Conversations in Science: Disaster Planning at the Buffalo Science Museum

On August 19 at 6 p.m., Associate Professor of the Practice and Homeland Security Program Director Dr. Steven MacMartin will participate in the Buffalo Museum of Science’s Conversations in Science series. Dr. MacMartin will speak about Disaster Planning in the Age of Covid-19. Conversations in Science, presented by RP Oak Hill Building Company, offers scientists […]

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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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Social Sciences Panel

Social Sciences Panel Q&A February 26, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Huber 208 All students are invited to come meet successful Medaille alumni, and learn where their degree can take them! Participating Panelists: Robert Bennett, Ph.D., LMHC, CASAC ’02, ’10, Director of Inpatient Behavioral Health and Behavioral Health Emergency Department, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center Brianna […]

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Enhance Your Impact: Half-Day Conference

Enhance Your Impact Half-Day Conference Description The Western New York Service-Learning Coalition hopes that Embrace Your Impact: Collaborations of Passion, Knowledge, and Action will be a learning symposium designed to elevate thinking, ideas and practices that can create positive shifts in the work higher education faculty and staff, college students, and community organization staff members conduct […]

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The Shakespeare Comes to (716)

Anon(ymous) The Shakespeare comes to (716) theater ensemble of courageous refugees and native Buffalonians brings you this new work “Be on Shakespeare.” Don’t miss it! Thursday, February 6 and 13 at 7 p.m. POTS is home at school number 77 performing in the stunning Ujima theater, located at 370 Normal Ave., Buffalo, 14213. This is […]

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Medaille Children’s Literature Students Complete Community-Based Learning Project with the Buffalo City Mission

During the fall 2019 semester, students in Children’s Literature: From Ancient Myth to the Digital Age (ENG 375) completed a Community-Based Learning Project with the Buffalo City Mission. Led by instructor Megan Feifer, Ph.D., students researched, selected and delivered age-appropriate books for the Buffalo City Mission Cornerstone Manor’s Literacy Enrichment Afterschool Program (LEAP). The semester-long […]

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Medaille International Education Week

Medaille International Education Week International Education Week (IEW), November 18-22, 2019, is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and […]

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Buffalo Campus Canned Goods Drive for NACS

Drop off your canned goods to help out those in need! On Friday, November 1,  the Employee Engagement Committee is sponsoring a food drive, collecting non-perishable items to help the Native American Community Services (NACS). The mission of NACS is to help strengthen individuals and families, mentally, emotionally, physically, spiritually and financially. Visit the NACS’s […]

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