January 2010

Dr. Pelton's "Bartleby, the Sportscaster," featured in the Buffalo News ArtsBeat

January 29, 2010 Buffalo Campus

Dr. Ted Pelton’s novella, “Bartleby, the Sportscaster,” was reviewed by the Buffalo News ArtsBeat, following his reading at Medaille’s Write Thing Reading Series on January 28. Dr. Pelton is the founder and editor of Starcherone Books and professor of humanities at Medaille.

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True Blue and Gold and Emerging Leaders "makeover" a Buffalo house

January 29, 2010 Academic Programs

Students in Medaille College’s True Blue and Gold and Emerging Leaders Programs are working to rehabilitate a structure on the West Side of Buffalo. Over twenty sophomore and senior students at Medaille spent a combined total of 300 hours rehabilitating a house throughout the fall. Medaille initiated the project in spring 2009 through collaboration with [...]

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Write Thing Reading Series Continues With Lily Hoang

January 29, 2010 Buffalo Campus

The Write Thing Reading Series at Medaille College continues on Thursday, February 11, 2010 with Lily Hoang at 7 p.m. in the Huber Hall Library at Medaille’s Buffalo Campus at Parkside and Rt. 198 in Buffalo. Lily Hoang’s first book Parabola won the Chiasmus Press Un-Doing the Novel Contest in 2006. Her short novel Changing (Fairy Tale Review [...]

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Kaleidoscope Theatre's Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

January 28, 2010 Buffalo Campus

Kaleidoscope Theatre Productions will stage performances of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde from January 29 – February 13 at Medaille College’s Buffalo Campus, Main Building Lecture Hall. After moving to its new home at Medaille, Kaleidoscope performed I Hate Hamlet in the fall to kick off its 2009-10. Its next show, Jake’s Women, is scheduled [...]

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Women's basketball team conducts winter recess clinics

January 27, 2010 Buffalo Campus

The Medaille College women’s basketball team conducted a trio of basketball clinics over the winter recess, teaching game fundamentals to children throughout Buffalo. More »

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Medaille Basketball Winter Camp

January 25, 2010 Buffalo Campus

A Winter Basketball Camp for boys and girls (grades 1-6) will run from February 15-18, 2010 at Medaille’s Buffalo Campus. Enrollment is limited; download and print an application at medaillesports.com.

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Dr. Dulski elected VP of Big Train Operator Garden Railway Club

January 25, 2010 Amherst Campus

Dr. Richard Dulski, a senior adjunct in the Accelerated Learning Program atthe Amherst Campus, who has been teaching at Medaille since 1999 and is also coordinator for the Medaille Center for Leadership & Change MBA Business Initiatives, has been elected to the position of Vice President of the Big Train Operator (BTO) Garden Railway Club. [...]

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Reading Center announces next tutoring session

January 15, 2010 Academic Programs

Medaille College Reading Center’s next tutoring session begins Monday, February 8. Parents of students in Pre-K through sixth grade may register to participate in one-on-one tutoring. Graduate students in Medaille’s Literacy Program provide indivdiualized instruction two days per week for a 12 week session. Anyone interested in applying can find applications at the Reading Center [...]

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Dr. Gane to present humanities webinars to educators

January 12, 2010 Faculty News

Dr. Janet Gane, adjunct instructor in the Humanities Department, has been asked by McGraw-Hill Publishers to serve as a consultant and presenter for educators during 2010-11 academic year. Dr. Gane will conduct four webinars as well as serve as consultant for interactive and integrated learning in the humanities.

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Medaille establishes Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology

January 11, 2010 Academic Programs

Medaille College has created a new department within its School of Adult and Graduate Education. The Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology will house the master’s in mental health counseling program, the master’s in psychology program, the proposed doctoral program in clinical psychology (PsyD), and programs under development in marriage and family therapy and school [...]

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