Honors Student Council Contributes to SUN Fund and Animal Welfare

The Honors Student Council raised money to donate $115 to Medaille’s SUN (Student Urgent Need) Fund, and another $115 to PAWS (Providing Animals with Safety), which supports local animal shelters. Posted By: Bridgette Slavin

Posted by: Bridgette Slavin

Graduate Students and Professor Co-Present at NEERO Conference

On Friday, April 30, Dr. Christine Woodcock, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education, will be co-presenting at the virtual conference of the New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) with Kelli Gage and Kristy Crosby, two of Medaille’s graduate students from the Elementary Education (MSEd) program. The title of the work is, “Literacy is a […]

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Prelude 2020 Is Live!

Please take some time to enjoy what students in ENG 330: Prelude Practicum, and members of Medaille’s Prelude Club, have produced this year: https://www.medaille.edu/prelude-2020-literary-magazine It is their gift to the entire Medaille community at a time when we need it most. They deserve so much gratitude and admiration for their hard work. Please reach out […]

Posted by: Kyle James Shrader

Alum Larry Mietus ’05 Quoted in HR Magazine

We are excited to share that Larry Mietus ’05, an alumnus (of our very first MAOL cohort!), former adjunct instructor, and current member of the Department of Business, Management & Leadership Advisory Board has been quoted in the August 2019 issue of HR Magazine, the most widely read and respected HR publication in the world, with  a […]

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First-Year Experience Concludes Spring “Power of You” Leadership Program With Certificate Ceremony

Medaille College’s First-Year Experience (FYE) Program recently wrapped up its six-week, spring 2019 “Power of You” leadership certificate series that featured facilitator Tamara McMillan and Sean Covey’s The Seven Habits of Highly Effective College Students. This personal “learn-shop” was designed to assist students with creating greater success in college and in life. Scholars were acquainted […]

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New Members Initiated into Mental Health National Honor Society

On Tuesday, February 19, the Medaille clinical mental health counseling program was pleased to welcome new initiates into the Mu Eta Delta chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, the national honor society for counseling. CSI is an international honor society that values academic and professional excellence in counseling and promotes a strong professional identity through members […]

Posted by: Dr. Don Nowak

MBA Students Present Capstone Business Plans

Students in Professor Sean Quinn’s MBA675 Capstone class presented their business plans upon completion of their MBA program on Tuesday, Dec 11. Whole Self LLC & Apana Fitness presented by: Ashlyn Bach, Lauren Delaney, Brett Hanford, Kellie Kubala, Traci Shoemaker and Jesse Zellner Queen City Market presented by: Allison White, Lauren Moore and Tarannum Khatra […]

Posted by: Susan Steffan

First-Year Experience Power of You Leadership Certificate Awardees

The First-Year Experience Program and Power of You Leadership Certificate Program would like to acknowledge and congratulate this year’s Certificate of Achievement awardees. Pictured left to right: Alexis Swanson, Amber Benjamin, Reilly Girard, James Bevelacqua, Kyla Hobbs, Dr. Ramsey, Dialo Stevens-Rivera, Hassan Mohamed, Stephan Shelton, and Daysha Laguerre. Awardees were required to participate in at […]

Posted by: James Louis Ramsey, Ph.D.

Medaille Graduate Students Collaborate With Professors on Paper for Addiction and Psychology Journal

An article written by three Medaille College graduate students, two Medaille faculty members and a local psychologist has been accepted for publication in the Open Access Journal of Addiction and Psychology. The article, titled “Behavioral Couples Therapy for Substance Use Disorders: Recommendations for Implementation,” was coauthored by: Medaille doctor of clinical psychology students Melissa Mahadeo, Emma […]

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Vet Tech Student Helps Train Labrador Retriever for Guiding Eyes Program (From Medaille’s Merit Page)

Medaille College student Brittney Schechterly recently helped train a Labrador Retriever named “Alan” for Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a nonprofit organization that provides trained dogs to people who are blind or visually impaired. Schechterly became involved in the program while a veterinary technology student at Medaille. “I loved dogs and wanted to do something that would positively impact […]

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