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Medaille Professor Discusses Smartphone Encryption on Local TV
Steven MacMartin, director of Medaille’s bachelor's degree program in homeland security, recently offered his insight on the issue of smartphone encryption to WGRZ-TV.Learn more
Medaille Professor Discusses Orlando Nightclub Shooting on Local TV and Radio
Medaille's Steven MacMartin discussed the recent Orlando nightclub shooting during appearances on WBEN-AM radio, WKBW-TV, and Time Warner Cable News.Learn more
Medaille Celebrates 12th Annual Media Awards
Some of the most important and well-respected individuals in Buffalo’s public service, law enforcement and media communities recently came together to celebrate the 12th Annual Medaille College Media Awards.Learn more
WIVB-TV Highlights Medaille’s Educational Partnership With GEICO
Medaille College’s educational partnership with GEICO was recently highlighted on WIVB-TV News 4 Buffalo.Learn more
Salvation Army Learning Spaces Created by Medaille Students Officially Open
A ribbon-cutting party was recently held to officially open new learning spaces at the Salvation Army Buffalo created by Medaille College students and faculty.Learn more
Panel of Developers Discuss Buffalo’s Real Estate Boom at Medaille
Four of Western New York’s most well-known developers discussed Buffalo’s real estate boom during the latest event in the Buffalo’s Future Series at Medaille College.Learn more
Medaille Senior Featured in NCAA Campaign Against Sexual Assault
Medaille senior Jaime Salcedo, a member of the NCAA Division III National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, has participated in a powerful campaign against sexual assault.Learn more
Medaille and Lake Shore Behavioral Health Cut Ribbon on New Family Counseling Center
The Medaille Family Counseling Center, a unique collaboration between Lake Shore Behavioral Health and Medaille College, officially opened on October 23, 2015.Learn more
Medaille Professor Talks Buffalo Bills and Rex Ryan With Time Warner Cable News
Medaille professor Dr. Richard L. Jacob recently discussed the Buffalo Bills 2015 season with Time Warner Cable News.Learn more
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