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Faculty research Panel

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

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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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Dr. Erion Presents at Philosophy of the City Research Group Conference


Professor of Philosophy Gerald J. Erion, Ph.D. presented his paper “Philosophy and The City Beautiful” at the University of Detroit Mercy on October 3. This paper outlines philosophical and historical roots of The City Beautiful movement in Buffalo, and was delivered as part of the annual Philosophy of the City Research Group conference. For more […]

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Dr. Alice Villaseñor to Speak About Jane Austen on Saturday at Pittsford Barnes & Noble


Dr. Alice Villaseñor has been asked to speak at the November meeting of the Central and Western New York Region of JASNA (the Jane Austen Society of North America).  The lecture will take place in the Community Room of the Pittsford Barnes and Noble at 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 16.  The event is free […]

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Dr. Alice Villaseñor Presents at the Annual General Meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America


Dr. Alice Villaseñor recently presented a lecture at the Annual General Meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA) in Colonial Williamsburg, VA.  Her presentation, “Edward Austen Knight’s Godmersham Library and Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey,” highlights the marginalia she has discovered in books from the estate library of one of Jane Austen’s brothers. […]

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Developmental Writing Professors Accepted to Present their Scholarship


Department of Interdisciplinary Studies professors Lucy Czesak and Kyle Shrader, who teach Developmental Reading and Writing in the English program, have recently been accepted to present a full session in Nashville, TN at the 44th annual NOSS (National Organization for Student Success) conference in March 2020. Using the integrated reading and writing exams they have created […]

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Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era


Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era (Routledge, 2019) features a co-authored essay from Medaille Assistant Professor of English, Megan Feifer. The edited collection of critical essays and poetry that investigate contemporary elegy within the black diaspora is available for pre-order at Amazon.     Posted By: Medaille College

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Dr. Helena Boersma Appointed to New York State Office of Professions Board of Trustees

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Dr. Helena Boersma was appointed to the New York State Office of Professions Board of Trustees to represent the profession of Clinical Mental Health Counselors.  Of particular interest to Dr. Boersma is working with officials to help change the language in the NYS licensure language that will allow LMHCs to work within statewide mental health and behavioral health agencies. […]

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Dr. Bowker’s Latest Book Released: “Misinterest: Essays, Pensées, and Dreams”

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Dr. Matt Bowker, Assistant Professor of the Practice in Political Science in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, recently published a collection of expository essays, pensées and dream-transcripts under the title, Misinterest: a neologism Bowker employs to explore the nature and meaning of the destruction of interest and its objects. If interest goes missing, Bowker worries, […]

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Dr. Dunkle Chairs a Panel Discussion at the 51st EUCEN Conference in Aveiro, Portugal


Dr. Susan Dunkle, Associate Professor in the Department of Education, attended the 51st EUCEN Conference in Aviero, Portugal this June. EUCEN is the European University Continuing Education Network, that “is a multidisciplinary European association for University Lifelong Learning” (EUCEN, 2019). This year’s conference focused on the following questions: How can Lifelong Learning and Continuing Education […]

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