Please Welcome Dr. Katherine Fitzgerald

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Katie joins Medaille as an Assistant Professor of Veterinary Technology in the Department of Veterinary Technology. She will be located in H125 at Ext. 2223. Welcome to Medaille, Katie! Posted By: Human Resources

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Please Welcome Debra Kelly

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Debra Kelly begins employment on January 14 as Director of Campus Public Safety. She will be located in 2 Agassiz at Ext. 2524. Welcome to Medaille, Debra! Posted By: Human Resources

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Please Welcome Dr. Jenifer Willson

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Please welcome Jenifer as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology. She is located in 103 Humboldt at Ext. 2627. Prior to her new full time position, Jenifer was an Adjunct for Medaille. Welcome to your new position! Posted By: Human Resources

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Please Welcome Leah Froebel ’17

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Leah began January 2, 2019 as an Assistant Director of Admissions, Post-Traditional and Graduate Programs. She is located in 85 Humboldt at Ext. 2564. Welcome to Medaille, Leah! Posted By: Human Resources

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Please Welcome Gretchen Hendrix Carbone

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Gretchen joins Medaille as an Assistant Director of Admissions, Post-Traditional and Graduate Programs. She will be located in 85 Humboldt at Ext 2543. Welcome to Medaille! Posted By: Human Resources

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Please Welcome Dan Puccio

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Dan begins as Medaille’s Director of Student Involvement. He will be located in C201E at Ext 2351. Welcome to Medaille, Dan! Posted By: Human Resources

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Anderson’s Website Nominated for Dutch Online Prize, Vote Now

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Department of Interdisciplinary Studies Professor Douglas Anderson‘s website, Lens on Leeuwenhoek, has been nominated for the 2019 Geschiedenis Online Prijs (History Online Prize), which celebrates the best Dutch-related historical online presentations. Vote for Lens on Leeuwenhoek before January 31. (Votes must be confirmed via email to count.) Anderson is also the co-editor of Alle de […]

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Medaille Alumna Dani Reinwald ’18 Signs Professional Basketball Contract in Australia

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Business administration alumna and former Mavericks basketball standout Dani Reinwald ’18 recently signed a professional basketball contract with the Whittlesea Pacers of the Big V professional basketball league in Victoria, Australia. The 2018 AMCC Women’s Basketball Player of the Year set many NCAA records during her time at Medaille, and she begins her career with […]

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Dr. Reichenberg Presents Her Research at Annual Literacy Research Association Conference

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Assistant Professor of Education Jennifer Sharples Reichenberg, Ph. D., director of Medaille’s literacy programs, recently presented her research on literacy coaching and teacher development at the annual Literacy Research Association conference in California. Her presentation, entitled “Beginning with Perplexity,” introduced a seven-step reflective framework to be used as part of literacy coaching in schools. Read more. Posted […]

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Interview With Dr. Klostermann Featured in American Counseling Association’s Top 10 Article of 2018

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To mark the end of 2018, the American Counseling Association (ACA) ranked and revisited the top 20 articles of the year shared in Counseling Insider (ACA’s biweekly newsletter). The No. 10 article of the year, “Standing in the Shadow of Addiction,” features an interview with internationally recognized behavioral couples therapy (BCT) expert Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., […]

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