Education Graduate Students Present at NFRC Spring Event

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On Wednesday, April 26, two Medaille College MSED students presented poster presentations at the Niagara Frontier Reading Council spring professional development event on Media Literacy in the Era of “Fake News.” “Fake News” is a hot topic trending in education. Students presented as part of their Technology for the Elementary Classroom course, under the guidance of […]

Posted by: Department of Education

Grab a Plate!

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Please join the Student CEC for spaghetti and raffle baskets! Our Spaghetti Dinner is April 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Sullivan Center. Dinner includes pasta, rolls, meatballs, salad and beverages. Funds raised will support grad students traveling to Albany for the NYS Council for Exceptional Children Conference in the fall. Posted By: […]

Posted by: Dr. Colleen Wilkinson

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

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On Monday, April 2, Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Lori V. Quigley joined first and second-year students for the First-Year Experience Speaker Series “Getting to Second Base: Reflections on the First-Year Experience and the Transition to the Second-Year Experience.” Dr. Quigley reminded students, there are only four weeks of classes remaining in the spring term. […]

Posted by: James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D.

Bingo Night!

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Future Teachers Club is hosting a Bingo Night on Wednesday, April 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the President’s Dining Room! Posted By: Future Teachers Club

Posted by: Future Teachers Club

First-Year Experience Power of You Leadership Development Program

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This past Monday, March 19, First-Year Experience celebrated eight, first-year scholars who completed the Power Of You Leadership Development Program. The eight scholars are Tavon Brimmage, Kabura Elias, Stanley Simpson, Charlotte Chamberlain-Ellis, Mariah Sanders, Dajsha Laguerre, Qurana Honey Brown and Aliyah Dandy. The scholars participated in the DAB Your Way to Success Learnshop presented by Tamara […]

Posted by: James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D.

The Education Graduate Student Society Sponsors Humor in the Classroom Event

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On March 24, the Education Graduate Student Society (EGSS) sponsored “Humor in the Classroom” for graduate education students. Colleen Kelley, a verteran teacher for the Williamsville School District presented a fun and timely presentation on the use of humor in the classroom to engage, motivate, and encourage happiness and positive energy with children while they […]

Posted by: Department of Education

Spring Event

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Future Teachers Club Presents: The Spring Event! Wednesday, March 21, 2018 6:30-8 p.m. President’s Dining Room For children of all ages! Come for games, crafts, dancing, face painting and more! We look forward to celebrating spring with you and your family. We will see you there!   Posted By: Future Teachers Club

Posted by: Future Teachers Club

First-Year Experience Welcomes Author, Motivational Speaker and Community Activist Sha-Teek Howze to the Speaker Series

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Main Building 333 was the setting this past Monday February 12 for the First-Year Experience and Developmental Education Speaker Series presentation, featuring Sha-Teek Howze, Sr., entitled “Triumph over Tragedy.” The title of his book is What Did I Say? It’s Something Like Poetry! Howze met with Dr. Ramsey and Medaille undergrads, and he recounted his early […]

Posted by: First-Year Experience and Developmental Education

How I Landed My Job

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Come join the Office of Career Planning as Medaille Alumni speak about their professional journey on Wednesday, February 21 at 12:30 p.m. in the Events Arena. Catered lunch will be provided and all are welcome at this event.  Posted By: Jacquelynn Akins

Posted by: Jacquelynn Akins

Communication Students on WBFO

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The students from our radio station WMCB, the Fuze, offered their insights about dealing with on-air language in this great story from WBFO. Check it out: http://news.wbfo.org/post/when-do-students-cross-line-campus-radio! Posted By: Juli Hinds

Posted by: Juli Hinds