Medaille Employee Honored by WNY United Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse
WNY United Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse, Inc. recently honored Medaille College Title III and Title IV Administrative Assistant Leona Soule as one of its 2017 Friends of Prevention. Soule was one of eight individuals honored for their commitment and support of the mission, activities and programs of WNY United. The community based prevention agency is designed to increase awareness, educate and mobilize a broad cross-section of individuals and groups to participate actively in proven strategies to prevent substance abuse.
Jennifer Graesser ’14, ’15 uses the skills she learned at Medaille on a daily basis in her role as director of finance for WKBW-TV.
Medaille's 2018 graduates accepted their diplomas at the College’s 143rd graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies on May 18.
For the second straight year, Medaille has claimed the Buffalo Cup over AMCC rivals Hilbert and D’Youville.
At Medaille, MAOL student Adrian Julien found a leadership program that would advance his career options while providing him with the flexibility he needed.
The latest book from Medaille assistant professor Dr. Matthew H. Bowker was released in February.
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