November 2009

Thompson reviews book on school administration for Corwin Press

November 30, 2009 Faculty News

James Thompson, visiting instructor in the School of Education, has reviewed First Steps in Becoming a School Administrator: From the Classroom to the Principalship, for Corwin Press. The audience for this book includes teachers contemplating becoming school administrators and current school administrators–especially principals and superintendents. Including concepts such as “Leap of Faith” and “One Foot In [...]

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Jones honored by WNY Library Resources Council

November 23, 2009 Faculty News

Pam Jones, Medaille’s library director, was honored as the 2009 Committee Member of the Year by the Western New York Library Resources Council (WNYLRC) at the Council’s Annual Meeting on October 28. Jones was recognized for her work on the Regional Automation Committee, the Regional Digital Heritage Advisory Subcommittee, the Resource Sharing Task Group, and [...]

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Safety Tips from the Campus Safety Office

November 17, 2009 Amherst Campus

With the holiday season approaching, the Campus Safety Office has compiled a list of safety tips for students, faculty, and visitors to Medaille’s campuses in Buffalo, Amherst and Rochester. Please review the list at the Campus Safety web page.

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Communication Department Holds Media Day 2009

November 13, 2009 Buffalo Campus

Over 30 WNY-area communication professionals came to the Buffalo Campus to speak and to network with undergraduate students on Friday, November 13. The third annual Media Day included workshops for students and Medaille alumni, focusing on careers in advertising, broadcasting, public relations, and journalism. Bill Snyder, a 1984 graduate, received a special recognition award from [...]

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Sport Management hosts former NBA coach Frank Layden

November 13, 2009 Academic Programs

The Sport Management program hosted Frank Layden, a former NBA coach of the Utah Jazz, on Monday, November 16. This informal discussion connected current undergraduate sport management students with an individual who has extensive knowledge of the sport management industry, as a player, coach, executive and consultant. Layden began as head coach of the Utah [...]

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Men's and women's coaches earn AMCC honors

November 12, 2009 Campus Life

Medaille coaches Dan Krzyzanowicz (men’s soccer) and Jake Beiter (women’s volleyball) received AMCC honors when the conference announced their fall awards. Krzyzanowicz earned his third AMCC Coach of the Year honor as his team won its fifth straight undefeated AMCC Regular Season Championship and their fourth AMCC Tournament title in five years.  He also eclipsed the [...]

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Reading Center work recognized by Iroquois Central Schools

November 10, 2009 College News

Dr. Illana Lane, acting dean of the School of Education, and Claudia Conway, clinical assistant professor in the School of Education, received an outstanding achievement award from the Iroquois Central School District’s Board of Education on Nov 9, 2009 at Marilla Primary School in Marilla, NY. This is in recognition of Medaille’s accomplishments with the [...]

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Dr. Lane recognized by Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.

November 9, 2009 Amherst Campus

Dr. Illana R. Lane, acting dean of the School of Education, was recognized along with several other educators at the “Apple for the Teacher” luncheon on Sunday, November 8, 2009 at the Millennium Airport Hotel. The event, coordinated by the Beta Phi Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., will observe American Education Week with its eighteenth [...]

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Men's Soccer to face Denison in NCAA D-3 Tournament

November 9, 2009 Buffalo Campus

The men’s soccer team (17-2-2) will head to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA on Saturday, November 14 at 11 a.m. to face Denison University (12-4-3) in the first round of the NCAA Division III National Tournament . The Mavs clinched the automatic berth with a (1-0) win over Penn State-Behrend in the AMCC title game [...]

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Dr. Gane presents at WNY/O ACRL Fall Conference

November 7, 2009 Buffalo Campus

Dr. Janet Gane, adjunct instructor in the humanities department, presented at the Western New York/Ontario Association of College & Research Libraries Fall Conference on Friday, November 6. Her topic was: “It’s Alive!”: Librarian-Faculty Partnerships for Enlivening the Arts.” Dr. Gane has also been selected for Who’s Who in America, and her biography will be featured in the [...]

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