2019 Graduates Walk the Stage and Celebrate Their Achievements at Medaille Commencement Ceremonies

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On May 17, Medaille College’s 2019 graduates walked the stage and accepted their diplomas at the College’s graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies. Read the commencement recap at medaille.edu/news, and visit media.medaille.edu to view and download photos from both ceremonies. In addition, search #MedailleGrad19 on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for social media highlights. Posted By: Medaille […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

Take Back the Night 2019


The Wellness Center, Public Safety, the Student Government Association, the Student Activities Board, Residence Life, the Black Student Union, the PsyD Graduate Government Association and Photography Club are ending the silence about sexual violence on college campuses and taking back the night on April 30 at 5 p.m. in the President’s Dining Room. Join them […]

Posted by: The Wellness Center

Faculty and Staff Are Invited to a Spring-Themed Paint Night

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Paint Night is back by popular demand, after selling out last year! Maria Federio from Colorful Creations will again serve as the painting instructor for the evening, and will lead guests in creating their own variation of the pictured floral portrait. Join us on Wednesday, April 17 to let your inner artist out while enjoying […]

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Buffalo’s Future: Becoming the 8th Largest City

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NEW DATE! Buffalo’s Future: Becoming the 8th Largest City Wednesday, March 27, 2019 6-8 p.m. Presentation/Q&A 5:30 p.m. Welcome Reception Medaille College Lecture (Inside the Main Building), 18 Agassiz Circle, Buffalo, 14214 Whether you were born and raised in Buffalo or moved here to enjoy our great city, how much do you really know about its history? What […]

Posted by: Katharine Cassens

Student Scholarship, Research & Creativity Day

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All students are invited to participate in Medaille’s 3rd annual Student Research, Scholarship & Creativity Day! Join us for a symposium of presentations and posters showcasing research, scholarship and creativity from graduate and undergraduate students all across campus. Students can view more info and complete the form for participation here. Students who participate in the […]

Posted by: Academic Affairs

Want to Get Recruited by Employers? Develop Your LinkedIn


Learn the tools necessary to build your professional presence on social media Create an effective profile Make connections Network with employers Posted By: Career Planning

Posted by: Career Planning

Marquis Burton Write Thing Event on Thursday, February 21

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Please join us for our next Write Thing Event featuring spoken word poet, Marquis “Ten Thousand” Burton. The event will take place in the Main Building 4th Floor Café at 7 p.m. on Thursday, February 21.  Coffee, tea and baked goods will be served.  This event is free and open to the public, so please […]

Posted by: Dr. Alice Villaseñor

Learn More About Buffalo’s Unique History on Jan. 31

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Buffalo’s College is embracing #BuffaLove by celebrating our city’s rich history on January 31. Join Executive Director of the Buffalo History Museum Melissa Brown and Erie County Historian Doug Kohler, along with other local experts, for “Buffalo’s Future: Becoming the 8th Largest City.” Register now to secure your spot for this fun, fact-filled evening. *This […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

FYE Presents Women of Merit and Men of Merit Networking Luncheons

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The last Women of Merit luncheon for the fall 2018 semester brought two Medaille alumnae back to campus on Wednesday, November 14. Associate Professor Terri Borchers, Ph.D., J.D. led Margaret Scott ’07 and Shelby Boyd ’15, ’17 in a discussion about maximizing educational and career opportunities. The women shared their journeys, insights and keys to […]

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Watch Rick Hill’s Presentation on the Influence of Ancient Indigenous Culture on Modern Democracy


In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Medaille College hosted a presentation by Rick Hill on November 19 exploring how the Great Law of Peace of the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations) influenced the Founding Fathers, Karl Marx and the Women’s Suffragette Movement. This presentation, sponsored by the Medaille College Office of Diversity and Inclusion, examined how […]

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