March 2009

Dulski Joins DC-Based Round Table Group

March 30, 2009 Academic Programs

Richard Dulski, Ph.D., senior adjunct instructor in the School of Adult Graduate Education, was recently honored with admission to the Round Table Group. This organization, headquartered in Washington, DC and with offices in Boston, Dallas, Chicago and London (UK), offers expert witness and consulting services to companies worldwide on a variety of topics. Dr. Dulski’s [...]

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Medaille Representatives Travel to Taiwan

March 24, 2009 Faculty News

 In early March, Medaille made another significant step in building a joint academic program with the Fortune Institute of Technology (FIT) in Taiwan. Matt Carver, vice president of business and finance, Dr. Barbara Jurasek, cross-border ESL program coordinator, and Dr. Norman Muir, dean of undergraduate education, traveled to Kaohsiung, Taiwan to discuss ongoing plans [...]

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Nesslin Joins DC-based Round Table Group

March 23, 2009 Academic Programs

 Robert Nesslin, clinical assistant professor, School of Adult Graduate Education, recently received an invitation and was accepted into membership of the “Round Table Group.”The Group, which is headquartered in Washington, D.C., is an international organization of professionals from various disciplines. Members provide counseling and consulting services to corporations and organizations worldwide. Nesslin has joined [...]

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Medaille's Veterans Education Tuition Scholarship Announced at Rochester Campus

March 20, 2009 Campus Announcements

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 at its Rochester Campus. With scholarships up to $10,000 to qualified veterans, Medaille will provide support to individuals pursuing associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree through its traditional day, evening and [...]

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Medaille Receives Grant for Molecular Biology Equipment from Cummings Foundation

March 16, 2009 Academic Programs

Medaille College has received a $25,000 grant from the James H. Cummings Foundation to fund the purchase of molecular biology equipment, including a DNA sequencer and spectrophotometer, for science laboratories on the Buffalo campus. The addition of this laboratory equipment will support faculty members as they train students for careers in biological, biomedical and environmental [...]

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Public Information Meeting to Discuss Huber Hall on March 19

March 16, 2009 Campus Life

Medaille College will host a public information meeting on Thursday, March 19 at 7 p.m. in the College Library at Huber Hall on the Buffalo Campus. At this meeting, Medaille will outline its plans for a small addition to Huber Hall, which houses the College’s library, two classrooms, computer labs and offices. The project includes [...]

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Dr. Batchelor to Receive Award from Unlimited Possibilities Overcoming Poverty Ministry

March 13, 2009 Academic Programs

Dr. Virginia Batchelor, associate professor in the School of Education, will receive an award on Friday, March 20, 2009 from the Unlimited Possibilities Overcoming Poverty Ministry in honor of National Women’s History Month. The Celebrate Women Working to SAVE the Planet Awards Dinner will be held at the Buffalo Convention Center at 7 p.m. The [...]

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Internship Awards Ceremony Brings Local Talent to Campus for a 4th Year

March 10, 2009 Academic Programs

For the fourth year, the Communication Department sponsored an Internship Awards Ceremony, on Monday, March 9. The luncheon celebrated the individuals and organizations who made significant contributions to Medaille’s communication program over the past year.  Lou Pozantides, associate professor and field placement coordinator, and Lisa Van Valkinburgh, chair of the Communication Department, welcomed the crowd [...]

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Bigelow Releases "Science for Idiots"

March 9, 2009 Campus Life

Dr. Alan Bigelow, Professor of Humanities, has released “Science For Idiots,” a digital story that explains science’s greatest mysteries. The piece is featured at webyarns.com. This work, in addition to its text, uses comics and clipart images that have been digitally edited and then animated to create a multimedia story event for the viewer.  Sound is also [...]

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Fall 2008 Dean's List Announced for Accelerated Learning Program

March 9, 2009 Campus Life

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 November 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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