NEW YORK, January 20, 2015 –Team captains and their companies around the world can begin planning for the 13 races of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® Series in 2015. Posted By: Employee Engagement
Posted by: Employee Engagement
Medaille College Campus Ministry, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, and Athletic Teams have partnered with the Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo to provide Bears 4 the Kids. Posted By: Kayla Betacchini
Posted by: Kayla Betacchini
As the spring sports season kicks into high gear, I would like to invite all faculty and staff to join the Mavericks Athletic Department on Tuesday, April 9 at 8 a.m. in the Events Arena for a free breakfast to celebrate Medaille’s commitment to upholding the principles and traditions that are vital to the student-athlete experience.
I see you around town at the Turkey Trot, the Delaware Park ring, the Reindeer Run, etc.
Let’s get together this year June 6th for the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge.
The Medaille team is forming now.
The College will be supplying the hospitality tent and runners and walkers will contribute individual entry fees, $32 goes to a deserving non-profit (to be announced by JP Morgan soon).
This event is the largest party in Buffalo on June 6th, with about 13,000 participants expected. Come join us as a participant or as an enthusiastic supporter, it is sure to be a good time.
Sign up soon, I don’t want to have to start calling out people by name (Jerry Erion) : )
June 6th, register here:
Medaille staff and students recently returned from a trip to the Dominican Republic to teach children as part of the Outreach 360 Program.
The Outreach 360 Program in the Dominican Republic mission is to “enable children to a live a life of choice.” Through Neighborhood Learning Centers, volunteers primarily focus on teaching English and Spanish literacy to children during the half day they are not in school.
I am very pleased to announce that Medaille has officially submitted the final self-study report for our decennial evaluation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.