Medaille Professor Offers Her Insight on Facebook Privacy Policies in TV Interview
Juli Hinds, Ph.D., an assistant professor in Medaille's Department of Communication & Sport Studies, recently offered her insight on Facebook’s privacy policies in an interview with Spectrum News Buffalo. “We’ve created a monster,” Dr. Hinds said. “Once you’re on Facebook, your fantasies about being private are an illusion.” The interview comes in the wake of news about data collection involving the popular social media site. As Dr. Hinds put it, “We as people who use this site need to be more savvy, [and] just think about, ‘What am I putting out there?’”
Matthew Bucheker ’06 explains how his undergraduate education fueled his love of science, and made him an impactful teacher.
Speakers discussed the importance of creating a sustainable community during an event at Medaille College on April 19.
Medaille’s Program of the Month series highlighted students, faculty and alumni from the College’s communication program in March 2018
Marissa Brockway ’17 explains how her biology degree is preparing her for a graduate education and career in veterinary medicine.
A total of 104 Medaille College student-athletes recently received AMCC Academic All-Conference honors
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