Medaille Professor to Publish Two Articles on College Athlete Gambling Behavior
Donald E. Nowak, Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology, will have two articles published this fall related to his research into college student-athletes and gambling disorder. The first, “Gambling Disorder in the College Student-Athlete Population: An Overview,” will be featured in the Journal of Gambling Issues and will examine the rates of both pathological and problem gambling among college athletes. In addition, a review of the existing literature, “Addicted to Winning: A Review of Gambling Disorder in College Athletes,” will be published this fall in the Journal of Substance Abuse and Alcoholism.
Medaille’s annual MAVstravaganza party was held at the Curtiss Hotel on June 6, and brought the Western New York community together to benefit hard-working and deserving students.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling students and Program Director Dr. Helena Boersma joined over 50 peers from across New York State to lobby for changes in the state licensure bill.
Dr. Ramsey Invited to Present on Teaching Critical Thinking Skills at the 2019 Networking in Higher Education ConferenceAssistant Professor of the Practice and First-Year Experience Program Director Dr. James Louis Ramsey has been selected to speak at the 2019 Networking in Higher Education Conference, where he will lead a workshop entitled “Teaching Critical Thinking Skills in the Urban College Classroom: A Demonstration.”
Dr. Vochita Mihai Accepted Into National StatPREP Program, Oversees Medaille’s New Applied Mathematics ProgramChair of the Department of Science, Mathematics & Technology Dr. Vochita Mihai has been accepted into the 2019-20 StatPREP program, which aims to foster the widespread use of data-centered methods and pedagogies, as Medaille launches bachelor’s degree program in applied mathematics.
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