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Medaille MBA Students Excel During Capstone Presentations


Students completing their Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees at Medaille College recently presented their final capstone projects to an audience of fellow students, faculty, special guests and members of the community. Each student in the MBA program must complete and present a comprehensive business plan for their capstone experience. 

Medaille Faculty and Staff Participate in 2016 United Way Day of Caring


Faculty and staff from Medaille College were honored to participate in the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County and the United Way of Greater Rochester Day of Caring on August 17. Thousands of volunteers came together for Western New York’s largest annual community service event, tackling hands-on projects throughout the area.

Medaille Recognizes Charles E. Moran, End of Comprehensive Campaign at Founders’ Day


Medaille’s Founders’ Day Celebration 2016 was held at the Lexus Club at First Niagara Center on June 9, and among the highlights was the recognition of Charles E. Moran, Jr. as the fifth member of the College’s Heritage Council. Moran, the chair of Medaille’s board of trustees, also served as co-chair of Founders’ Day 2016 with his wife, Diane, and fellow trustee Heidi Raphael '85.

Buffalo Schools Superintendent Dr. Kriner Cash Discusses New Education Bargain


Buffalo Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kriner Cash led a spirited discussion about how to ensure the best instruction for all our children during an event at Medaille College on April 7. An engaged crowd attended the latest event in the Buffalo’s Future Series, held in Medaille’s Main Building Lecture Hall on the College’s Buffalo campus.

Conversation About Mental Health to be Held at Medaille


A panel discussion titled “Walking in Our Shoes: A Conversation About Mental Health” will be held from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on April 13 at Medaille’s Main Building Lecture Hall. The panel will be led by Karl Shallowhorn, director of community advocacy for the Mental Health Association of Erie County. Light refreshments will follow. The event is sponsored by Medaille’s Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs, and the Medaille Family Counseling Center.

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Medaille College alum Christina Pearl ’09 was a recent finalist for the 2017 ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award.
Three students in Medaille College’s DECA chapter recently competed in the International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California.
A group of students from Medaille’s Student Government Association recently spent a day volunteering at the Buffalo City Mission.
An article written by Medaille professors and graduate students has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science.
Medaille is proud to sponsor Ballin for a Cause, a five-on-five charity basketball tournament scheduled for May 19 to 21 at Buffalo RiverWorks.