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Medaille graduate Lisa Debo ’08, ’09 teaches first grade in Charlotte, North Carolina. Recently, the school celebrated College and Career Awareness Week, and to showcase her alma mater, Lisa’s students decorated the classroom door.

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The ceremony is a chance each year to honor individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to our internship program and community, and to extend a special thank you to everyone who has helped make the program a success.

Faculty News

The ceremony is a chance each year to honor individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to our internship program and community, and to extend a special thank you to everyone who has helped make the program a success.

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Medaille graduate Lisa Debo ’08, ’09 teaches first grade in Charlotte, North Carolina. Recently, the school celebrated College and Career Awareness Week, and to showcase her alma mater, Lisa’s students decorated the classroom door.
The ceremony is a chance each year to honor individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to our internship program and community, and to extend a special thank you to everyone who has helped make the program a success.
Two recent books by Dr. Matthew Bowker, a visiting assistant professor in Medaille’s Division of Liberal Arts and Communication, have earned widespread acclaim.
The NECCDC competition is designed to test each student team’s ability to secure a networked computer system while maintaining standard business functionality.
A comeback win brought the Medaille Mavericks the AMCC Championship, and earned the Mavs an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.