Medaille Professors Collaborate on Article for Addiction Research Journal
An article written by two Medaille professors has been accepted for publication in the Forensic Science & Addiction Research journal. Titled “Process Improvements in the Behavioral Healthcare Setting,” this interdisciplinary collaboration was authored by Medaille clinical associate professor Susan C. Steffan, chair of the College’s Department of Business, Management & Leadership, and by internationally recognized behavioral couples therapy (BCT) expert Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, an assistant professor in Medaille’s master's in marriage and family therapy program.
Forensic Science & Addiction Research is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that aims to showcase advanced research in the field of forensic science, addiction research and other related areas.
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.
Medaille professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been approached to develop a TED-Ed talk.
The second episode of “Q Me In,” a radio show hosted by Medaille College Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Lori V. Quigley, is now available to download.
Write Thing Reading Series Brings Children’s Book Illustrator London Ladd to Medaille During KidsLit WeekChildren’s book illustrator London Ladd presented his work and discussed his creative process during a Write Thing Reading Series event on November 8.
To commemorate Veterans Day 2018, Medaille would like to share the story of a current student and active member of the United States Air Force, Kenneth Chudoba.
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