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On April 30, Medaille College will host its fourth annual Student Research, Scholarship & Creativity Day — a virtual symposium of presentations and creative works, showcasing the incredible work of Medaille’s undergraduate and graduate students.
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.
Medaille has named nearly 400 students to the Dean’s List for the fall 2020 semester. Undergraduate students who meet the requirements of a minimum of 12 credit hours and who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for all credit hours carried during that semester are placed on the Dean’s List.
Associate Dean for Educational Technology and Associate Professor of the Practice Mary Beth Scumaci, M.S.Ed., shares a student success story from the spring 2020 semester.
Freshman Tia Phakousonh and Junior Tatyana Ford describe how much the ASC services and tutors have helped them in their educational journey, including the transition to remote learning this spring.
Longtime faculty member and alumnus Lou Pozantides ’86 speaks about the individualized connection faculty and administrators form with students, and even their parents, from the time they first visit or apply to the College.
"I would like to thank the people in the Medaille community for everything that they are doing to help and provide for us students. Remember, we are going to make it out of this tragic time stronger than we started."
International studies major Mohamed Maalim speaks about the bonds Say Yes staff members form with students, and explains how those bonds serve to motivate and inspire him and other students, both in school and in life.
Junior Mackenzie (Mack) Baker, Senior Brock Kroening and Sophomore Martin Romero share their thoughts on the switch to online learning and how Dr. Patricko helped them along the way.
Serving as a role model on how to best adapt and stay positive, Dubill describes how she viewed the switch to remote teaching as a learning opportunity for herself and how she was inspired by her students.