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Dr. Alice Villaseñor
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
July 20, 2021

Dr. Alice Villaseñor appeared as a virtual speaker at the 2021 Jane Austen Festival, “Race, Power & the Arts in Jane Austen’s World.” She presented on From Prada to Nada (2011), a film adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility (1811) set in Los Angeles, and discussed how the film uses Austen’s story of the displacement of the Dashwood women to highlight the displacement of Latinx communities.

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Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Program
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
July 12, 2021

Medaille has received over $1.2 million in renewed grant funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), which will allow the College’s clinical mental health counseling students to continue to provide critical mental health services to medically underserved and at-risk populations within Buffalo, Rochester and the surrounding communities.

Dr. Daniel Kotzin
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
June 21, 2021

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies Professor of History Dr. Daniel Kotzin presented his research this May at the 2021 Teaching History Conference, “Challenges in Teaching & Learning History: Issues of Pedagogy & Content.” His presentation focused on teaching students to critically evaluate how slavery is taught.

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Launching Ethics Across the Curriculum Professional Development Program
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
May 14, 2021

Thanks to a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant awarded to Medaille in 2018, the resulting project success is now able to serve as a roadmap for incorporating applied ethics into course curriculum, research projects and community-based learning activities across every academic department.

Donald E. Nowak Jr., Ph.D., CRC
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
May 5, 2021

Associate Professor of Mental Health Counseling Donald E. Nowak Jr., Ph.D., CRC, recently offered his expertise on gambling addiction in response to questions related to online gaming, sports betting and online lotteries in an “Asks the Experts” feature on WalletHub. Dr. Nowak weighed in on the impact of COVID-19 on the online gaming industry and on people struggling with gambling addiction.

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Dr. Michael Lillis
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
April 30, 2021

Department of Business, Management & Leadership Professor and Business Administration Program Director Dr. Michael P. Lillis recently authored a manuscript on entrepreneurship that has been published this April in The BRC Academy Journal of Business.

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Dr. Christine Woodcock
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
April 23, 2021

On Friday, April 30, Department of Education Assistant Professor Dr. Christine Woodcock will be co-presenting at the virtual conference of the New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) on the topic of literacy related to civil rights issues, along with two of Medaille’s M.S.Ed. elementary education graduate students Kelli Gage and Kristy Crosby.

Dr. Alice Villaseñor
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
March 19, 2021

A Jane Austen scholar, Dr. Villaseñor was invited to write a review of the 2020 film Emma for the British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, an interdisciplinary scholarly society based in the United Kingdom that promotes the study of all aspects of 18th-century history, literature and culture.

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Assistant Professor Dr. Caitlin Riegel
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
March 11, 2021

Department of Education Assistant Professor Dr. Caitlin Riegel, the program director for Medaille College’s M.S.Ed. adolescent/secondary education and M.S.Ed. elementary education programs, has recently presented at two national conferences, sharing her research and expertise as it relates to COVID-age topics of teaching educators and instructing in a virtual environment.

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Dr. Keith Klostermann
Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications
February 22, 2021

Dr. Keith Klostermann has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation Board-Certified TeleMental Health Training Award, based on his outstanding experience and commitment to the counseling and supervision field.

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