Medaille Professor to Perform at Benefit for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

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You are invited to attend  “Rock for the Cure,” a benefit for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, which will be held on Friday October 13 at 8 p.m. at the Tralf Music Hall, 622 Main St. Come join Professor Mike Lillis and “The Kensingtons” in their fight to find a cure. Tickets are available at […]

Posted by: Michael P. Lillis, Ph.D.

FYE Varied Voices Panel Discussions

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The First-Year Experience and Development Education wrapped up the second day of its Varied Voices Panel Discussions. Yesterday’s first session featured the visiting Woodrow Wilson Fellow, author and translator, Achy Obejas. Along with Obejas, upperclassmen Uranc Dour, Kristine Snyder, Joshua Powell and Javonne Bolden explored their own sociocultural transition from high school to college for […]

Posted by: James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D.

First-Year Experience The Power of You Leadership Certificate Program

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It was a full house for today’s kick-off of the First-Year Experience The Power of You Leadership Certificate Program. The Power of You is an eight-week “learn-shop” that helps first-year students with experiential learning, community-building and leadership opportunities. Facilitator Tamara McMillan engaged our first-year students and peer mentors in a positive and uplifting “Getting to […]

Posted by: James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D.

First-Year Experience Speaker Series “Getting to Second Base: Reflections on the Transition to the Second-Year Experience”

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On Wednesday April 5, 2017, the First-Year Experience Speaker Series special guest was Dr. Lori V. Quigley, Medaille College Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. Quigley shared her own first-year experiences and offered words of wisdom to first-year students as they make the transition to second-year students here at Medaille College. Posted By: James Louis […]

Posted by: James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D.

Liberal Studies Majors and Career Fest

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Medaille students, faculty and professional staff from Academic Advising, Career Planning, Alumni Engagement and the First-Year Experience gathered, last Friday April 21, for a group picture after the first Liberal Studies Majors and Career Fest held in the President’s Dining Room. Thank you to Tyler Welsh, Lindy Feider, Carol Cullinan and Dr. Rich Jacob for […]

Posted by: James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D.

Update to Family Spring Event

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Future Teacher’s Club Presents: Family Spring Event Tuesday, April 18 This event is a fun night out for the whole family, especially the children! We will have games, prizes, cookie decoration, egg dying, coloring contests and more! There will no longer be a pancake dinner before the event begins. The activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. […]

Posted by: Future Teachers Club

Spring Event

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Future Teacher’s Club Presents: The Spring Event Tuesday, April 18 This event is a fun night out for the whole family, especially the children! We will have games, prizes, cookie decoration, egg dying, coloring contests and more! There will be a pancake dinner at 6 p.m. on the second floor of the Sullivan Center for the […]

Posted by: Future Teachers Club

Cookies, Prizes and Pasta!

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Please join the Student Council for Exceptional Children chapter here at Medaille College in the Sullivan Center on Thursday March 30 from 5-7 p.m. for a Spaghetti Dinner and much more. There will be a bake sale and a basket raffle including Darien Lake passes, many restaurant certificates, beauty baskets and more. Tickets are $8 and […]

Posted by: Dr. Colleen Wilkinson

Graduate Education Students Participate in STEAM Event

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On Saturday, March 25, Division of Education graduate students participated in a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) paint party. Artist and MSED Elementary Education student, Chantelle Culver along with education student, Viviana Montalban-Jones, facilitated the event. They highlighted the importance of teaching art in education to develop individual creativity, interest and engagement in […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

Pasta Party!

Save the date: March 30th the Medaille Student Chapter of Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner at the Sullivan Center. $8 plate includes spaghetti, roll, meatballs, salad, and a chance to win a door prize. While you are there, participate in the basket raffle and buy a yummy snack at the bake sale! […]

Posted by: Colleen Wilkinson