Virtual Take Back the Night Event

On April 27, from 6 to 8 p.m., Medaille College will host its first Virtual Take Back the Night Event. We will raise awareness for Sexual Violence Prevention, with cohesive efforts to promote social justice and develop solutions. The way to implement change is through educational teamwork. Learn more and register now. “See” you there! […]

Posted by: On behalf of the Take Back the Night Committee: Student Counseling Services Intern, Margaret Stanford

Ichthyology (Virtual) Seminar Series: Genetic Research with the Zebrafish Model

Ichthyology is the study of fishes. This Spring semester, the BIO421L Ichthyology Lab will be hosting a seminar series. Guest speakers will be visiting Medaille (virtually) to discuss the importance of fishes in their scientific research. The fifth presentation in this seminar series will start at 4 p.m. this Friday, April 23, on Blackboard Collaborate. […]

Posted by: M. Ryan Woodcock

Dr. Riegel Publishes Article in Educational Planning Journal

Dr. Caitlin Riegel, Assistant Professor in Medaille’s Department of Education and Program Director for the M.S.Ed. Elementary Education and M.S.Ed. Adolescent Education programs, published an article in Educational Planning. Educational Planning is the refereed journal of the International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP). The article investigated meeting accreditation standards for advanced-level education programs by providing […]

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Applying to Graduate Programs in the Humanities

The English Program is sponsoring an information session for students on “Applying to Graduate Programs in the Humanities.” The event will take place Thursday, April 22 at 6 p.m. on Zoom. Join here. We are going to talk about what students need to know about applying to graduate school — with plenty of time for […]

Posted by: Alice Villaseñor

Ichthyology (Virtual) Seminar Series: Anadromous Fish Ecology

Ichthyology is the study of fishes. This Spring semester, the BIO421L Ichthyology Lab will be hosting a seminar series. Guest speakers will be visiting Medaille (virtually) to discuss the importance of fishes in their scientific research. The fourth presentation in this seminar series will start at 4 p.m. this Friday, April 16, on Blackboard Collaborate. […]

Posted by: M. Ryan Woodcock

Honors Student Council Contributes to SUN Fund and Animal Welfare

The Honors Student Council raised money to donate $115 to Medaille’s SUN (Student Urgent Need) Fund, and another $115 to PAWS (Providing Animals with Safety), which supports local animal shelters. Posted By: Bridgette Slavin

Posted by: Bridgette Slavin

Education Graduate Student Society Hosts Virtual Webinar on Building Engaging Classrooms for Refugee Students

On Thursday, April 8, the Education Graduate Student Society (EGSS) hosted a virtual webinar centered around building engaging classrooms for refugee students. Alison Witt, currently working with the International Association for Refugees Canada (IAFR), presented information to prospective and current teachers. The evening consisted of an interactive presentation that presented strategies for teaching refugee students, […]

Posted by: Caitlin Riegel

Take Back The Night TikTok Competition

All Medaille students are invited to participate in a Take Back the Night TikTok Video Competition! Take Back the Night is an international event and non-profit organization with the mission of ending sexual, relationship and domestic violence in all forms. Medaille College participates annually, and is hosting a virtual Take Back the Night event on […]

Posted by: Lisa Kragbe

Graduate Students and Professor Co-Present at NEERO Conference

On Friday, April 30, Dr. Christine Woodcock, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education, will be co-presenting at the virtual conference of the New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) with Kelli Gage and Kristy Crosby, two of Medaille’s graduate students from the Elementary Education (MSEd) program. The title of the work is, “Literacy is a […]

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Ichthyology (Virtual) Seminar Series: Atlantic Sturgeon Ecology

Ichthyology is the study of fishes. This Spring semester, the BIO421L Ichthyology Lab will be hosting a seminar series. Guest speakers will be visiting Medaille (virtually) to discuss the importance of fishes in their scientific research. The third presentation in this seminar series will start at 4 p.m. this Friday, April 9, on Blackboard Collaborate. […]

Posted by: M. Ryan Woodcock