Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Saint Mary's High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Saint Mary's High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Saint Mary's High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Saint Mary's High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
Work by Medaille Student Andrea Seeloff Featured at Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Day
Medaille students showcased their work at Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Day on May 4. The second annual event featured the work of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as members of Medaille's distinguished faculty. Check out an album with photos from throughout the day on Flickr.
Joshua Owczarczak's exceptional work showcased at Baldwin Wallace University's Ovation Festival 2017
Ovation Festival 2017, BW's annual celebration of student achievement, showcased student success in research and scholarship, the arts, experiential learning and leadership, and athletics. The signature event of the 10-day festival was the Day of Excellence, which featured exceptional student work from every school of the University through posters, exhibits, live presentations and performances.
Poems, stories, art and photography from Medaille students is highlighted in the 2018 issue of Prelude, the College's literary magazine comprised entirely of student work. The 2018 issue can be read in its entirety on Medaille.edu. And check out photos from the Prelude publication party held on May 3 on Flickr. Students involved in the creation of the magazine include:
Buffalo State presented its first dance program choreographed and performed entirely by students. "Movers and Shakers: Dance as Activism" was staged in March 2018.
Medaille College has named the following students to the Dean's List for the fall 2017 semester. Students that meet the requirements of a minimum of 12 credit hours and 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.
Clarkson University has announced recipients of endowed, sponsored, and Share Clarkson scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year.
A total of 104 Medaille College student-athletes recently received Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Academic All-Conference honors. To be named to the Academic All-Conference Team, a student-athlete must earn at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA. Of the 104, 61 Mavericks earned at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA, resulting in Individual Peak Performer honors. The full list of Mavericks who received Academic All-Conference honors is below.
Hard work in high school has paid off for college-bound seniors. The following students have earned Merit Scholarships to attend Alvernia University this fall.
Medaille students, faculty and staff came together with students and families from the Valley Community Center on May 1 to celebrate another year of Science in Bloom. The program aims to foster a lifelong interest in science and allows students to develop a contextual understanding of science using a continuum of learning experiences that engage students in scientific inquiry. Science in Bloom takes place on Medaille's Buffalo campus and at the Valley Community Center. Youths have the opportunity to dissect specimens, journal, develop questions and discuss answers under Medaille students' guidance. The following Medaille students participated in the program:
Medaille College is proud to congratulate all of its 2017 graduates. Visit the commencement photo album to see images from the May ceremonies, and search #MedailleGrad17 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for social media highlights. In addition, the Medaille Facebook page features video from the graduate and undergraduate ceremonies.
More than 400 Buffalo State students presented their own research or creative work at the annual Student Research and Creativity Conference held on campus in April 2017. Students from many academic disciplines including art, business, education, science, and technology explained their work using posters or presentations. Students used gallery and performance space to demonstrate work in the performing and visual arts.
More than 500 Buffalo State students presented their own research or creative work at the annual Student Research and Creativity Celebration held on campus in April 2016. Students from many academic disciplines including art, business, education, science, and technology explained their work using posters or presentations. Gallery and performance space was allocated to students in the performing and visual arts.
Medaille Student Sean Wilson of East Aurora, NY, Helps Create New Tracking System for Local Nonprofit
Students taking a management information systems course at Medaille College recently worked together to create a new tracking system for the Service Collaborative of WNY, Inc. With approximately 200 AmeriCorps graduates annually, this independent nonprofit organization needed a system to track these members and further engage them in community service. The following Medaille students worked together to create a spreadsheet that streamlines data entry and information retrieval:
Members of Medaille College's DECA chapter attended the Collegiate Leadership Academy in November. One of these DECA members, Medaille student Jessica Smith, led her team to first place in a sports and entertainment case study competition. Smith and her team earned the victory after presenting ideas and recommendations to M&M Productions USA President and CEO Mike Brown. The following Medaille students competed in the educational conference:
Medaille Student Stephanie Appenheimer of Buffalo, NY, Honored at Student Government Association Awards
Medaille's 2017 Student Government Association (SGA) Awards Banquet was held on April 21 at the Hotel Lafayette. In addition to student awards, a number of faculty and staff members received honors. These included Academic Advisement Counselor Lindy Feider as Staff Member of the Year; Dr. Bernadette Clabeaux as Professor of the Year; and professors Dr. Juli Hinds, Lisa Marsherall and Lou Pozantides as Club Advisors of the Year. Director of Counseling Services Rosalina Rizzo received the Campus Partner Appreciation Award, while Academic Advisement Counselor Jessica Kozar received the Mavs for Life Alumni Award. The following students were honored at the SGA Awards Banquet: Student Leader of the Year - Stephanie Appenheimer Mavs Volunteer Award - Petrina Sciandra Outstanding Contribution to Student Activities - Samuel Bloomberg Outstanding Contribution to Student Life - Stephanie Appenheimer, Petrina Sciandra Outstanding RA of the Year - Erica Mongelli Outstanding "Rookie" RA - Denis Melik-Tangiyev
Wofford College student, Alexander Kelly, was part of the Wofford team to win the CFA Institute Research Challenge Southern Classic
A team of Wofford students won the CFA Institute Research Challenge Southern Classic.
Wofford College held its annual spring Honors Convocation on Tuesday, May 3.
Wofford College initiated 36 students and recent graduates into its chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in a ceremony held on Tuesday, May 3.
The Baldwin Wallace University Honors Program has officially inducted 18 rising sophomores at a pinning ceremony. The Honors Program strives for a learning environment inside and outside the classroom that engages the whole student, seeks to connect theoretical ideas to real world applications, fosters independent thinking, and brings students together into a community of scholars. These aims are achieved through student-directed research, service to the community, and leadership development.
Wofford's Interim is a time for exploration and experiential learning away from the rigors of traditional academic courses for students and faculty alike. Students may choose from a variety of on-campus courses, professional internships and research projects, study abroad opportunities or their own independent study project, approved and guided by a faculty advisor. More than 200 students chose to study abroad during Interim 2014.