July 2010

Ann Horn-Jeddy named Assistant Director for Rochester Campus

July 29, 2010 Alumni News

Medaille College has appointed Ann Horn-Jeddy as the Assistant Director for Medaille’s Rochester Campus. A graduate of Medaille, she earned a bachelor’s of business administration at the Amherst Campus and a master’s of organizational leadership at the Rochester Campus. She has been part of the administrative staff in Rochester since 2002, and will continue in [...]

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Spring 2010 Dean's List, Amherst and Rochester Campuses

July 22, 2010 Academic Programs

The following students enrolled in Medaille’s Accelerated Learning Program in Amherst and Rochester earned Dean’s List status during the spring 2010 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 [...]

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Spring 2010 Dean's List, Buffalo Campus

July 22, 2010 Academic Programs

The following students at Medaille College’s Buffalo Campus earned Dean’s List status for the spring 2010 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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Dr. Bigelow publishes a new story at webyarns.com

July 21, 2010 Faculty News

Dr. Alan Bigelow, professor of humanities, has added a new story to his collection of digital tales at webyarns.com. According to Dr. Bigelow, “‘This Is Not A Poem‘ is a toy, a game, a language engine, and a poem all at the same time.”

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Medaille appoints new members to Board of Trustees

July 7, 2010 Alumni News

Medaille College has appointed four new members to its board of trustees, effective July 1, 2010. The new trustees are: Robert S. Graber, senior vice president at M&T Bank, who earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Medaille; Ellen E. Grant, Ph.D., director of Cornerstone Manor and managing partner at First Advantage Consulting; Heidi [...]

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Dr. Kotzin interviewed by The Chronicle of Higher Education for his upcoming biography on Judah L. Magnes

July 7, 2010 College News

Dr. Daniel Kotzin, assistant professor of social sciences, was recently interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education’s PageView blog on his book, Judah L. Magnes: An American Jewish Nonconformist (Syracuse University Press). The text of his interview can be viewed at the Chronicle’s web site. Dr. Kotzin answered questions of why he chose Judah Magnes [...]

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School of Education faculty to hold two book signings for Western New York and the Gilded Age

July 2, 2010 Amherst Campus

Mary Beth Scumaci, clinical assistant professor, Julianna Woite, adjunct instructor, and Peter Scumaci have written Western New York and the Gilded Age, a recently-released book from the History Press. Two book signings have been scheduled: the first on Tuesday, July 27 at the Savvy Gourmet at 4610 Main Street at 7 p.m. (registration required); the [...]

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