Dr. Jacob to Sign John Tavares Bio Along With the Lacrosse Legend

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Dr. Richard L. Jacob, a professor in Medaille’s Division of Management and Leadership and director of the College’s sport management program, recently authored a book about Buffalo Bandits lacrosse legend John Tavares. Titled “Soul to the Goal,” the book chronicles the life and career of the man many call the finest athlete in Buffalo sports […]

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A Progressive Critique of Contemporary Progressivism


Dr. Matt Bowker’s review essay on Henry Giroux’s latest book “America at War with Itself” appeared in the most recent issue of Logos: A Journal of Modern Society and Culture. The essay analyzes Giroux’s work while also reflecting more broadly on certain unfortunate tendencies on the intellectual Left, particularly the emotive, rather than intellectual, appeal of some […]

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Faculty Dialogues


Early-rising faculty from across the campus joined the Faculty Development Committee (FDC) for our first Faculty Dialogues Event on Saturday morning, April 8. FDC Travel award recipients Doug Anderson, Mark Lavatelli, Alice Villaseñor and Sarah Handley-Cousins presented their recent travel and research experiences. The event was organized by FDC and sponsored by the Office of […]

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Dr. Alice Villaseñor Presents at the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference


Dr. Alice Villaseñor recently spoke at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS), which took place this year in Minneapolis, MN. ASECS draws interdisciplinary scholars from around the globe who study all facets of the eighteenth century, including literature, history, art history and music. Dr. Villaseñor participated in a panel called […]

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Dr. Bowker Interviewed in The Atlantic


In his recent article on the psychological benefits of solitude for The Atlantic, Brent Crane interviewed Dr. Matt Bowker (Humanities) and discussed his recent and forthcoming work. A copy of the article, entitled “The Virtues of Isolation,” is available here: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/03/the-virtues-of-isolation/521100/. Posted By: Medaille College

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Article Written by Medaille Professors and Students to Be Published in Addiction Medicine Journal

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An article written by two Medaille College professors, two Medaille graduate students, a Medaille graduate, and a local psychologist has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science. The article, titled “Substance Use and Relationship Functioning: A Parallel Process,” was coauthored by Medaille assistant professors Dr. Keith Klostermann and René […]

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Faculty Dialogues

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Join us Saturday, April 8 for the Faculty Development Committee’s Faculty Dialogues. Medaille colleagues will speak about recent trips and present on their recent research efforts. We will be meeting in the Library from 9 to 11 a.m., and light refreshments will be served. Posted By: Colleen Wilkinson

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Homeland Security Adjunct Wins DHS Award


Congratulations to Medaille College Homeland Security Adjunct Jennifer Oar. On October 26, 2016, Mrs. Oar was presented with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary’s Award for Unity of Effort by former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson in Washington, DC. The Secretary’s Unity of Effort Award recognizes outstanding efforts in coordination across DHS by significantly improving […]

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New Volume on Psychoanalysis and Political Theory

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A new volume, entitled, D.W. Winnicott and Political Theory: Recentering the Subject, has been released in hardcover and electronic formats by Palgrave Macmillan. The volume was edited by Matt Bowker (Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Humanities) and Amy Buzby and features contributions from some of today’s most accomplished psycho-social theorists. It also contains an introduction […]

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Dr. Alice Villaseñor to Speak at Screening of Aisha, an Indian Adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma


On Saturday, March 18, Dr. Alice Villaseñor will be discussing Aisha—an Indian film adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma—at a screening of the film hosted by the Jane Austen Society of North America’s Central and Western New York Region. The screening and discussion will take place at 1 p.m. at the First Baptist Church on 175 […]

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