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Professor Lisa Marsherall, director of the Communication Department, was featured in the August issue of Buffalo Spree Magazine.
Dr. Lane, division head of the Education Department was the opening presider at the NYSATE summer conference.
Craig Centrie Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Education and Patrick Brown '15 were honored at the 2014 Founders' Day Celebration.
Matthew Bowker, Ph.D., was the 2014 recipient of the Medaille College Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scholarship Award.
Nick Pitillo, a graduate from Medaille's master of arts in organizational leadership program, opened Osteria 166 in downtown Buffalo last summer.
Faculty members reach across cultures to help build a brighter future in Haiti.
Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., director of the master’s in psychology program, will participate in the Behavioral Couples Therapy for Substance Use Disorders Training Program.
Graduates from Medaille's Division of Education are being recognized for their commitment to student success across Western New York.
The eyes, mind, and heart of Medaille College senior, Brittany Cowles, were opened so wide because of two class projects designed to get students more involved in the local community that she has changed her career plans.
A secondary social studies education major from Kenmore, Cowles got quite an education while being involved in the community-based learning project “Home Again Through Their Eyes.”