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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.
President Dr. Kenneth M. Macur provides a statement regarding the death of George Floyd, and lays out Medaille’s detailed plan for diversity, equity and inclusion at the College.
Life Well Learned, a podcast hosted and produced by multimedia personality and Medaille’s Director of Professional Enhancement Elizabeth “Liz” Mantel is a unique, leading-edge take on lifelong education and service to the community.
Assistant Professor of the Practice in Criminal Justice Brian Patterson tested his student's knowledge with a mock homicide investigation as part of his serial killer class during the fall 2019 semester.
Medaille Announces Second Phase Expansion of New Sports Complex
Join me, Nick LaMarca an adjunct instructor with the Clinical Mental Health Program, and a quarter of a million people from hundreds of cities across all 50 states to raise awareness and funds that will save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.
Medaille College administration, faculty and staff members gave back to the Western New York community by volunteering at local organizations, as part of this year’s annual Day of Service events held on July 11 in Buffalo and July 12 in Rochester. Community is one of Medaille’s core values, and the College recognizes community as a coming together of diverse individuals who endeavor to create an inclusive, supportive and collaborative society.
Associate Professor of English Alice Villaseñor, Ph.D., participated in the “Activism and Empathy” Children’s Literature Association Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, this June. Dr. Villaseñor’s presentation — “A Children’s Literature Service-Learning Project: Developing Students’ Empathy” — outlined her experiences teaching children’s literature courses in partnership with the Buffalo City Mission’s Literacy and Enrichment After-School Program (LEAP) Program.
The mission of the Children’s Literature Association is to encourage high standards of criticism, scholarship, research… continue reading.
As part of the newly established Buffalo College Success Network, Medaille College is able to offer increased access, support and opportunities to students from the city of Buffalo, thanks to Say Yes Buffalo and a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Launched in 2012, the Say Yes Buffalo Partnership is a nationally renowned community collective centered on removing barriers to high school graduation, college access and completion. With good community partners like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Medaille College, Say Yes is now expanding its… continue reading.
Medaille has signed three agreements with the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University — a 4+1 program, a 3+1 program and a 30% scholarship agreement — that will take effect immediately and will create new opportunities for communication students.