Dr. Alice Villaseñor’s Review of Autumn de Wilde’s Emma (2020)

Several of you have been kind enough to ask me, “What did you think of the new Emma film adaption?” My answer is on the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies website. Read it here. Posted By: Alice Villaseñor

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

Dr. Riegel Presents at Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) Conference in Atlanta

On Friday February 28, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education at Medaille College Caitlin Riegel, Ph.D., presented at the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) Conference in Atlanta, GA. Her presentaiton, titled “Measuring Advanced-Level Program Impact: Examining Program Completer and Employer Satisfaction,” focused on pragmatic data collection methods for accreditation. […]

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Dr. Ramsey Presents at Retention & Success of Students of Color in Higher Education Conference

On Friday February 29, Medaille College Assistant Professor of the Practice in Interdisciplinary Studies James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D., presented at the SUNY Erie Community College Retention & Success of Students of Color in Higher Education Conference. His topic was “How Low-Income Students Succeed at College.” According to Dr. Ramsey, only about 56% of all students […]

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Recent Publication About Salamander Limb Regeneration Coauthored by Medaille Biology Faculty

Program Director for Biology in the Department of Science, Mathematics & Technology Dr. M. Ryan Woodcock is co-author of a recent publication in the Journal Data in Brief, entitled “A de novo reference transcriptome for Bolitoglossa vallecula, an Andean mountain salamander in Colombia.” View this paper online. The salamanders and newts make up an order […]

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English Program’s Dr. Gregory McCann to Co-Star on Discovery Channel This Wednesday!

Dr. Gregory McCann, an adjunct faculty member in Medaille’s English Program, will be costarring on the Discovery Channel’s Expedition Unknown X show this Wednesday at 8 p.m. There will be two episodes aired on Wednesday, and Greg is featured in the second show, which is about the “Tek Tek” or Tropical Yeti of Cambodia. For […]

Posted by: Mary Louise Hill

English Professor Accepts Editorial Position at Local Journal of Dark Literature

Because there are still a few, pesky unclaimed hours in each work week, English Professor Kyle James Shrader has accepted a role as Editor of Creative Nonfiction and Short Criticism with the locally-based online literary journal, Coffin Bell. He is more enthused about this newest endeavor than his public safety headshot suggests! Take a look […]

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Medaille English Professors Accepted to Present at Second National Conference This March

Medaille English Program / Department of Interdisciplinary Studies professors Lucy Czesak and Kyle Shrader have been accepted to present at TASS (Teaching Academic Survival Skills) 2020 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from March 29-April 1. This presentation, titled “Putting the R in IRW Student Assessment,” will be their second such national conference presentation of the semester […]

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Marketing Faculty Member Serves as AMA Collegiate Case Competition Judge

During the 2019 winter break,  Charles D. Clark, MBA, Assistant Professor of the Practice – Marketing and MBA Program Director, served as a judge for the American Marketing Association (AMA) 2019-20 Collegiate Case Competition. This annual event brings together marketing students from active AMA collegiate chapters across the country to work on a marketing challenge […]

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Faculty Present Research and Creative Projects

On November 18, members of the Medaille community gathered to celebrate the inaugural Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creativity Panel, hosted by the Honors Program. Six faculty members, who represent many of Medaille College’s departments and programs, presented recent or ongoing research and creative projects. The panelists included: Mary Lou Hill (Professor, Program Director, English), Jianzhen […]

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Dr. Reichenberg Highlights Medaille’s Literacy Education Program at the New York State Reading Association Conference

Assistant Professor and Program Director for Literacy Education Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg served on the opening panel of the New York State Reading Association’s Annual Conference in Albany on November 14. The conference brought together literacy educators from across the state, and Dr. Reichenberg discussed how Medaille is implementing the International Literacy Association’s revised Standards for […]

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