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Immigration Discussion at Medaille Draws Large Crowdnext
A large crowd was on-hand for a presentation by Eva Hassett, executive director of the International Institute of Buffalo, at Medaille College on March 30. The latest event in Medaille’s Buffalo’s Future series focused on the economic impact of immigration on Western New York. A question-and-answer session followed Hassett’s presentation. The discussion was held in Medaille’s Main Building Lecture Hall on the College’s Buffalo campus.
The Buffalo’s Future Series invites community leaders to Medaille for a series of discussions devoted to building the community’s strengths, creating educational and economic opportunities, and investing in the region’s future.
An article co-written by Medaille College professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been accepted for publication in the ARC Journal of Addiction.
Medaille assistant professor Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg has been selected by the Reading Hall of Fame to receive an Emerging Scholars Fellowship.
Medaille College is one of seven New York State colleges or universities to receive grant money to offer courses to offenders in state correctional facilities.
A digital story by Medaille professor Dr. Alan Bigelow recently won the 2017 Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature.
College faculty and staff worked together to make a difference in the community at the first Medaille Day of Service on August 4.