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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.
Assistant Professor of the Practice in Criminal Justice Brian Patterson tested his student's knowledge with a mock homicide investigation as part of his serial killer class during the fall 2019 semester.
The Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creativity Panel was open to the entire campus community and aimed to celebrate faculty scholarship, mentor students on the research process, and promote the annual spring semester Student Research, Scholarship & Creativity Day.
Medaille Announces Second Phase Expansion of New Sports Complex
Biology students at Medaille will now have 10 acres of land in Amherst to use as a "living laboratory" to study ecology, thanks to a wetland donation made by Frank and Jeanette Levin.
Program Director for Literacy Education Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg spoke at the New York State Reading Association’s Annual Conference in Albany, New York, discussing how Medaille is implementing the International Literacy Association’s revised standards for the preparation of literacy professionals in the College’s M.S.Ed. in literacy program.
Medaille is proud to be a collaborating sponsor for the fifth annual Western New York Children’s Book Expo, which will be held at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 9. This free children’s literacy gathering of local, national and international authors celebrates the importance of reading with children, their teachers and caregivers.
The Medaille and Western New York communities came together to celebrate the grand opening of the Medaille Sports Complex at 427 Elk Street in South Buffalo, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that included remarks from state, city and Medaille officials.
Join me, Nick LaMarca an adjunct instructor with the Clinical Mental Health Program, and a quarter of a million people from hundreds of cities across all 50 states to raise awareness and funds that will save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.
Medaille College administration, faculty and staff members gave back to the Western New York community by volunteering at local organizations, as part of this year’s annual Day of Service events held on July 11 in Buffalo and July 12 in Rochester. Community is one of Medaille’s core values, and the College recognizes community as a coming together of diverse individuals who endeavor to create an inclusive, supportive and collaborative society.