News Content Available at Medaille.edu
News Content Available at Medaille.edu
Posted 2173 days ago

All Medaille news items are now being posted at its main web site, www.medaille.edu/news. Content on this site will be transferred over to the main site, but will remain searchable…

Medaille Introduces Online Degrees in Homeland Security and Health Information Administration
Medaille Introduces Online Degrees in Homeland Security and Health Information Administration
Posted 2236 days ago

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…

One-of-a-Kind Event for Graduating Seniors and the Medaille Bug
One-of-a-Kind Event for Graduating Seniors and the Medaille Bug
Posted 2249 days ago

A group of students took part in a one-of-a-kind, and perhaps a once-in-a-lifetime, event on Wednesday, April 27. With a crowd of Medaille students, alumni, faculty, staff and media cheering…

One-of-a-Kind Event for Graduating Seniors and the Medaille Bug
Statement Relating to Treatment of Animals in Veterinary Technology Department
Statement Relating to Treatment of Animals in Veterinary Technology Department
Posted 2258 days ago

In response to questions raised this week about the treatment of animals within its Department of Veterinary Technology, Medaille has released the following statement.
Medaille College’s Veterinary Technology Program trains students…

Founders’ Day Awards Celebrate Community Service and Citizenship
Founders’ Day Awards Celebrate Community Service and Citizenship
Posted 2258 days ago

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…

Founders’ Day Awards Celebrate Community Service and Citizenship
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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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Be the Change Leadership Conference Educates Local Student Leaders

April 4, 2011 Academic Programs

Over 250 student leaders from colleges throughout Western New York participated in the Be the Change Student Leadership Conference at Medaille on Saturday, April 2. This all-day event drew students and staff from Niagara University, SUNY Brockport, Hilbert College, Buffalo State College, Daemen College, Canisius College, D’Youville College and the University at Buffalo. Sessions included [...]

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Raphael ’85 Named to Alliance for Women in Media Board of Directors

April 4, 2011 Alumni News

Heidi Raphael ’85 MC has been appointed to the 2011 Board of Directors for Alliance for Women in Media (AWM). The 2011 AWM Board was recently installed in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the AWM Symposium on Women’s Media Ownership. The Alliance for Women in Media leverages the promise, passion and power of women in [...]

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Scholars Program to Host Love Canal Community Forum on April 4

March 30, 2011 Academic Programs

Medaille’s Scholars Program is hosting a Love Canal Community Forum on Monday, April 4, from 7-9 p.m. in the Main Building Lecture Hall. This event marks another piece of the semester-long project in which this group of students has studied and evaluated the ethical decisions surrounding Love Canal.  Luella Kenny, a noted local speaker and [...]

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Raphael ’85 Named to 2011 NAB Radio Board of Directors

March 30, 2011 Alumni News

Heidi A. Raphael ‘85, vice president of corporate communications at Greater Media, Inc., has been elected to serve a two-year term representing District 1 on the 2011 National Association of Broadcasters Radio Board of Directors. The term officially begins in June 2011. Raphael has had a successful career in the radio broadcasting industry, and has [...]

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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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Future Teachers Host “Seminar for Success”

March 29, 2011 Academic Programs

The Future  Teachers Club hosted a “Seminar for Success” on Saturday, March 26, at the Buffalo Campus. The day included a Student Teacher Panel comprised current student teachers Nathaniel Barnes, Chelsea Busczinski and Jennifer Perry.  Team Scumaci (Mary Beth Scumaci, clinical assistant professor, and her family) presented on technology in education. Illana Lane, Ph.D., dean [...]

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Medaille SIFE Team Advances to National Competition

March 24, 2011 Academic Programs

The Medaille College chapter of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) won its division at the SIFE USA Regional Competition on Monday, March 22 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Medaille team now advances to the National Competition in Minneapolis, Minn. from May 10-12. Founded in 2009, this is the first opportunity for the team to advance to [...]

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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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Weller Accepted into Roswell Park Summer Research Program

March 23, 2011 Academic Programs

Rebecca Weller has been accepted into the Roswell Park Summer Research Program for Undergraduates at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo. Weller was selected in a highly-competitive process to study in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Department for a ten-week period this summer. This fellowship, funded by the National Cancer Institute, offers fifteen college juniors [...]

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