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Communication & Sport Communication Program Director Dr. Juli Hinds’ paper entitled “Rebooting Engaged Pedagogy: Strategies for Making Online Classrooms Dynamic, Inclusive and Holistic during the COVID-19 Era and Beyond” has been accepted by the scientific committee of the 2nd World Conference on Teaching and Education after double blind peer review. She will virtually present the paper at the conference on February 19.
Medaille has signed three agreements with the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University — a 4+1 program, a 3+1 program and a 30% scholarship agreement — that will take effect immediately and will create new opportunities for communication students.
Medaille's communication program recently hosted its 14th annual Media Awards Luncheon, bringing together and honoring some of the most important and well-respected individuals in Buffalo’s media, broadcasting, public relations and law enforcement communities.
Medaille’s Program of the Month series highlighted students, faculty and alumni from the College’s communication program in March 2018
Dr. Juli Hinds, a professor in Medaille's Department of Communication & Sport Studies, is well known for work on-air at Mix 96 WMSX.
Medaille senior Christopher Walker's goal of becoming a sports broadcaster led him to choose communication as a major.
Michael Szykowny ’84, won his third Emmy for graphic design as a member of the ESPN creative staff.
Lou Pozantides '86, clinical associate professor in the Communication Department will appear on WBBZ TV's Bragging Rights in August.
Professor Lisa Marsherall, director of the Communication Department, was featured in the August issue of Buffalo Spree Magazine.