Program of the Month Series Shines a Spotlight on Faculty, Students and Alumni

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In order to highlight the merit of Medaille College’s diverse undergraduate and graduate degree programs, the Office of Communications will be kicking off a Program of the Month series this November. The series, which will be predominantly housed on Medaille’s social media accounts, will serve to showcase faculty expertise, relay the experiences and journeys of current students and alumni, and demonstrate the value of each degree. The first program featured will be the English program in November, followed by mental health counseling in December. Follow Medaille College on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn to view content as it is posted, or search the #MedaillePOTM tag. 

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