Program of the Month Roundup: Biology (B.S.)
Medaille’s Program of the Month (POTM) series highlighted students, faculty and alumni from the College’s biology (B.S.) program in April 2018. This bachelor’s degree program focuses on hands-on discovery, and prepares students for a wide range of careers.
Watch a short recap video of April’s POTM coverage on Medaille’s YouTube channel.
Featured items from the biology (BIO) program included:
- A Q&A with then BIO student Marissa Brockway ’17, ’18, accepted into Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine
- A Q&A with BIO alum Matthew Bucheker ’06, a seventh and eighth grade science teacher in the Buffalo Public Schools system
- A Q&A with adjunct faculty member Timothy O’Day, conservationist and director of Campbell Environmental Center
- A Q&A with BIO alum and Clinical Assistant Professor Dr. Bernadette Clabeaux ’05
- The opening of Medaille's donor-funded, state-of-the-art Laboratory and Science Center
- Highlights from the Science in Bloom program, a partnership with the Valley Community Association that allows BIO majors at Medaille to serve as mentors to middle school Buffalo Public Schools students
- A look at Medaille's annual Accepted VET/BIO Student Picnic and Lab Extravaganza
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. Follow Medaille on social media to catch highlights from the series, which will return in fall 2018.
Photo by Nancy J. Parisi.
Medaille Professor and PsyD Student Collaborate With Local Psychologist for an Article in Archives of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences JournalAssistant Professor in the marriage and family therapy program Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC and current PsyD student Emma Papagni collaborated with local psychologist Theresa Mignone, Ph.D., to author “Ethical Decision Making in Marriage and Family Therapy: A Model for Supervisees.”
Medaille’s Black Student Union and Student Government Association Honor Black History Month With a Series of EventsMedaille College’s Black Student Union and Student Government Association are honoring Black History Month with a series of events on campus this February.
Dr. Ramsey Invited to Speak on the Gender Gap in Higher Education at NAAAS National Conference in DallasClinical Assistant Professor Dr. James Ramsey has been selected to speak on the gender gap in higher education at the National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) national conference in Dallas this February.
Dr. Keith Klostermann recently published an article titled “Behavioral Couples Therapy for Substance Use Disorders” in the Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal.
Dr. Colleen Wilkinson, an assistant professor in Medaille's Department of Education, has been appointed to the New York State Council for Exceptional Children Executive Board in the role of student advisor for NYS.
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