Donate Goods to 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 […]

Posted by: Michael Stllson

Medaille is a Collaborating Partner for the 5th Annual WNY Children’s Book Expo & KidsLit Week

Medaille College is proud to be a collaborating sponsor for the fifth annual Western New York Children’s Book Expo (WNYCBE) again this year!  We are looking for interested people to join Team Medaille and volunteer for the event.  Complete the volunteer form asap if you are interested in helping out with this wonderful community literacy event.  If […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

Engage in Census 2020: Resources for Campuses

Date and Time Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM EDT Add to Calendar Location Buffalo State College 1300 Elmwood Avenue Bulger Communication Center Room 424 Buffalo, NY 14222 View Map About this Event Census 2020 is approaching and its April 1, 2020 date presents an opportunity to bridge student learning with their […]

Posted by: Lisa Kragbé

Campus and Community Involvement Fair

Are you looking for a Community-Based Learning (CBL) partner for a CBL Project? Some community partners will be in attendance this Wednesday, September 11, for the Campus and Community Fair from 12-2 p.m. on the front lawn by the Sullivan Center (rain site is the Event’s Arena). Feel free to stop by to ask questions […]

Posted by: Lisa Kragbé

Students, Faculty and Staff Present at the WNY Service-Learning Coalition Conference

The March 2019 WNY Service-Learning Coalition Conference on “Unlocking Impact: Keys to Successful Partnerships” at Hilbert College featured a panel called “Children’s Literature at Medaille College and Buffalo City Mission LEAP Program: A Service-Learning Partnership.” The students in “Children’s Literature: From Ancient Myth to the Digital Age” at Medaille College work with Alice Villaseñor (Associate […]

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

Pathways Students and Staff Participate in a Day of Community Service at Compass House

Medaille’s third annual Pathways to Service Event took place last Saturday, December 1. Pathways Program students and staff, along with Medaille College trustee Howard K. Hitzel, Ph.D., spent the day organizing donations, helping with holiday prep, cleaning and making lunch for residents at Compass House, an organization that provides safe shelter and services to homeless […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

VET100/INT110 Students Donate to Buffalo Animal Shelter

Student’s from Val Macer’s VET 100 and Bridgette Slavin’s INT 110-07 classes collected donations of dog and cat food, blankets, toys, and collars for the Buffalo Animal Shelter as part of a service project for their Learning Community. The students and instructors would like to thank everyone who donated! Posted By: Bridgette Slavin

Posted by: Bridgette Slavin

WNY Children’s Book Expo & Kid’s Lit Week

Welcome to Kid’s Lit Week & the Western New York Children’s Book Expo!  Join Medaille College, Read to Succeed Buffalo, Monkey See, Monkey Do…Children’s Bookstore and presenting sponsor, BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York for the Western New York Children’s Book Expo 2018! The theme for this year’s WNY Children’s Book Expo is IMAGINE! IMAGINE 37 children’s authors/illustrators […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

College Writing Students complete CBL “Read to Me Project” with the Recourse Council of Western New York

Assistant Professor Lucy Czesak and the international students in her Advanced College Writing for Multilingual Students course (ENG 202) partnered with the Resource Council of Western New York on Thursday, April 12. Each Medaille student was able to read a book and create a craft with a child during the after-school program. Each child who […]

Posted by: Brianne Santana

College English-as-a-Second Language Students complete CBL “Read to Me Project” with the Recourse Council of Western New York

Assistant Professor Ping Zhu and the international students in her College English-as-a-Second Language Conversation course (ESL 110) partnered with the Resource Council of Western New York on Thursday, April 24. Each Medaille student was able to read a book and create a craft with a child during the after-school program. Each child who participated was […]

Posted by: Brianne Santana