Dr. Alice Villaseñor to Speak at Genesee Country Village’s “A Novel Weekend” (August 7-8)

Associate Professor of English Dr. Alice Villaseñor will speak about “The Business of Marriage in Jane Austen’s England” on both Saturday (August 7) and Sunday (August 8) at Genesee Country Village. “A Novel Weekend” celebrates nineteenth-century novels enjoyed by readers of all ages, including Jane Austen’s Emma, Eric Sloane’s Diary of an Early American Boy, […]

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Department of Education Selected Among Best Degree Programs in Education for 2021

Medaille College’s Department of Education programs have been selected as some of the Best Degree Programs in Education for 2021 by EducationDegree.com, a Resource for Teacher Education Programs. The Department of Education offers a flexible approach to training students with diverse talents and goals, while keeping their career in mind the whole way. This is […]

Posted by: Dr. Caitlin Riegel

Dr. Alice Villaseñor to Speak at the Jane Austen Festival

Associate Professor of English Dr. Alice Villaseñor will appear as a virtual speaker at the 2021 Jane Austen Festival, which will be held in Louisville, Kentucky. The hybrid festival will take place from Friday, July 9, to Sunday, July 11, but access to speaker session recordings will run through July 31. This year’s festival theme […]

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Medaille Summer Theater Camp Is Back!

The Medaille Summer Theater (MST) Camp will once again run in person on Medaille’s Buffalo campus, from July 5 to July 16! This annual two-week program empowers young actors and writers (ages 12 to 17) to create and perform original works under the guidance of world-class theater educators.   Plus, Medaille alumni, students, faculty and […]

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CMHC 2020 Annual Report

CMHC is pleased to share its 2020 Annual Report, which highlights how the program is doing, updates, and student feedback.  If you have any questions or would like more details about program activities, you can reach out to Dr. Boersma, Program Director, at 585-415-3638 or via email at Helena.N.Boersma@Medaille.edu.​ View the report here.   Posted By: Cindy […]

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T-Shirt & Kids Sale

From Tuesday, May 18, to Thursday, May 20, the Medaille College Bookstore will have a great selection of t-shirts and kids’ apparel on sale for 20% off! Come into the store to check out the selection, or browse online with options for in-store pickup or home shipping. Faculty and staff will also receive a 10% […]

Posted by: Jonathan Carroll

Midwest Veterinary Conference Summary

I am extremely appreciative for the Faculty Development funds I recently received to attend the Midwest Veterinary Conference (MVC). MVC is an annual veterinary continuing education event hosted by the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association in mid-February. In order to provide needed education safely, this year’s conference was entirely virtual. Live, real-time sessions were offered where […]

Posted by: Jenna Symons

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