February 2008

Athletics News – February 2008

February 29, 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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Raphael '85 Promoted to VP of Corporate Communication at Greater Media

February 28, 2008 Campus Life

Heidi Raphael ’85 MC has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Corporate Communication at Greater Media, Inc., a communication company with radio broadcasting, newspaper and telecommunications interests. She has worked for Greater Media since 1996, beginning as Marketing Director of WRIF-FM in Detroit, Michigan, and rising through the ranks as Director of [...]

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Medaille Collects 180 Gallons of Paint for Buffalo ReUse

February 28, 2008 Campus Life

Medaille College delivered over 180 gallons of paint to Buffalo ReUse on Saturday, February 23 after a week-long paint drive on campus. Tom Matheny, of the campus enhancement office, and his son, Jake, took the lead on collecting and delivering the paint to Buffalo ReUse. Matheny says, “Recycling is now a fact of life that [...]

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D'Amato Contributes Three Articles to the Encyclopedia of Time

February 28, 2008 Faculty News

Dr. Suzanne D’Amato, assistant professor of education, contributed three articles to the 2007 edition of the Encyclopedia of Time. This five-volume set includes her entries on “Education and Time,” “Mythology,” and “Life-long Learning.”

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Borchers' "Poetry's Strange and Necessary Rhetoric" Accepted by International Conference on Arts and Humanities

February 27, 2008 Faculty News

Dr. Terri Borchers’ paper, “Poetry’s Strange and Necessary Rhetoric – Connector, Happening, A Mouth – in Times of Global Conflict,” was accepted for presentation at the 6th Annual International Conference on Arts and Humanities in January 2008. Dr. Borchers is an assistant professor of humanities whose poetry recently appeared in Not Just Air, volumes 5 [...]

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Celia Slater to Present on Careers in Athletics and Sports Administration

February 27, 2008 Campus Life

Celia Slater, executive director of the Win Star Foundation, will talk about careers in athletics and sports administration on Tuesday, March 4 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Center, President’s Dining Room. This event is sponsored by the Student Activities Board.

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Athletes of the Week: February 25, 2008

February 27, 2008 Campus Life

For the second straight week Marisa Clark (Sr. – Hilton, NY/Women’s Basketball) garnered this honor as she played tremendous all around basketball leading the Lady Mavs to a 2-0 week as they finished the regular season at 23-2 overall and (17-1) in AMCC play. With a 7 steal performance against Hilbert College she became the [...]

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Mulvey Earns Ph.D. in Educational Administration from the University at Buffalo

February 25, 2008 Faculty News

Mary Ellen Mulvey, director of the Academic Skills Center, has completed her Ph.D. in Educational Administration at the State University of New York at Buffalo. She successfully presented her dissertation findings on the subject, “Framing the College Experience for Under-prepared Students: A Comparative Study Done in Three Four-year Institutions.” This study examined the experiences of [...]

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Write Thing Reading Series Presents Sean Thomas Dougherty

February 25, 2008 Campus Life

The Write Thing Reading Series continues as Sean Thomas Dougherty appears on Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 7 p.m. in the Huber Hall Library at Medaille’s Main Campus. Sean Thomas Dougherty is the author of nine books, including Broken Hallelujahs (BOA, 2007), Nightshift Belonging to Lorca (Mammoth, 2004), a finalist for the Paterson Poetry Prize, [...]

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Runfola Publishes Op-Ed on Democratic Superdelegates in Buffalo News

February 25, 2008 Faculty News

Professor Ross T. Runfola’s opinion piece, “Will superdelegates make convention undemocratic?,” appeared in the February 25 edition of the Buffalo News. He writes, “Many first-time voters are coming out in record numbers in the Democratic primary to support one of two exciting candidates, Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. The supreme irony in this watershed [...]

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