Study and Lunch Event

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The Say Yes Team at Medaille is holding a study and lunch event on Monday, October 21 from 12-3 p.m. All students are invited to come to H109 to have a quiet place to study for exams or to work on homework. The first 40 Say Yes Scholars to RSVP will have lunch, and the office will […]

Posted by: The Say Yes Medaille Team

Freshmen Honors Begin With the End in Mind

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On October 7, first-year Honors students met with Christina Van Dewater of Career Services to align their academic goals as freshmen with the long-term success of graduation in mind. Posted By: Honors Program

Posted by: Honors Program

Join Us for an Author Visit on November 4

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The Education Graduate Student Society and the Medaille College Library invite you to help kick of the Western New York Children’s Book Expo (WNYCBE) Kid’s Lit Week with and author and illustrator visit! Join us on Monday, November 4 for pizza, cupcakes and conversation from 5-5:45 p.m. in Huber Hall room 208, followed by a presentation […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

Graduate School Workshop

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Join Career Planing to learn how to navigate the application process, explore program options, prepare for entrance exams and more! Posted By: Career Planning

Posted by: Career Planning

Say Yes Meet and Greet


The Say Yes Medaille team hosted a kick-off meet and greet for Say Yes Scholars on Monday, September 9. Students were invited to have pizza and participate in games and giveaways. It was a successful event, with around 100 students in attendance! The team was joined by staff from both Medaille and Say Yes Buffalo. […]

Posted by: Say Yes Medaille

Medaille Education Alumni Present a Tech Talk: Technology Integration in the P-12 Classroom


On Saturday, June 15, the Education Graduate Student Society hosted a Tech Talk panel presentation. Medaille alumni and tech experts Dana Comas-Baez ’12, Sarah Dormandy ’17 and Victoria Kozoduj ’18 from The Charter School for Applied Technologies presented on technology integration to support the curriculum while engaging and motivating students in the P-12 classrooms. They […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

CMHC Students and Faculty Participate in New York State Lobby Day

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Medaille’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) students and program director joined with over 50 peers from all corners of New York State to lobby for changes in the state licensure bill. The New York State Lobby Day was a huge success. The group met with assembly and senator members who represent many districts throughout the state. It was a […]

Posted by: Dr. Helena Boersma

Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Mental Health


Next Wednesday, the Medaille PsyD Graduate Student Association is hosting a consortium on “Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Mental Health.” This event is open, and anyone interested is welcome to attend. Topics will include gaming therapy, holistic therapies, music therapy, animal-assisted therapy, and trauma therapy for children. It will be held on April 3 at 6 p.m. in […]

Posted by: Cindy Temple

Edcuation Majors Receive Tips on Interviewing


Students in the Education Department joined Dr. Jeff Faunce for a Future Teachers Club Event: Interviews and Resumes. Students learned valuable inside information about the interview process. Dr. Faunce reviewed the Do’s and Don’ts of interviewing. Special thanks to Jessica Kozar for orchestrating the event and of course to Dr. Faunce for presenting this timely knowledge! […]

Posted by: Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson

Bingo Night!


The Future Teachers Club is hosting a Bingo Night on Wednesday, March 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the President’s Dining Room. The event is free, open to the entire Medaille community and for anyone age 5 and up. Bring your friends and family with you. We will have prizes and snacks for all ages! We look forward […]

Posted by: Future Teachers Club