COVID-19 Health & Safety Precaution Flyers

You may have seen some of the COVID-19 health & safety precaution flyers posted around campus. More permanent signage is also being ordered for our campus buildings and main offices. However, if you would like to hang some of the safety reminders on the doors or walls of your individual office, you may download and […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of Communications

Express Yourself

Expressing what is on your mind through art is a therapeutic and creative way of de-stressing, meditating or working through whatever is on your mind. Do you have art that you would like to share? Maybe your art can spark creativity in someone else! Submit to by June 3, and please include a description […]

Posted by: TRiO SSS/Kristin Sexstone

New York State Emotional Helpline

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, New York State has created an  emotional support helpline that is now available to the public. They have trained professionals who are able to listen, validate, encourage and link you to services. This has been such a difficult couple of months. If you are struggling, need a referral or […]

Posted by: Rosalina Rizzo, LCSW-R

Video Messages to 2020 Graduates

The situation resulting from the pandemic has changed everyone’s lives, and this is especially true for seniors. While our 2020 graduates don’t get to walk across the stage this May or experience other on-campus senior traditions, we still want to honor the completion of their college degree and celebrate this landmark in their lives. Alumni […]

Posted by: Medaille College Office of College Relations

Parenting Through a Pandemic

The latest episode of  Life Well Learned podcast, “Parenting Through a Pandemic,” addresses concerns that families everywhere are now facing. Because of recent events, most families now live, work and learn under the same roof. Making sure your child stays on their educational track can be super stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Associate […]

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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 […]

Posted by: Nicole Kij

Medaille Baseball Is Going Bald for Bucks

The Medaille baseball team will be going Bald for Bucks for the second consecutive year. Bald for Bucks is a fundraising event in which participants raise money while also shaving their head, donating hair, or styling their hair for cancer research. “We are very proud to be partnering with Roswell Park and Bald for Bucks […]

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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

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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Dr. Centrie to Be Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Craig Centrie of the Department of Education will be  honored by Arts Services Initiative (ASI of Western New York) on May 22 with a lifetime achievement award.  Over the past 40 years, Dr. Centrie has been a member of the Latino Artists Collective, a co-founder of El Museo Francisco Oller y Diego Rivera, and […]

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UNYTS Blood Drive

Support the UNTYS blood drive on Tuesday, January 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Sullivan Center gym.  First 25 people to donate will receive a Medaille t-shirt! Posted By: Laura Edholm

Posted by: Laura Edholm