Professional Speaker Event on Marketing

When: Friday March 20 at 2 p.m. Where: Main 301 Our Special Guest Speaker: Haley Short, MBA, Wegmans Brand Product Manager from the Corporate Offices of Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, NY Haley will share real-world marketing experience on product promotion, distribution, managing brands and logistics. She will be happy to answer questions about careers in […]

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Coordinated Community Response Team Trains for Upcoming Year

Medaille staff and community partners attended a Technical Training Institute in Atlanta, Georgia, from March 2 to March 4, sponsored by the Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women in accordance with the grant Medaille received in October 2018 to address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. These individuals comprise the Core […]

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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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Please Welcome Jessica Franklin

Jessica joins Medaille as the Head Coach for Women’s Field Hockey. She is located in the Sullivan Center first floor Athletic Suite at Ext. 2186. Welcome to Medaille, and go Mavericks! Posted By: Human Resources

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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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Paranormal Club Investigates Historic Mansion

The Medaille Paranormal Club collaborated with students from Alfred State University on February 21 to investigate the historic Van Horn mansion in Newfane, New York. Posted By: Paranormal Club

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Students and Faculty Attend Lecture by Yusef Salaam

The Honors Program sponsored students and faculty to attend UB’s Distinguished Lecture Series on February 24, which featured criminal justice advocate and member of the “Central Park Five” Yusef Salaam. In 1989, at 15 years of age, Salaam and four other teenage boys of color were convicted of the rape and attempted murder of a […]

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Social Sciences Panel

Social Sciences Panel Q&A February 26, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Huber 208 All students are invited to come meet successful Medaille alumni, and learn where their degree can take them! Participating Panelists: Robert Bennett, Ph.D., LMHC, CASAC ’02, ’10, Director of Inpatient Behavioral Health and Behavioral Health Emergency Department, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center Brianna […]

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Please Welcome Karen Gutierrez Serna

Karen Begins today as an Academic Advisor for Upward Bound. She will be located in 91 Humboldt at Ext. TBD. Welcome to Medaille, Karen! Posted By: Human Resources

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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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