Tell Your Story – Open Mic

Tell Your Story – Open Mic Your story is yours and yours alone. What segment of your story would you be willing to share? Come and share stories, images or music with us! Date: Tuesday, March 3 Time: 6 p.m. Location: Library  FREE FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS! All students, faculty, and staff are welcome! #MedailleCommunities Contact […]

Posted by: Lisa Kragbé

Write Thing Reading Series Guest Bianca McGraw to Present Symposium on Bullying

Before she performs for us on the evening of February 20, Bianca McGraw will be leading an interactive workshop on bullying. This event will occur from 4 – 5:30 p.m. in Huber 206, and is open to the Medaille community. You probably have seen the sign around campus announcing this. Please know that the slightly […]

Posted by: Mary Louise Hill

The Write Thing Reading Series Presents Bianca McGraw

Next Thursday, February 20, at 7 p.m. on the 4th Floor of the Main Building, Poet and Performance Artist Bianca McGraw will share her work as part of this year’s Write Thing Reading Series. Bianca promises an energetic and interactive event. For more information about Bianca, please see https://biancamcgraw.com/. The Write Thing Reading Series is […]

Posted by: Mary Louise Hill

Job & Internship Fair 2020: SAVE THE DATE

Medaille College’s annual Job/Internship Fair will be taking place on Wednesday, March 18 from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Sullivan Center Events Arena at the Buffalo Campus. We currently have over 40 employers registered to come to campus, with more signing up each day. Part-time, full-time, seasonal and internship opportunities are available for ALL majors! […]

Posted by: Career Planning

Watch Some Basketball!!

Medaille Basketball takes on local rival D’Youville on Wednesday, January 29, with the men playing at 6 p.m. and the women at 8 p.m. in the Sullivan Center. If you can’t come out to cheer on the Mavs, you can watch the live stream of the game. Our own Medaille communication students will be broadcasting […]

Posted by: Lisa Marsherall

Team Medaille Photos From WNY Children’s Book Expo and KidsLit Week

Medaille was honored to support the fifth annual WNY Children’s Book Expo earlier this month. This free children’s literacy gathering of local, national and international authors and illustrators celebrates the importance of reading with children, teachers and caregivers. View and download photos of Team Medaille’s involvement at the expo and other events during KidsLit Week at media.medaille.edu. […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

Fiction Writer Molly Dumbleton To Read for the Write Thing Reading Series This Thursday!

Thursday, November 7 at 7 p.m. on the 4th floor of the Main Building, fiction writer Molly Dumbleton will be reading from her fiction and taking audience questions. This event is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served! Molia Dumbleton’s short fiction has appeared in the New England Review, Kenyon Review, […]

Posted by: Mary Louise Hill

Medaille Kicks-Off Kid’sLit Week With Local Authors

The Education Graduate Student Society and the Medaille College Library celebrated the start of KidsLit Week with an author visit and social. On November 4, graduate and undergraduate students, along with Dr. Macur, faculty, staff and members of the local community, joined together to enjoy a meal and camaraderie before a presentation from Bridget Atlas-Callahan […]

Posted by: Mary Beth Scumaci

Honors Convocation and Presentation of the Dr. Brian R. Shero Teaching Excellence & Campus Leadership Award

On Friday, October 18, the College’s annual Honors Convocation and Honor Societies Induction Ceremonies recognized the academic achievements of our students. Chair of the Department of Business, Management and Leadership and Associate Professor of the Practice in Finance and Management Susan C. Steffan was also presented with the Dr. Brian R. Shero Teaching Excellence & Campus […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

Buffalo’s Future: The Impact of the Erie Canal

Join Medaille Associate Professor of History Daniel Kotzin and local author and historian Mark Goldman at 6 p.m. on October 24, as they explore the impact the Erie Canal had on Western New York during the 19th century. Held in the Main Building Lecture Hall. Reservations required, as seating is limited. Register for free at […]

Posted by: Stefanie Zakowicz