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Medaille Alum Ashley Hirtzel ’12 Receives Business First ‘30 Under 30’ Honornext
Buffalo Business First recently announced its 2017 “30 Under 30” honorees, and the list includes Medaille College graduate Ashley Hirtzel ’12. She is one of 30 local men and women under the age of 30 recognized for being successful in their professions and also highly involved in community activities.
Hirtzel, the marketing coordinator for the Cantalician Center for Learning, Inc., received her bachelor of science in communication degree from Medaille. She told Business First that her goal is “to have it all. I want to successfully balance being a wife and mother while achieving career goals and volunteering to make a difference in my community.”
Winners were chosen from more than 100 nominations by judges who were honored in recent years for their own accomplishments. Hirtzel and her fellow “30 Under 30” winners will be honored at a party and awards ceremony on June 21 at the Tralf Music Hall in Buffalo.
An article co-written by Medaille College professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been accepted for publication in the ARC Journal of Addiction.
Medaille assistant professor Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg has been selected by the Reading Hall of Fame to receive an Emerging Scholars Fellowship.
Medaille College is one of seven New York State colleges or universities to receive grant money to offer courses to offenders in state correctional facilities.
A digital story by Medaille professor Dr. Alan Bigelow recently won the 2017 Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature.
College faculty and staff worked together to make a difference in the community at the first Medaille Day of Service on August 4.