January 2009

Life Sciences Club to Sponsor Silent Auction

January 23, 2009 Campus Life

The Life Sciences Club will sponsor its first annual silent auction on Friday, February 6 from 5 until 9 p.m. Items available for bidding include art pieces, baskets, gift cards, sports tickets and more. The Life Sciences Club was founded to advise, support, and counsel all members of the Biology program and science related disciplines. [...]

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Veterans Education Tuition Scholarship Announced

January 21, 2009 Campus Life

Medaille College has announced the availability of a Veterans Education Tuition Scholarship (VETS) of up to $10,000, available to current and former military service members. Major Susan Rothleder-Dunkle, U.S. Army (Ret.), Visiting Instructor in Medaille’s School of Education, Dr. Patrick W. Welch, Director of Erie County Veterans Services, and Dr. Richard T. Jurasek, Medaille College [...]

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Dr. Pelton and Starcherone Books in American Book Review

January 21, 2009 Campus Life

Dr. Ted Pelton, Associate Professor of Humanities, and Starcherone Books were featured in the January/February 2009 edition of American Book Review. The article included an interview with Dr. Pelton which outlined Starcherone Book’s history, its audience, its role in the publishing scene, and its future plans.

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Dr. Bigelow Curates Digital Literature Exhibition

January 19, 2009 Faculty News

Dr. Alan Bigelow, Professor of Humanities, curates the “Searching for a New(er) Digital Literature” exhibition, a collection of twelve multimedia works that offer readers representative examples of new digital poetry and fiction on the web. It includes work by Jim Andrews, Marvin Bell & Ernesto Lavandera, Sommer Browning & Mark Lomond/Johanne Ste-Marie, Andy Campbell, J.R. Carpenter, Chris Joseph & [...]

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Drs. Lillis and Tian Write Manuscript on Cross-Cultural Communication and Emotional Intelligence

January 16, 2009 Faculty News

Dr. Michael Lillis and Dr. Robert Tian, Associate Professors of Business, have had their manuscript, “Cross-Cultural Communication and Emotional Intelligence: Inferences from Case Studies of Gender Diverse Groups,” accepted for publication by Marketing Intelligence and Planning. The piece is scheduled for publication later in 2009. According to Dr. Lillis, “This paper investigates the role of [...]

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Pandemic Flu Presentation by Erie County Health Commissioner

January 13, 2009 Campus Announcements

Medaille College will host Erie County Commissioner of Health Dr. Anthony J. Billittier as he presents on public health emergency preparedness and pandemic flu on Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 9 a.m. at its Buffalo Campus, Main Building Lecture Hall. Following remarks by Medaille College administrators and Dr. Richard T. Jurasek, Medaille College President, Dr. [...]

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Public Information Meeting on Road Safety Conditions and Pedestrian Traffic

January 12, 2009 Campus Life

Medaille College and the Olmstead Parks Conservancy will jointly hose a Public Information Meeting regarding the safety conditions for both vehicular and pedestrian traffic at Parkside Avenue between the Scajaquada Expressway and Agassiz Circle.  At this meeting, the College and Conservancy will review the concerns regarding the portion of the Parkside Avenue entrance to the [...]

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Medaille's Perspective Awarded Gold Medal by Columbia Scholastic Press Association

January 6, 2009 Student Achievement

The Perspective  student newspaper has been awarded a gold medal by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in their annual critique of student newspapers throughout the country. In addition, the publication received All-Columbian Honors in two out of three categories for concept and presentation. The judges’ feedback noted the talent of the staff and the very complete [...]

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