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Associate Professor Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, recently co-authored a manuscript entitled “Deliberate Practice Makes Perfect: Improving Therapist Effectiveness,” in collaboration with clinical mental health counseling alumna and clinical psychology doctoral program student Emma Papagni ’17 and local psychologist Theresa Mignone, Ph.D.
A grant Medaille received through HRSA’s Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Program allows many of its clinical mental health counseling students who are completing internships with underserved populations to receive $10,000 stipends.
Medaille has donated over 19,000 gloves and nine boxes of surgical masks to the Erie County Sheriff's Office, along with a variety of surgical gloves, face shields, gowns, goggles and nursing caps, in response to the critical shortage of personal protective equipment for local health care providers. College vans are also being used for food deliveries through FeedMore WNY.
The Medaille College Athletic Department hosted its second annual Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on February 21, honoring the remarkable athletic careers of four alumni.
Life Well Learned, a podcast hosted and produced by multimedia personality and Medaille’s Director of Professional Enhancement Elizabeth “Liz” Mantel is a unique, leading-edge take on lifelong education and service to the community.
On May 17, Medaille College’s 2019 graduates walked the stage and accepted their diplomas at the College’s graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies, as friends, family, and Medaille faculty and staff assembled at Kleinhans Music Hall to celebrate.
Dr. Adams describes how the PsyD program impacted her personally and professionally, and she shares her professional advice on the best ways to cope with stress and achieve a work/life balance.
M.S.Ed. in literacy alum and adjunct faculty member Catie Beth Sulski ’08, ’10 talks about her experience in the program, both as a student and now as an instructor.
Lindsay MacKay ’17, a graduate of Medaille ‘s M.S.Ed. (Master of Science in Education), literacy program, puts the skills she learned at Medaille to use each day.
Sport management alum Emily Herr ’12 explains how Medaille helped prepare her for her job as manager of event services for the Buffalo Bills.