September 2010

Medaille’s online bachelor’s degree in information systems begins

September 29, 2010 Academic Programs

The Bachelor’s of Business Administration, Information Systems program has begun with its first cohort of students. The program teaches the theories, tools and techniques used in information technology. As a non-traditional, cohort-based degree completion program, the degree was designed for working adults who have completed 60 or more college credits. The program complements existing certificate [...]

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Medaille students transition from combat to classroom

September 29, 2010 Amherst Campus

WGRZ TV featured two Medaille students from the Amherst Campus in a segment on Wednesday, September 29. In addition to highlighting the students’ transition from serving in the military to learning in Medaille’s classrooms, the story noted that Medaille was ranked in the top-15% of “veteran-friendly” schools for 2010-11 by G.I. Jobs Magazine, and offers [...]

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NPR’s Scott Simon speaks on the story of success

September 28, 2010 Academic Programs

NPR’s Scott Simon delivered an inspiring, insightful talk to a gymnasium filled with first-year undergraduate students and the general public on Monday, September 27. Based on the themes contained within Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers: The Story of Success, his address wove anecdotes from his experience as a father and a journalist with his observations and analysis [...]

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Write Thing Reading Series begins 2010-11 season with author and editor Alissa Nutting

September 13, 2010 Buffalo Campus

Medaille College will begin its annual Write Thing Reading Series on Thursday, September 16 with author and editor Alissa Nutting. The event will take place at 7 p.m. at Medaille’s Buffalo Campus, on the fourth floor of the Main Building in the Academic Commons. Alissa Nutting’s first book, the collection of stories Unclean Jobs for Women [...]

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Medaille launches Business Leadership Series with Buffalo Niagara 360

September 13, 2010 Academic Programs

Medaille College and Buffalo Niagara 360 will offer a series of Business Leadership Events throughout 2010-11. The first event, on September 20, features William Weeks, clinical associate professor and chair of the Management and Leadership Program. He will present “Why Should Anyone Be Led By You, Or Me?” The session begins at 5:30 p.m. at [...]

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Ababio named as student ambassador for NYS Unified Court System

September 13, 2010 Academic Programs

Godfred A. Ababio, a criminal justice undergraduate student, has been named a Student Ambassador for the New York State Unified Court System. This internship program begins with an orientation on the history and organization of the NYS Unified Court System. Students work closely with experienced court professionals to help raise awareness about a selected topic among their peers [...]

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Medaille’s Academic Catalogs available online

September 13, 2010 Academic Programs

Medaille’s academic catalogs for the Undergraduate College and the School of Adult and Graduate Education are available online for the 2010-11 academic year. Undergraduate Catalog, 2010-11 (PDF) Undergraduate Catalog 010-11 (on Graduate Catalog 2010-11 (PDF) Graduate Catalog 2010-11 (on

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Medaille celebrates 135 years of changing people’s minds

September 10, 2010 Amherst Campus

Medaille celebrated its 135th birthday on the Buffalo campus with a party for students and the unveiling of a new recruitment campaign. Additional events will take place at Medaille’s Amherst and Rochester campuses on September 14 and 15 for students and faculty in the adult education and master’s programs. The Buffalo event included a concert by [...]

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Medaille’s Reading Center accepting spring semester applications

September 7, 2010 Buffalo Campus

Medaille’s Reading Center is accepting applications for the spring semester. The spring session begins February 14. Tutoring for students grades K-2 will run Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-5:30 p.m. and grades 3-9 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-5:30 p.m.. Our tutors provide students with individualized instruction in a 1:1 setting throughout the 12 week program. If you [...]

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Digital stories by Dr. Bigelow published internationally

September 7, 2010 Faculty News

Dr. Alan Bigelow’s digital stories for the web appeared in a number of venues this summer.  Among other events, “Saving the Alphabet,” “My Summer Vacation,” and “Brainstrips” were in the FILE exhibition in Sao Paulo, Brazil. “What They Said” exhibited at the {S0NiK} Fest and Synthetic Zero Event in BronxArtSpace, New York.  “My Summer Vacation” appeared in [...]

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