Story Written by Medaille Professor Published in Poydras Review
Medaille’s Mary Louise Hill, Ph.D., a professor in the College’s Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and director of the English program, recently published a story titled “Tekla’s Child” in the Poydras Review. In addition, Dr. Hill’s recent story “Tansy Tea” was named a finalist in december magazine’s 2018 Curt Johnson Prose Award in Fiction.
Both stories were inspired by Dr. Hill’s research in Polish-American immigration history and her own Polish ancestry. An article based on that research will also appear in an upcoming edition of the Polish Genealogical Society of America’s quarterly journal, Rodziny.
Program of the Month Q&A: PsyD Program Director Dr. Lynn Horne-Moyer (Chair, Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology)Dr. Horne-Moyer shares her clinical psychology experience, provides insight into the field and Medaille’s PsyD program, and offers her expert advice on coping with stress and achieving a work/life balance
Dr. Keith Klostermann will be honored with the Bridge Builder Award for International Service at the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation Symposium in May for his extraordinary commitment, leadership and accomplishment in service to underserved populations.
Medaille's communication program recently hosted its 14th annual Media Awards Luncheon, bringing together and honoring some of the most important and well-respected individuals in Buffalo’s media, broadcasting, public relations and law enforcement communities.
Medaille Professor and PsyD Students Collaborate With Local Psychologist for an Article in the Global Journal of Addiction & Rehabilitation MedicineAssistant Professor Dr. Keith Klostermann, along with current PsyD students Emma Papagni, Diana Borrelli and Melissa Mahadeo, recently collaborated with local psychologist to write an article titled “Substance Abuse and Violence: The Case for Couples Therapy.”
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