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

Freshman Read Essay Contest Winners

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Congratulations to Jasmine Fisher, Charlotte Ellis-Chamberlin and Rachel Koone for their award-winning essays on The Art of Racing in the Rain. The winners wrote from the perspective of an animal observing what it means to be human. Great work! Posted By: Erika Hamann

Posted by: Erika Hamann

Holiday Drive

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The Future Teachers Club is collecting items for the Health Science Charter School in Buffalo this holiday season. Please bring items you would like to donate to Huber 105 by Friday, December 1. Basic Items: Toothbrushes/toothpaste Deodorant Soap/Body Wash Lotion Shampoo/Conditioner Lip Gloss/Chap stick Brushes, Combs, Hair Accessories Nail polish, Body Spray, Make-Up Gifts: Kids: […]

Posted by: Future Teachers Club

Graduate Education Students Get Creative

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On Saturday, November 4, the Education Graduate Student Society (EGSS) sponsored a Make-N-Take event for graduate education students. The presenter of the event was Mrs. Sue Bush, an education consultant and teacher with over 30 years of experience. The M.S.Ed. education majors participated in educational conversations and hands on activities where they created activities for their […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

Pathways Halloween Mixer Draws a Large Crowd

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Our Pathways Halloween Mixer on October 27 drew a great crowd! A team of peer mentors helped plan and facilitate the event, which had a stress relief theme. Pathways is Medaille’s educational and supportive mentoring program for first-year students. Thank you to all who made the event possible. Posted By: Medaille College Office of Communications

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

2nd Annual FYE Liberal Studies Majors and Career Fest

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The 2nd Annual First-Year Experience Liberal Studies Majors and Career Fest was held on Friday, October 20 in the Fourth Floor Lounge. The FYE Majors and Career Fest was an opportunity for first-year students and others to hear about exciting majors, minors, internships, networking, career opportunities, and ways to get involved here on the Medaille […]

Posted by: First-Year Experience and Developmental Education

First-Year Experience Power of You Scavenger Hunt

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The First-Year Experience Power of You Scavenger Hunt was a fun chance for three teams of first-year students and peer mentors to venture out and make connections with vital campus resources. This event was held on October 16, and Dr. Ramsey would like to thank Career Planning, Financial Aid, Academic Advising, Medaille Bookstore, Medaille Library, […]

Posted by: First-Year Experience and Developmental Education

Future Teachers attend NYS Council for Exceptional Children Conference

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Students from the undergraduate and graduate education programs at Medaille attended the NYS CEC conference in Binghamton, NY this weekend. The future teachers attended sessions on behavior strategies, students with IEPs, co-teaching methods and more! Experts from across the country presented and inspired. At the conference, students met with State CEC board members, and the students submitted […]

Posted by: Dr. Colleen Wilkinson

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.