Please Welcome Janel M. Curry, Ph.D.

Janel M. Curry Ph.D. begins employment as Medaille’s new Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. Curry holds a Ph.D. in geography from the University of Minnesota. She has held several administrative positions in higher education, the most recent as provost at Gordon College in Massachusetts. Prior to Gordon, she served as a faculty member […]

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Medaille Supports the WNY Community Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As the Buffalo Niagara region responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, Medaille has donated over 19,000 gloves and nine boxes of surgical masks to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office, along with a variety of surgical gloves, face shields, gowns, goggles and nursing caps, in response to the critical shortage of personal protective equipment for local health […]

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Parenting Through a Pandemic

The latest episode of  Life Well Learned podcast, “Parenting Through a Pandemic,” addresses concerns that families everywhere are now facing. Because of recent events, most families now live, work and learn under the same roof. Making sure your child stays on their educational track can be super stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Associate […]

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Adjunct Professor Offers WNY Community Free Counseling Services Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Medaille College Adjunct Professor in the Department of Social Sciences Julee “Vee” Vitello was featured this past weekend in a Buffalo News article titled “Isolated by COVID-19, struggling residents find — and offer — solidarity online.” As a psychologist, she is offering free counseling sessions to kids and parents, talking them through everything from their […]

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A Reminder From Human Resources About Telemedicine

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The Typography of Women

Drs. Virginia Batchelor, Craig Centrie, and Illana Lane are presenting distinguished humanities scholars for the humanities and fine arts project entitled “Typography of Women: I am not invisible.” “The Typography of Women” is a multidisciplinary project that includes fine arts, performance and a panel of experts who examine human trafficking. The performance in Rockwell Hall, […]

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Medaille Represented at Spring 2020 WNYSL Symposium

Medaille College Director of Diversity & Inclusion and Title IX Coordinator Kenya Hobbs, Associate Professor of English Alice Villaseñor and Assistant Director of Student Involvement Lisa Kragbé attended the Western New York Service Learning Coalition (WNYSLC) Symposium on Friday, March 6. The theme of this half-day conference was “Embrace Your Impact,” and keynote speaker Marisol […]

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Lucy Czesak Leads Community Outreach for Refugee Family

Medaille partnered with Jewish Family Service of Buffalo & Erie County the week of February 10, to set up an apartment for a refugee family from Syria. Led by Clinical Assistant Professor Lucy Czesak, a group of Medaille faculty, staff and friends, along with an international student from Medaille, collected new and gently used household items […]

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January Gen Z Workshop

Generation Z students have quickly replaced Millennials on college campuses and in serving communities as part of each college’s service-learning and community-based activities. It has been proven that this new generation of college students craves authentic experiences, and prefers applied learning and immersive educational experiences over in-class instruction. This generation has also grown up with […]

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4th Floor Café Grand Reopening

Please join for the 4th Floor Café Grand Reopening: March 17,  7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. ½ off Shamrock Shakes Keep an eye out for weekly specials! Posted By: Sidney Burns

Posted by: Sidney Burns