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Medaille Magazine cover winter 2011-12Summer/Fall 2012

Features:
Founders' Day
Donor Roll, 2011-12
Student Profile:
Student Profile: Jennifer Westerhilt '12
Student Profile: Dan Walker '14
Student Profile: Brad Davies '13
Faculty Profile: Bill Weeks
Alumni: Anne E. Patrick '69
Alumni: Gary Constantino '06
Clinical Psychology: Change your mind
Home Again: Through their eyes

 


 

Medaille Magazine cover winter 2011-12

Winter 2011-12

Features:
Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center expansion
Donor Roll, 2010-11
Student Profile: Jeanne McFarland '12 
Student Profile: Morgan Howe '15
Student Profile: Andrew Clark '14
Student Profile: Shaun Seufert '13
Faculty Profile: Pam Jones
Byron Pitts: Grace
The Future of Learning
Alumni: Amber M. Dixon '90
Student Profile: Heather Boyzuck '13
Coach Profile: Pete Lonergan
In Memorium: Lynn Wittmeyer and Kevin Bosner, Ph.D.


 

Medaille student gleefully jumping with Main Building in background

Summer 2011

Features:
Student and Faculty accomplishments
Medaille Bug Spectacular Senior Stuff
The Lessons of Love Canal
Intriguing and Inspiring People
Founders' Day
Commencement
Stories of Success
Sports Roundup

 

 

 


 

Medaille Campus Main Building Winter Scene with Crowd

Winter 2011

Features:
New design
Combat to Classroom
How To... alumni feature
Scott Simon
Founders' Day
GLOW Project ™
Sports Roundup

 

 

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The Medaille College Rochester Campus community is partnering with the Small Business Council (SBC Cares) to provide Thanksgiving baskets to families in need. Faculty, staff, students and alumni are teaming up to provide five baskets for the annual drive.
In 2014 Nicholas Calandra '11 made an unrestricted leadership gift to Medaille, making him the youngest member of the College’s President’s Circle Society.
Learn more about Medaille College Alumni Association leadership!
Learn more about Medaille College Alumni Association leadership!
This past weekend, area high school students joined us on an interactive caper, putting their surveillance and sleuthing skills to the test.