November 2010

Tree lighting ceremony featured in today’s Buffalo News

November 30, 2010 Alumni News

The Buffalo News captured a beautiful image of Medaille’s 5th annual tree lighting ceremony last night, where faculty, students and staff gathered to officially usher in the holiday season.  The Medaille community also contributed personalized ornaments to display. Click here for the Buffalo News Picture Page

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Medaille student is a Paralympian, inspires others

November 30, 2010 Buffalo Campus

In its November 25 newscast, WGRZ-TV featured Medaille student Adam Page, and how his journey to the U.S. Sled Hockey Team inspired another local couple. Adam Page Story

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Medaille Hosts GLOW Project

November 21, 2010 Alumni News

Over 100 women from the Western New York community gathered at Medaille on November 18 for the Buffalo premiere of The GLOW Project, a powerful, nationwide program that was created to inspire, motivate and empower women. The evening included the screening of The GLOW Project movie followed by a panel discussion featuring local women in [...]

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Medaille breaks ground on Student Success Center

November 16, 2010 Academic Programs

Medaille College held a groundbreaking ceremony at its Buffalo Campus to celebrate the construction of a Student Success Center on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. The project will receive part of a $12 million financing package, recently approved by the Erie County Industrial Development Agency, which Medaille will use to invest in and [...]

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Bradbury receives Service to Reading award from NYS Reading Association

November 16, 2010 Amherst Campus

Judy Bradbury, adjunct instructor in the graduate program of the School of Education, was awarded the 2009-10 Service to Reading Award by the New York State Reading Association at the Assembly of Delegates meeting and luncheon held in Albany, NY in September.  Bestowed annually, recipients of this award are individuals who have made “significant contributions [...]

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Dr. Bigelow’s work in new venues

November 16, 2010 Faculty News

Dr. Alan Bigelow’s digital stories for the web have placed in several international competitions this fall. Currently, he is a 2010 World Technology Network Award nominee. He was also a finalist for both the New Media Writing Prize at the Poole Literary Festival (UK) and the Screengrab New Media Art Award (Australia). His work has [...]

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Men’s soccer advances to NCAA Sweet Sixteen

November 15, 2010 Buffalo Campus

For the first time, Medaille’s men’s soccer team has advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen with a pair of wins over the University of Rochester on Saturday, November 13 and over Swarthmore College on Sunday, November 14. The Mavs (16-4-3) will play Messiah College (19-1) in a sectional round on November 19, 20 or 21. [...]

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The GLOW Project: movie screening and panel discussion with successful female leaders

November 12, 2010 Alumni News

On Thursday, November 18, Medaille will host the Buffalo premiere of the GLOW Project. This powerful, nationwide program has been featured throughout the country, and Medaille’s event includes a screening of the GLOW Project movie, followed by a panel discussion featuring local women in business who will share inspirational stories of overcoming seemingly insurmountable challenges. [...]

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Leading from Within: Business Leadership Series on November 15

November 12, 2010 Amherst Campus

Medaille College and Buffalo Niagara 360 continue its Business Leadership Events on Monday, November 15. As the second event in this series, “Leading from Within” is an interactive presentation for young professionals to assess and to develop their leadership skills. The session runs from 5:30-730 p.m. at Medaille’s Buffalo Campus This is a fantastic networking opportunity [...]

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Students contribute to Adopt-A-Platoon effort on Veterans Day

November 11, 2010 Buffalo Campus

On Veterans Day, Medaille students and staff contributed to the efforts of a local family to send supplies to troops stationed overseas. The Serwinowski family of North Tonawanda is collecting care packages to send to a US Marine Corps platoon, and Buffalo Campus students loaded a van with products for male and female soldiers for [...]

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