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  1. Program of the Month Q&A: Communication Assistant Professor Dr. Juli Hinds

    in Medaille's Department of Communication & Sport Studies is well known for her work as an on-air, mid-day ...

  2. Program of the Month Q&A: Biology Student Marissa Brockway ’17

    undergraduate education. Dr. Nancy Pugh, the chair of Medaille’s Department of Veterinary Technology, served ...

  3. MAOL Alums Share Their Stories Through Medaille’s Program of the Month Series

    to put theory into practice.” – Deborah Watkins ’11 (Retired Deputy Superintendent for NYS Department ...

  4. Title III

    grant from the U.S. Department of Education.  Medaille's Title III grant seeks to strengthen ... by academic departments. Provide faculty development on active learning pedagogies and high-impact practices ...

  5. Community as Classroom

    Bridgette Slavin, adjunct professor  in the humanities department and Dr.  Alice Villaseñor, assistant ... professor in the  humanities department provided a unique  experience for their first-year Learning  ...

  6. Commuter Services

    population at Medaille.  The Council encourages participation and involvement with departments, student ...

  7. Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Policy

    network were involved in the unlawful distribution of copyrighted materials. The IT Department was able ...

  8. Services for Faculty and Staff

    with the Medaille College PsyD department  and is dependent on availability.  Faculty or staff may make a referral ...

  9. Public Safety FAQ

    a crime, please contact the Department of Public Safety at (716) 880-2911 and speak with an Officer as soon ...

  10. Job Openings

    Services (SSS) Program. The program is a United States Department of Education Title IV grant-funded ... Department seeks full and part-time Campus Public Safety Officers. Officers will be responsible for providing ... a safe and secure campus environment for a diverse community of students, faculty and campus departments ...

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