Faculty Dialogues Part 2

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Save the date! Our second Faculty Dialogues Event is taking place Wednesday, May 24 at 5 p.m. in the Library. Faculty members from across the campus will be participating. Join us for some interesting conversation and light refreshments. Posted By: Dr. Colleen Wilkinson

Posted by: Dr. Colleen Wilkinson

Buffalo’s Future: New Jobs in the New Economy – Are We Ready?

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Buffalo’s Future: New Jobs in the New Economy – Are We Ready? Faculty and staff are invited to join us on Thursday, May 11 at 6 p.m. in the Lecture Hall for this next installment in our Buffalo’s Future Series. There will be a welcome reception with drinks and light refreshments held at 5:30 p.m. in […]

Posted by: College Relations

UG Admissions Holds Final Accepted Students Celebrations of 2017


The Undergraduate Admissions office hosted the final Accepted Students Celebrations of the year on April 19 and April 23, with 90 students and their families in attendance. The majority of the students present already deposited and will be attending Medaille this fall. Undergraduate Admissions would like to thank everyone involved in making the events such […]

Posted by: Medaille Marketing Group

Intercultural Dialogues at #BuffMarchforScience


On Saturday, April 22 the Intercultural Dialogues Committee hosted a sign-making party before the #BuffMarchforScience. This is the third and final event celebrating #medaillecommunities this year, and we look forward to more events in the fall. The group would like to thank Public Safety for transporting us to and from the march. If you are […]

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

Intercultural Dialogues Screening and Discussion of 13th


On Tuesday, April 18 the Intercultural Dialogues Committee hosted a screening and discussion of 13th, a documentary examining the racial injustices related to the U.S. prison system. Dr. Tim McCorry, Project Director of Medaille College at Albion Correction Facility, introduced the film and facilitated the discussion session that followed. This is the second event that […]

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

Walking and Running in Delaware Park


I need to prep for the Corporate Challenge, and I figure others might want to as well. So I thought we could organize a group of runners and walkers to make getting ready for the race more fun. If we get enough people interested, we can have several times a week where people can go […]

Posted by: Nick Koziol

March for Science with the Intercultural Dialogues Committee


The Intercultural Dialogues committee invites all members of the Medaille community to join us on Saturday for the Buffalo March for Science! We will make signs in the Library at 11 a.m.(supplies provided!), and we will begin running shuttles to and from the march at noon. For more information or to sign up, please email […]

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

Screening and Discussion of 13th–Tuesday, April 18 @ 6 p.m.

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The Medaille College Interdialogues Committee invites the entire Medaille community to a screening and discussion of 13th. This event will take Tuesday, April 18 at 6 p.m. in Main 234. Pizza and Refreshments will be served! Posted By: Alice Villaseñor

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

Take Back The Night


Take Back the Night begins at 5:30 p.m. TONIGHT. This special event is part of a nationwide sexual assault awareness program. Take Back the Night is sponsored by the Wellness Center, Public Safety, the Criminal Justice Club and SGA.  Please join us for dinner and an informative conversation with our guest speakers, Earl Wells-Director of Medaille Public […]

Posted by: Rosalina Rizzo

Intercultural Dialogues Committee Events


The Intercultural Dialogues Committee would like to thank everyone who shared #1thing at the March 22 open mic event celebrating #medaillecommunities! Faculty, staff and students celebrated the diversity of Medaille’s communities through the sharing of poetry, music, stories, opinions, personal experiences and cultural traditions. Special thanks to the library for hosting. Thanks, also, to Dr. […]

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor