (if any) did [...]

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Irving Feldman, Poet and National Book Award Finalist, to Speak at Write Thing Reading Series

January 22, 2008 Campus Life

Irving Feldman will speak at Medaille College’s Write Thing Reading Series on Thursday, February 21 at 7 p.m. at the Library at Huber Hall.In a career spanning nearly half a century, Irving Feldman’s collections of poetry have included Beautiful False Things: Poems (Grove Press, 2000); All of Us Here (1986), a finalist for the National [...]

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Athletes of the Week: January 21, 2008

January 22, 2008 Campus Life

In a 2-0 week for the Lady Mavs, Amanda Walling (Sr. – South New Berlin, NY/Women’s Basketball) continued her stellar play as she averaged 11.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists. She hit on 4 of 6 three point attempts and shot 50% from the floor for the week. With a pair of 19 point [...]

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Bigelow Releases "What They Said . . ." on Webyarns

January 22, 2008 Faculty News

Dr. Alan Bigelow, professor in the humanities department, has released “What They Said…“, a multimedia story. Bigelow says, “This story is a departure from previous work in its design and visual effects.” Previous works include “When I Was President” and “I-Pledge.org” and can be found at webyarns.com.

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