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Medaille Introduces Online Degrees in Homeland Security and Health Information Administration

May 10, 2011 Academic Programs

Continuing in its tradition of offering flexible program options, Medaille College has introduced two new online bachelor’s degree programs in homeland security and health information administration. In the wake of terrorist events like 9/11, environmental crises like the BP oil spill and natural disasters like the recent earthquake in Japan, the demand for professionals who [...]

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Founders’ Day Awards Celebrate Community Service and Citizenship

April 18, 2011 Amherst Campus

Medaille College honored contributions to community service in Western New York with its annual Founders’ Day Celebration on Wednesday, April 13. A reception, dinner and awards ceremony took place at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Ann McCarthy, consumer affairs manager for Wegmans, delivered keynote remarks on service, based on her longtime efforts to [...]

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Scumaci and Bradbury Present on Multiple Literacies

April 12, 2011 Amherst Campus

Mary Beth Scumaci, clinical assistant professor, and Judy Bradbury, adjunct instructor, presented at the New York State Reading Association’s 2011 Annual Conference:  Connecting Multiple Literacies in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. These School of Education faculty members provided an in-depth introduction to the Library of Congress’s expansive “Teaching with Primary Sources” web site (www.loc.gov) and offered instructive [...]

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Dr. Correa’s Article on “Borderlands” Published

April 7, 2011 Amherst Campus

An article by Elaine Correa, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Education, has been recently published in the International Political Economy of  New Regionalisms Series by Ashgate Publishing Limited, England.  This work, “Borderlands: Risky Spaces or Safe Places? ‘Real and Imaginary’ Borders – (Re)Framing Identity and Privilege,” is included in Isidro Morales (Ed.) book National Solutions [...]

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Matheny Featured on WECK 1230 AM

March 29, 2011 Academic Programs

Jackie Matheny, vice president for enrollment management in the School of Adult and Graduate Education, appeared on 1230 AM WECK on Tuesday morning, March 29  to speak about college degrees for adults and graduate students. Listen to the nine-minute clip from the broadcast (MP3) “No matter what kind of schedule you have right now, whether you’re working [...]

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Dr. Correa Presented Research at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference

March 24, 2011 Amherst Campus

Elaine Correa, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Education,presented her research work at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) in Nashville, Tenn.,  March 7-11.  Her paper, “Shifting Values, Multiple Delivery Formats and Diverse Voices: Teacher Education in a Culture of Entitlement Learning, “Fast, Cheap, and Easy?” – The Next [...]

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Cefaratti and Conway Present at Conference for Teacher Educators

March 21, 2011 Amherst Campus

Two faculty members from the School of Education presented at the Association of Teacher Educator’s Annual Conference in Orlando, F.L. in February. Michelle Cefaratti, visiting instructor, and Claudia Conway, clinical assistant professor, developed a presentation on “Meeting the needs of Graduate Literacy Specialist Candidates; A program created for 21st century educators.” Their work outlines the [...]

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Hanesworth Receives Youth Service Award for Work with Jack and Jill of America

March 2, 2011 Amherst Campus

Felecia Hanesworth, visiting instructor in the School of Education, was presented the Youth Service Award by Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and City Commissioner Tanya Perrin-Johnson on February 28. The award honored Hanesworth and recognized her work in role as president of Jack and Jill of America’s Buffalo Chapter, and the work that the chapter does through [...]

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Dr. Legge Featured in Counseling Today Article, “Breaking Away from the Pack”

March 2, 2011 Academic Programs

Deborah Legge, Ph.D., assistant professor and program director of the mental health counseling program, was featured in a March 2011 article in Counseling Today: “Breaking Away from the Pack.” The article outlined how private counseling practitioners can market themselves, and what steps mental health counselors can take to create success within their own practices. From [...]

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Medaille Connects with NYS Library Borrowing Network

March 1, 2011 Academic Programs

In March, Medaille will join ConnectNY, a network of 15 private academic libraries in New York State. Faculty, staff and currently enrolled students will now have direct borrowing privileges with 14 other private academic libraries in New York State and the Center for Research Libraries. The books will be delivered for pick up at one [...]

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