November 2017 Program of the Month Roundup: English (B.A.)
Medaille’s Program of the Month (POTM) series launched this November, shining a spotlight on students, faculty and alumni from the College’s English (B.A.) program. Taken together, November’s POTM features demonstrated how an English degree is an entryway to a multitude of careers.
Watch a quick recap video on Medaille’s YouTube channel.
Highlighted items from November’s POTM series included:
- A Q&A with English Program Director Dr. Mary Louise Hill
- A Q&A with senior and English major Arria Copeland
- A Q&A with senior and English major Rodshaleek Pino
- A Q&A with English program alum Sarah Kinne ’14
- Associate Professor of English Dr. Alice Villaseñor’s expertise as a Jane Austen scholar
- Medaille’s Write Thing Reading Series, coordinated by Dr. Hill, which brings an assortment of distinguished authors to campus each year
- Cuban-American author, 2017 Write Thing Reading Series presenter and visiting fellow Achy Obejas discusses English degrees and Medaille’s program
- Medaille’s yearly campus literary magazine, Prelude, which is produced by students with advisement from the English faculty
Since the Program of the Month series is primarily housed on Medaille’s social media accounts, you may search #MedaillePOTM on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn to view all past and future posts. Stay tuned to catch highlights from December’s POTM – clinical mental health counseling (M.A.).
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Dr. Reichenberg Highlights Medaille’s Graduate Literacy Education Program at the New York State Reading Association ConferenceProgram 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.
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