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Associate Professor Selected as the Recipient of the 2020 National Board for Certified Counselors TeleMental Health Training Award

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Assistant Professor Dr. Juli Hinds to Present Paper on COVID-19 Era Teaching Strategies at 2nd World Conference on Teaching and Education

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Dr. Juli Hinds

Medaille Associate Professor & PsyD Student Collaborate With Local Psychologist for an Article in The Journal of Addiction Research and Adolescent Behaviour

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Dr. Keith Klostermann

Associate Professor Dr. Klostermann Selected to Receive the 2021 IAMFC Outstanding Practitioner Award

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Dr. Keith Klostermann

Dr. Klostermann Receives Outstanding Professional Award From the Maryland Counseling Association

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Dr. Klostermann

Homeland Security Program Director Dr. Steve MacMartin Provides an Expert’s Take on Flattening the Curve of the COVID-19 Pandemic

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In light of the quickly evolving COVID-19 global pandemic, Associate Professor of the Practice Steven M. MacMartin ’13, DBA, director of Medaille College’s bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in homeland security, offers his unique insight on what he and other experts think is necessary to flatten the curve. He includes what precautions the average person should take to help curtail the spread of the virus and to be prepared for quarantine.

Retired Police Chief Holds Mock Homicide Investigation for Students Enrolled in Serial Killer Course

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moc crime sceneMedaille College Assistant Professor of the Practice Brian Patterson, retired chief of police of the Buffalo Police Department, taught a serial killer class as the fall 2019 semester’s Special Topic in Criminal Justice (CRJ398) course.

Todd C. Riniolo
Todd C.
Riniolo
Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Communication & Sport Studies
Office: M230
(716) 880-2138
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Brian K.
Patterson
Clinical Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Department of Social Sciences, Communication & Sport Studies
Office: M204
(716) 880-2243
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Timothy A. McCorry
Timothy A.
McCorry
Associate Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Communication & Sport Studies
Office: M208
(716) 880-2166
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