Event on Nov. 19 Explores the Influence of Ancient Indigenous Culture on Modern Democracy

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In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Medaille College is hosting a presentation by Rick Hill exploring how the Great Law of Peace of the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations) influenced the Founding Fathers, Karl Marx and the Women’s Suffragette Movement. This presentation, sponsored by the Medaille College Office of Diversity and Inclusion, will examine how Indigenous thought […]

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Future Teachers Club Supports the WNY Children’s Book Expo

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Future Teachers Club members volunteered at the WNY Children’s Book Expo last weekend. Medaille education majors helped children create bookmarks for their new books. Our students also got into the book-themed spirit by getting into costume and walking around the Expo as Curious George and Biscuit! Posted By: Colleen Wilkinson

Posted by: Colleen Wilkinson

Medaille Students Participate in the NYS Council for Exceptional Children Conference

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Graduate and undergraduate students from Medaille’s education programs traveled to Albany, NY to participate in the NYS CEC conference. The students attended sessions on a variety of topics related to students with disabilities, including IEP writing and co-teaching techniques. Posted By: Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson

Posted by: Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson

Dr. Colleen Wilkinson Is Appointed to the NYS Council for Exceptional Children Executive Board

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Dr. Colleen Wilkinson has been appointed to the NYS CEC Executive Board in the role of Student Advisor for NYS Student Chapters of CEC. She will engage in student recruitment efforts across New York State for the professional organization with a mission of “advancing the success of children with exceptionalities.” Dr. Wilkinson will also take the lead in […]

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Dr. Klostermann Interviewed for Article on the Effects of Addiction on Adult Children

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Internationally recognized behavioral couples therapy (BCT) expert Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, an assistant professor in Medaille’s master’s in marriage and family therapy program, was recently interviewed for an article in Counseling Today, a monthly magazine published by the American Counseling Association. In the article, titled “Standing in the Shadow of Addiction,” Dr. Klostermann discussed how denial in adult […]

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Dr. Klostermann Approached to Develop TED-Ed Talk

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Internationally recognized behavioral couples therapy (BCT) expert Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, an assistant professor in Medaille’s master’s in marriage and family therapy program, has been approached to develop a TED-Ed talk. TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas via talks and conferences. The goal of TED-Ed, TED’s youth and education initiative, is to spark and celebrate […]

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‘Q Me In,’ Episode Two: Dr. Quigley Discusses TRiO and Upward Bound

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The second episode of “Q Me In,” a radio show hosted by Medaille College Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Lori V. Quigley, is now available to download. Joining Dr. Quigley were Medaille Director of TRiO Student Support Services Hugh O. Burnam and Director of Upward Bound Programs Adriana Viverette-Gamble. “Q Me In” is produced by […]

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Please Welcome Nicole Kij

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Nicole Kij begins her employment at Medaille as the new Project Coordinator for the Department of Justice Grant. She will be located in CC201A at Ext. 2351. Welcome to Medaille, Nicole! Posted By: Human Resources

Posted by: Human Resources

Dr. Alice Villaseñor Presents at the Northeast American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies

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Recently, Dr. Alice Villaseñor presented a paper at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, which met at the University of Rochester. Her paper, “Catherine Hubback’s Emma Watson and the Horrors of the Governess Trade,” drew from her extensive archival research on a Victorian novelist who was one of Jane […]

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Medaille Honors Veterans and Announces New Scholarship for Those Who Have Served

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As Medaille honors all veterans and active members of the military on Veterans Day 2018, the College would like to share the story of a current student and active member of the United States Air Force, Kenneth Chudoba. Click here to read his story and learn how Medaille has assisted him in his path to […]

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