June 2008

New Graduate Program in Adolescent Education Approved by New York State Education Department

June 27, 2008 Campus Life

The New York State Education Department has approved Medaille College’s proposed Master of Science in Education in Adolescent Education degree program. This program, offered at Medaille’s Amherst Campus, will lead students to certification in English, French, Math, Biology, and Chemistry for the secondary level (grades 7-12). The program is expected to accept students for the [...]

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Spring 2008 Merit List Announced

June 24, 2008 Student Achievement

The following students have been named to the Merit List for the spring 2008 semester. Students who take a minimum of 6 but no more than 11 credit hours, and who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for all credit hours carried during that semester, are placed on the Merit List. Jill [...]

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Bowker Defends Dissertation on Camus and Political Philosophy

June 23, 2008 Campus Life

Dr. Matt Bowker, an adjunct member of the Interdisciplinary Studies Department, successfully defended his doctoral dissertation: “Albert Camus and the Political Philosophy of the Absurd” at The University of Maryland in May 2008. In 2008 he has presented papers on the linkages between political philosophy, psychoanalytic theory, and absurd literature at the annual conference of [...]

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Accelerated Learning Program Dean's List, Spring 2008

June 20, 2008 Academic Programs

Medaille College is pleased to announce the following students who have earned Dean’s List status. These students were enrolled in the Accelerated Learning Program with a cohort session ending in March 2008. Students who take a minimum of 12 credit hours and who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for all credit [...]

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Medaille College Receives $9,200 Grant from Children’s Guild Foundation

June 19, 2008 Campus Life

Medaille College has received a grant for $9,239.50 from the Children’s Guild Foundation. This funding will be used for library technology for students with visual disabilities at the Buffalo and Amherst campuses. The technology will include two fully-accessible computer workstations. The Buffalo and Amherst campuses will each have a workstation equipped with JAWS (Jobs Access [...]

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View Medaille's Campuses on Google Maps

June 12, 2008 Campus Life

Google Maps now has a “Street Level” views available for Medaille’s main campus at 18 Agassiz Circle in Buffalo, the Amherst campus at 30 Wilson Road in Williamsville, and the Rochester campus at 100 Corporate Woods in Rochester.

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Sport Management Sponsors International Basketball Exhibition Game

June 11, 2008 Faculty News

The Medaille College Sport Management program, in conjunction with Buffalo Pro Hoops, Inc., and the Buffalo Sharks basketball team, will sponsor an international exhibition game against the Italian National Basketball team on Monday, June 23 at 7 p.m. in the Sullivan Campus Center. For ticket information, visit the Buffalo Sharks web site or contact Buffalo [...]

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PsyD Advisory Board Holds First Meeting at Amherst Campus

June 4, 2008 Academic Programs

The Medaille College PsyD Advisory Board held its first meeting on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 at Medaille’s Amherst Campus. Dr. Lynn Horne-Moyer led a discussion on PsyD courses, admissions standards, training, and resources for the proposed program among the group of 18 board members and participants from Medaille. Medaille College is seeking permission from the [...]

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