TRiO SSS Awareness Week

TRiO SSS Awareness Week Many Faces of TRiO … Get to Know Us! Monday, October 19-23 Alumni Panel Please join us for a virtual panel, this week Wednesday, October 21 at 12:30 p.m. We are celebrating TRiO Awareness Week and will be speaking with four former Medaille TRiO students about their educational and professional journeys. […]

Posted by: Lisa Krabgé

Dr. Riegel Presents at International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP) Conference

On Wednesday October 14, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Dr. Caitlin Riegel presented at the International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP) Conference. She presented independently on “Preparing for Distance Learning: Elements of Effective Professional Development” as well as co-presented with Dr. Rosina Mete, a registered psychotherapist located in Canada, on “Mental Health in the […]

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Stress During COVID-19

Sometimes our focus is on being reactive instead of proactive, and that can increase stress levels. Try some of the helpful hints listed in the flyer to reduce stress and be proactive! Posted By: Wellness Center

Posted by: Wellness Center

Dr. Alice Villaseñor Is a Plenary Panelist at the 2020 Jane Austen Society of North America Annual General Meeting

Dr. Alice Villaseñor is a plenary panelist at this week’s Virtual Jane Austen Society of North America Annual General Meeting, which will be attended by Austen readers from around the globe. The panel—“Responding to Austen’s Juvenilia in the 21st Century”—also features authors Soniah Kamal and Robert Rodi and is moderated by Dr. Juliette Wells. More information […]

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October Is Depression Awareness Month

Stressful situations like recent national events and the COVID-19 pandemic can increase depression symptoms. If you or someone you know is feeling depressed, there is help. Posted By: Wellness Center-Student Counseling Services

Posted by: Wellness Center-Student Counseling Services

Marketing Speaker Event Proves to Be a Success

On Wednesday, September 30, the Department of Business Management & Leadership hosted a virtual professional speaker event on Blackboard Collaborate. Our guest speaker was Wegmans Brand Product Manager Haley Short. Ms. Short gave a very informative presentation on what her job as a product manager entails and how a product goes through the product development […]

Posted by: Susan Steffan

Dr. Riegel Selected to Receive Glen Earthman Outstanding Dissertation Award

Dr. Caitlin Riegel, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education, has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 Glen Earthman Outstanding Dissertation Award. This honor is given out by the International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP) in recognition of outstanding dissertations related to all aspects of educational planning and program implementation on the […]

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Freshman Sam Messing Wins New Laptop, 97 New Students Complete Blackboard Training

The Medaille College Office of Academic Affairs, in collaboration with Undergraduate Admissions and the Office of Online Learning, came together to sponsor an incentive program for freshmen and transfer students, as part of New Student Orientation this fall. These new students were presented with training to develop their Blackboard and online learning skills, while earning […]

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Flu Shot Clinics

This year, it is more important than ever to get your flu shot. Call the Wellness Center today at (716) 880-2112 to schedule your flu shot at one of our two on-campus flu shot clinics! Posted By: Wellness Center

Posted by: Wellness Center

Suicide Prevention Month

September is suicide prevention month.  Learn more about how to help at For local, 24-hour hotline help, Crisis Services is only a phone call away at (716) 834-3131.  You are encouraged to save this number to your phone in case you or someone you know ever needs assistance. Posted By: Wellness Center, Student Counseling […]

Posted by: Wellness Center, Student Counseling Services