#TBT to vet tech and biology students having some Halloween fun in Dr. Bernadette Clabeaux's BIO-170 class last month. #MavsLife
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Medaille is hosting a presentation that explores how the Great Law of Peace of the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations) influenced historical figures and our society. “Did Our Modern Democracy Come From an Ancient Indigenous Culture?” is free and open to the public, and will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on November 19. Learn more and register now at medaille.edu/calendar.
Today’s Women of Merit luncheon, presented by Medaille's First-Year Experience Program, drew a great turnout of students, faculty and staff. Associate Professor Dr. Terri Borchers led Medaille alumnae, Margaret Scott ’07 and Shelby Boyd ’15, ’17, in a discussion about maximizing educational and career opportunities. The women shared their journeys, insights and keys to success with attendees.
Our @medaillemavericks women’s basketball team (@medaillewbb) is ready to kick off their season with a home game tonight against Buffalo State College. Come cheer on our Mavs in the gym, or watch the live broadcast at 6 p.m.: http://ow.ly/44Pq30mBBhq. Good luck, ladies! #HorsePower
Students, faculty and staff are invited to the next Women of Merit luncheon, which will be held in Main 200 at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow (11/14). Presented by Medaille’s First-Year Experience Program, the event will feature career insight from alumnae Margaret Scott ’07 and Shelby Boyd ’15, ’17, as well as Dr. Terri Borchers.
Thank you to everyone who attended yesterday’s Adjunct Recognition Reception, and special thanks to the recipients of our Adjunct Appreciation Awards. We are so proud of our Medaille faculty members!
This Veterans Day, the College is pleased to announce a new scholarship opportunity for U.S. veterans. The McShane Services LLC Scholarship was established this year by a Medaille alum and veteran of the United States Navy (@usnavy), Patrick Johnson ’17. The scholarship will be available for the 2019-20 academic year, and any questions can be directed to Director of Philanthropy Jeanine Purcell at (716) 880-2259.
As we honor all veterans and active members of the military on Veterans Day, the College would like to share the story of a current student and active member of the @usairforce, Kenneth Chudoba: http://ow.ly/37mn30mz7jk. The U.S. Airman is currently pursuing his BBA degree online.