March 2008

Athletes of the week: March 31, 2008

March 31, 2008 Campus Life

In a 2-0 week for the Lady Mavs, catcher Amanda Baker (Sr. – Lyons, NY/Softball) led the way as she was 4 for 7 from the plate for a .571 batting average. She scored twice and knocked in four runs. She also came up with a stolen base, leading that category. In a tough 10-5 [...]

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Men's soccer 2007 highlight video available online

March 28, 2008 Campus Life

Under the leadership of Coach Dan Krzyzanowicz, the men’s soccer team completed an unprecedented third consecutive undefeated regular season in the AMCC Conference. The Mavericks hosted the AMCC Championship game in the play-offs and advanced to the ECAC Semifinals at Union College. The team finished with a record of 17-3-2 overall, and brought the record [...]

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Meet the Author: Riniolo and When Good Thinking Goes Bad

March 27, 2008 Faculty News

Dr. Todd Riniolo, associate professor of psychology, will discuss why everyone is vulnerable to developing foolish beliefs in a Meet the Author event on Monday, April 7 at 12:30 p.m. in the Lecture Hall. His book, When Good Thinking Goes Bad: How Your Brain Can Have a Mind of Its Own, examines unconscious biases in [...]

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Reading Clinic accepting summer session applications

March 27, 2008 Campus Life

The Medaille College Reading Clinic is accepting applications for its summer session. The clinic, staffed by graduate students pursuing master’s degrees in literacy, provides one-on-one assessment and instruction to K-6 students in the Buffalo area. Parents of elementary students who may benefit from the Reading Clinic should submit an application to Michelle Cefaratti, reading clinic [...]

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Dr. Michael Frisch to Speak on Buffalo's Deindustrialization at the Buffalo History Speakers Series

March 25, 2008 Campus Life

The Buffalo History Speakers Series continues on Tuesday, April 15 with Dr. Michael Frisch at 6 p.m. in the Medaille College Lecture Hall. Professor Frisch is a professor of history and American studies, and a senior research scholar at the University at Buffalo. He will speak on the topic “Buffalo’s Deindustrialization through Photography and Oral [...]

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Athletes of the Week: March 24, 2008

March 24, 2008 Campus Life

In a 4-5 spring trip for Medaille, Brandon Lumadue (So. – Cheektowaga, NY/Baseball) was remarkable. In nine games he hit .424 with 20 RBIs. He had three home runs and three triples and has a jaw dropping .879 slugging percentage. Amanda Westling (So. – Dunkirk, NY/Softball) hit .341 for the Lady Mavs with three doubles, [...]

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School of Education Literacy event scheduled for April 2

March 24, 2008 Academic Programs

The School of Education’s Literacy Program will welcome local author Norma Gentner and Dr. Fran Murphy, Founding Dean of the School of Education, at an event for alumni and guests on April 2, 2008 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Amherst Campus Multipurpose Room. Gentner has 33 years of experience as an elementary, special [...]

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Accelerated Learning Program Dean's List recipients announced

March 24, 2008 Academic Programs

Medaille College is pleased to announce the following 110 students who have earned Dean’s List status. These students were enrolled in the Accelerated Learning Program with a cohort session ending in December 2007. Students who take a minimum of 12 credit hours and who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for all [...]

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MBA program featured in two articles

March 20, 2008 Campus Life featured Medaille’s MBA degree, part of the Accelerated Learning Program, in two articles. The first, Medaille College Plans for the Real World, documents a visit to an Amherst campus MBA class by Rocco Termini, and gives an example of a market study created by students in the program that helped bring a women’s retail [...]

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Write Thing Reading Series presents poet Rebecca Maslen '00

March 20, 2008 Alumni News

The Write Thing Reading Series at Medaille College will present poet Rebecca Maslen ’00 on Thursday, April 17 at 7 p.m. in the Huber Hall Library on Medaille’s Main Campus. This event is free and open to the public; refreshments are occasionally served. Maslen graduated from Medaille College with a bachelor of arts in humanities [...]

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