Teaching Students to Critically Evaluate How Slavery Is Taught

Dr. Daniel Kotzin, a Professor of History in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, presented a workshop titled “Teaching Students to Critically Evaluate How Slavery is Taught,” at the Teaching History Conference: Challenges in Teaching & Learning History, sponsored by UC Davis (online) on May 7-8, 2021. Here is a description of the workshop: “Flipping the […]

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Join Us for Medaille’s 1st Digital Learning Days Symposium

Have You Registered for Medaille’s Blackboard Ultra Digital Learning Days Virtual Symposium?  The Offices of Online Learning and Information Technology invite you to join us for the 2021 Medaille College Digital Learning Days Virtual Symposium.  The event will take place on May 18-19, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  This event is targeted for faculty and […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

Education Graduate Student Society Hosts Workshop on Google Classroom

On Tuesday, May 4, the Education Graduate Student Society (EGSS) hosted a workshop designed to prepare educators to use Google Classroom to meet the virtual demands of pandemic and post-pandemic 21st century teaching. Google Certified Innovator, Kim Pollishuke, went through a step-by-step of all of the Google Classroom Basics, discussing how to easily add students […]

Posted by: Dr. Caitlin Riegel

Dr. Lillis Publishes Manuscript on Entrepreneurship in BRC Academy Journal of Business

Department of Business, Management & Leadership Professor and Business Administration Program Director Michael P. Lillis, Ph.D., recently authored a manuscript on entrepreneurship that has been published in The BRC Academy Journal of Business. The article, which was written as a direct result of research Dr. Lillis conducted during his fall 2019 sabbatical, introduces an all-inclusive […]

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Dr. Nowak Featured in Ask the Experts

Donald E. Nowak Jr., Ph.D. , CRC, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, offered his expertise on gambling addiction in response to questions related to online gaming, sports betting and online lotteries. He also weighed in on the impact of COVID-19 on the online gaming industry and people struggling with […]

Posted by: Lynn Horne-Moyer

Summer Session Science Math and Technology Courses!

The Department of Science, Mathematics & Technology (SMAT) at Medaille College will offer traditional in-person undergraduate classes for the Summer 2021 semester. This new initiative is designed to help students get a head-start in their entry-level and general education curriculum and entry-level science courses and make progress toward graduation. This program will be especially helpful […]

Posted by: M. Ryan Woodcock

Virtual Take Back the Night Event

On April 27, from 6 to 8 p.m., Medaille College will host its first Virtual Take Back the Night Event. We will raise awareness for Sexual Violence Prevention, with cohesive efforts to promote social justice and develop solutions. The way to implement change is through educational teamwork. Learn more and register now. “See” you there! […]

Posted by: On behalf of the Take Back the Night Committee: Student Counseling Services Intern, Margaret Stanford

Ichthyology (Virtual) Seminar Series: Genetic Research with the Zebrafish Model

Ichthyology is the study of fishes. This Spring semester, the BIO421L Ichthyology Lab will be hosting a seminar series. Guest speakers will be visiting Medaille (virtually) to discuss the importance of fishes in their scientific research. The fifth presentation in this seminar series will start at 4 p.m. this Friday, April 23, on Blackboard Collaborate. […]

Posted by: M. Ryan Woodcock

Dr. Riegel Publishes Article in Educational Planning Journal

Dr. Caitlin Riegel, Assistant Professor in Medaille’s Department of Education and Program Director for the M.S.Ed. Elementary Education and M.S.Ed. Adolescent Education programs, published an article in Educational Planning. Educational Planning is the refereed journal of the International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP). The article investigated meeting accreditation standards for advanced-level education programs by providing […]

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Applying to Graduate Programs in the Humanities

The English Program is sponsoring an information session for students on “Applying to Graduate Programs in the Humanities.” The event will take place Thursday, April 22 at 6 p.m. on Zoom. Join here. We are going to talk about what students need to know about applying to graduate school — with plenty of time for […]

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor