July 2008

Update: Main Campus Parking Lot Repairs

July 24, 2008 Campus Life

Due to weather conditions, the construction on the campus roadways will continue until Tuesday, July 29. In addition, the parking lot closures as well as the two-way traffic pattern behind the Campus Center will remain in effect until Tuesday, July 29 2008. Until the repairs are completed, no vehicles will be allowed to park in [...]

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Hurrle Joins Residence Life Office as Graduate Residence Coordinator

July 23, 2008 Campus Life

Rand Hurrle has joined the Residence Life Office as Graduate Residence Coordinator for the North Residence Hall and the houses on Humboldt. Originally from Eldred, Penn., Hurrle earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Edinboro University and is pursuing a master’s in student personnel administration at Buffalo State College.

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

July 17, 2008 Academic Programs

Medaille College has received approval from the New York State Department of Education to offer a graduate program in adolescent education at its Amherst Campus. The program leads to certification in grades 7-12 in the areas of Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, French, and English. The program will complement Medaille’s other graduate education degree offerings in Literacy, [...]

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Faramawi, CIS Assistant Professor, Passes Away

July 10, 2008 Faculty News

Mustafa Faramawi, assistant professor in the Computer Information Systems Department, has passed away. Faramawi has been a member of the Medaille community for the past nine years, teaching courses in business, management, econometrics and computer information systems. At this time there are no services scheduled. Please keep the Faramawi family in your thoughts, and share [...]

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Spring 2008 Dean's List Announced

July 2, 2008 Campus Life

Medaille College is pleased to announce the following undergraduate students who have earned Dean’s List status for the spring 2008 semester. Students who take a minimum of 12 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 Dean’s List.

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Reading Clinic Receives $2,300 Grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities of WNY, Inc.

July 1, 2008 Campus Life

Medaille College’s Reading Clinic has received a $2,300 grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western New York, Inc. The funding will be applied towards books and hands-on materials that enhance reading acquisition and spelling skills. The Reading Clinic serves over 100 elementary school students each year, and is staffed by over 100 graduate [...]

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Computer Crimes Investigation Certificate Program to Begin in Fall 2008

July 1, 2008 Academic Programs

Medaille College will offer a certificate program in Computer Crimes Investigation at its Amherst Campus beginning in fall 2008. The Computer Crimes Investigation certificate will provide training in the collection, handling and preservation of digital and electronic evidence. Forensic examination techniques in criminal and administrative settings will also be covered. The program is designed for [...]

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