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The Medaille Sports Complex, along with South Buffalo Development LLC and real estate developer Jon Williams, have won the Buffalo Business First 2020 Brick by Brick Award in the “Best Collegiate” category.
Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology Clinical Assistant Professor Dr. Hennessey Lustica recently wrote and published a children’s book titled Masks & Smiles. As a school-based mental health provider and parent herself, Dr. Lustica wanted to address the impact that wearing masks can have on the social and emotional wellness of elementary-aged children, especially with the return to school this fall.
The Medaille community thanks all of our 2020 faculty and staff retirees for their many years of service and commitment, and congratulates those who have been elevated to Faculty Emeritus status upon their retirement.
The U.S. News & World Report article highlights project management as a highly sought after skill, and recognizes Medaille as an institution that prepares project managers to oversee major corporate initiatives.
Medaille has received renewed federal funding for its TRiO Student Support Services Program, a student success program that has been serving Medaille students since 1980. The grant totals nearly $1.7 million, to be received over the next five years, allowing Medaille to serve 208 TRiO students per year.
The Restart Medaille plan continues to account for all areas of an on-campus college experience, from academics and athletics to residential living and dining services, while taking every possible precaution to ensure the health and safety of the campus community.
Associate Dean for Educational Technology and Associate Professor of the Practice Mary Beth Scumaci, M.S.Ed., shares a student success story from the spring 2020 semester.
Freshman Tia Phakousonh and Junior Tatyana Ford describe how much the ASC services and tutors have helped them in their educational journey, including the transition to remote learning this spring.
Buffalo teenager Antonio Gwynn Jr. made local, national and international news after spending hours cleaning up the city after protests, and Medaille responded by offering him a scholarship to pursue his educational goals.
Medaille’s Bookstore is offering curbside pickup and curbside rental drop-off between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, by appointment at at 716-880-2252.