Please Welcome Rachel Spink

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Rachel joins Medaille as a Say Yes to Education Student Advocate. She is located in H119 at Ext. 2169. Welcome to Medaille, Rachel! Posted By: Human Resources

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Please Welcome Jodi Hammond-Axberg

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Jodi begins Monday, July 22 as Medaille’s new Grants Manager. She will be located in 2 Agassiz, Ext. TBD. Welcome to Medaille! Posted By: Human Resources

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

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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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Dr. Alice Villaseñor Presents at the Children’s Literature Association Conference

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In June, Alice Villaseñor, Ph.D., participated in the “Activism and Empathy” Children’s Literature Association Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Her presentation — “A Children’s Literature Service-Learning Project: Developing Students’ Empathy” — outlined her experiences teaching children’s literature courses in partnership with the Buffalo City Mission’s Literacy and Enrichment After-School Program (LEAP) Program. Dr. Villaseñor is pictured […]

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Dr. Bowker Publishes New Book on Destroyed-World Fantasies

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Matthew Bowker, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of the Practice in Political Science in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, just published one of two recent titles: The Destroyed World and the Guilty Self: A Psychoanalytic Study of Culture and Politics (with David P. Levine). The book was published by Phoenix Publishing House (formerly Karnac Books) and is […]

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Medaille Gives Back to the Western New York Community Through Annual Day of Service Events

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Living out community as one of Medaille’s core values, College administration, faculty and staff members gave back to the Western New York community by volunteering at local organizations as part of 2019 Day of Service events held in Buffalo and Rochester last week. Read the full news story, including quotes from participants. Photos from all […]

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Please Welcome Errika Brooks

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Errika Brooks begins July 15 as the Assistant Director of Admissions, Post-Traditional and Graduate Programs, Rochester. She will be located at the Rochester campus, Ext. TBD. Welcome to Medaille! Posted By: Human Resources

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Dr. Matt Bowker’s Cross-Cultural Study of Hikikomori (i.e., Severe Social Isolation) to Be Published in the Journal of Genetic Psychology

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A new study by Department of Interdisciplinary Studies Assistant Professor of the Practice in Political Science Matt Bowker, Ph.D., and colleagues from around the world entitled, “Severe Social Withdrawal: Cultural Variation in Past Hikikomori Experiences of University Students in Nigeria, Singapore, and the US” will appear in a 2020 issue of the Journal of Genetic Psychology. It will […]

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Please Welcome Shana Richardson

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Shana Richardson begins Monday, July 8 as the Director of the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP). Shana will be temporarily located in H201, Ext TBD. Welcome to your new position! Posted By: Human Resources

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Department of Education Chair Participates in Council for Exceptional Children Leadership Institute

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Colleen Wilkinson, Ph.D., chair of Medaille’s Department of Education, participated in the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Leadership Institute in Washington D.C. this month. Topics discussed included the State of the Profession of Special Education, Advocacy, and Professional Development needs of our novice and experienced teachers in the field. As a member of the Executive […]

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