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Mission Statement Medaille College concentrates on excellence in teaching, with an emphasis on personal attention to its diverse student body. Its curriculum provides a solid liberal arts and sciences foundation with early access to career-oriented education. The faculty and all of those involved in the mission of education challenge students and themselves to the highest possible standards of achievement, but that challenge is balanced by support for every individual student and a concern that each one succeeds.

Our Vision for the Year 2020 Medaille College will be known as the leader in preparing learners for career success and a lifelong commitment to a civic and sustainable future in Buffalo, the region, and the world.

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Program Welcome Richard T. Jurasek, Ph.D. President of the College Douglas W. Howard, Ph.D. Vice President for Academic Affairs

Faculty Service Awards Undergraduate College School of Education School of Adult and Graduate Education

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Institutional Accomplishments Title III: Strengthening Institutions The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) acknowledges the fine work of the following faculty who served as Coaches and Assistant Coaches in the College’s first Learning to Learn Institute for incoming freshmen held in August 2012: Deborah Ceppaglia, Dr. Jadwiga (Hettie) Domino, Dr. K. Patrick Fazioli, Dr. Brenda Fredette, Courtney Grim, Lisa Marsherall, Dr. Timothy McCorry, Dr. Paul Piciulo, Samantha Purpora, Dr. Stephanie Westerman and Andrew Yeager. The OAA thanks the following faculty and professional staff for their ongoing contributions to institutional efforts to place first-time students as accurately as possible in reading, mathematics, and writing courses to ensure their academic success: Douglas Anderson, Claudia Conway, Dr. Hettie Domino, Erika Hamann, Dr. Mary Louise Hill, Dr. Daniel Kotzin, Matthew Kreib, Dr. Elizabeth Lucyszyn, Dr. Vochita Mihai, Dr. Theodore Pelton, Emily Ryan-Radder, and Cheryl Twardowski. These same individuals deserve further recognition for spearheading program review efforts designed to renew each first-year reading, mathematics, and writing course and to improve the alignment and coherence between the sequences of math and writing courses. The OAA likewise recognizes the ongoing contributions of faculty and staff on the Title III Mentoring Design Team: Deborah Ceppaglia, Carol Cullinan, Lisa Marsherall, Debra McLoughlin, Dr. Anne Pfohl and Valerie Macer. They continue to work on the design, implementation, and evaluation of pilot freshman student mentoring efforts. The OAA would also like to acknowledge the commitment to student success and retention of the many faculty and staff who have implemented the pilot project.

Title IV: Student Support Services Grant (TRiO SSS) Thanks to Medaille’s dedicated faculty for their continued support of the Title IV, TRiO Student Support Services Grant. The Title IV Grant provides support services for 200 low-income, first-generation students and students with disabilities working toward baccalaureate degrees at Medaille. Faculty members are key to the TRiO Program’s efforts to retain and graduate eligible students, the effectiveness of which is apparent in TRiO’s retention and good academic standing rates—84 percent and 86.p erecent respectively for the 20112012 academic year. At last spring’s annual TRiO Achievement Celebration, the following faculty members were nominated by TRiO students for Faculty Mentor of the Year: James Brace, Claudia Conway, Dr. Jadwiga Domino, Dr. Gerald Erion, Dr. Jeffrey Faunce, Timothy Maggio, Dr. Glenn Morrow, Dr. Anne Pfohl, Dr. Nancy Pugh, Dr. Todd Riniolo, Dr. Ross Runfola, Dr. Ilze Stankevics and Dr. Stephanie Westerman. Claudia Conway was the recipient of this award and Dr. Gerald Erion was recognized for the role he played in the undergraduate success of our 2012 TRiO Alumna of the Year. Thank you all so much for the time and energy you devote to our students. We look forward to seeing many of you at this year’s celebration!

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Medaille College - Riverside High School Partnership Several Medaille faculty have been instrumental in our work with Riverside High School: Dr. Michael Lillis, William Weeks, and Phillip Wiggle serve on the Riverside High School Advisory Board; Dr. Brenda Fredette and her students are working with chemistry classes at the high school; and Dr. Jeffrey Faunce and his students are also involved with classes at Riverside.

Northwest Buffalo Community Center Thanks to the following faculty for their collaborations at the Center: Dr. Michael Lillis and the ENACTUS student group for their financial literacy workshops; Claudia Conway for supporting the involvement of the Future Teachers Club; and Education faculty member Julie Eldridge for her work with literacy programming.

Child Care Access Means Parents In School Grant (CCAMPIS) Thank you to Claudia Conway for continuing to support CCAMPIS participants. The CCAMPIS Program is a federally-funded program that supports participation of low-income parents in post-secondary education by assisting with child care services. Medaille’s grant, directed by Amanda Sauter of TRIO Student Support Services, was increased to over $15,000 for the second year in a row. Funds are used primarily as subsidies to offset the cost of child care for participants, enabling them to attend classes and be successful in their academic endeavors, and to encourage attendance of educational workshops on topics related to parenting, academic skills and financial literacy.

Project EQUIP and the Oishei Foundation Grant Thank you to the entire Medaille faculty for the commitment and energy devoted to Project EQUIP over the past three years. During the three years of grant funding from the Oishei Foundation, the College has continued to develop curricular and co-curricular projects that advance its commitment to preparing students for successful careers and civically engaged lives. These efforts have benefitted from genuine collaboration and broad participation of faculty from across all departments. These efforts also have benefitted from outstanding leadership provided by the Project EQUIP Steering Group. Over the last three years, the membership of the Steering Group has included Bridget BraceMacDonald, Dr. Craig Centrie, Deborah Ceppaglia, Carol Cullinan, Dr. Gerald Erion, Courtney Grim, Dr. Brad Hollingshead, Dr. Richard Jacob, Dr. Daniel Kotzin, Dr. Norman Muir, and Andrew Yeager. Through their leadership, the College has strengthened its infrastructure to support the active, engaged learning at the heart of Project EQUIP, particularly through the development of the Center for Community-Based Learning, and has accomplished the curricular and pedagogical goals that make Project EQUIP distinctive. Additionally, the Project EQUIP Steering Group continued to collaborate with the Faculty Development Committee to conduct bi-annual faculty development events. Both events this year were highly successful. The summer event featured Dr. Marilyn Kurata, a national leader in designing capstone experiences, as well as workshops facilitated by Deborah Ceppaglia, Erika Hamann, Dr. Daniel Kotzin, Bridgette Slavin, and Andrew Yeager. The winter event featured workshops on assessing the College’s Essential Learning Outcomes. These workshops produced lively discussions about student learning and were facilitated excellently by Dr. Alan Bigelow, Bridget Brace-MacDonald, Deborah Ceppaglia, Dr. Gerald Erion, Dr. Mary Louise Hill, Dr. Daniel Kotzin, Mark Lavatelli and Andrew Yeager.

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Lastly, the progress that has been made on Project EQUIP has benefitted tremendously from the 19 faculty members who have completed the Western New York Service Learning Coalition Faculty Fellows Program: Doug Anderson, Dr. Terri Borchers, Dr. Matthew Bowker, James Brace, Dr. Elaine Correa, Dr. Jadwiga Domino, Dr. K. Patrick Fazioli, Courtney Grim, Dr. Mary Louise Hill, Dr. Richard Jacob, Mark Lavatelli, Valerie Macer, Dr. Timothy McCorry, Dr. Vochita Mihai, Dr. Anne Pfhol, Bridgette Slavin, Dr. Marianne Sullivan, Dr. Alice Villase単or, and Andrew Yeager. Through Project EQUIP funds, Medaille hosted the Fellows Program in 2012. Medaille Online Experience (MOE) Because of the dedication and hard work of the SAGE faculty, the Medaille Online Experience was able to expand to ten fully online degrees this past year. These include: Associate of Science in General Studies, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Systems, Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Information Administration, Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security, Bachelor of Science in General Studies, Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling, Master of Arts in Psychology, Master of Business Administration and Master of Organizational Leadership. Full-time ALP faculty, including Lawrence Robinson, Susan Steffan, Dr. Marianne Sullivan, and William Weeks, have been instrumental in implementing the on ground ALP business courses into the online format. Faculty, including Dr. Kathryn Castle, Dr. Lorie Hildreth, Dr. Lynn Horne-Moyer, Dr. Keith Klostermann, and Dr. Deborah Legge, have been working on developing online courses for the Master of Arts in Psychology and Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling programs. Jonas Patricko is now the Program Director of the BBA IS program, which is graduating its first online cohorts this May 2013. Steven MacMartin, Program Director of the BS in Homeland Security program, has been instrumental in putting together the Homeland Security Lecture series, with a number of prominent speakers actively engaged in the Homeland Security field speaking to students, faculty and the community. Teresa Reinhardt, the Program Director of the BPS in Health Information Administration program, has been instrumental in AHIMA Academic Program Design Workshop, and in working with CAHIIM on the accreditation process for the program. Dr. Glenn Morrow also developed a course for the HIA online program. Barbabra Kurasch spearheaded the launch of the online faculty training courses, FAC 101. And a number of faculty listed above participated and provided reflective feedback that strengthened the training course for new faculty. Cross-Border Medaille In fall 2012, the Buffalo campus welcomed 16 new international transfer students from China and Korea through its partnership agreements with Dalian Maritime University (PRC), the Seoul National University of Science and Technology (SeoulTech), Kyungpook National University, and Catholic University of Daegu. Six students enrolled in the 2+2 dual-degree program in English with Dalian Maritime University and six in the 3+1 program with DMU. In addition, four students enrolled for the fall semester as exchange students, two from the Transportation Management College at DMU and two from our Korean partners.

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In October 2012, Medaille hosted delegations from DMU and SeoulTech. DMU has agreed to expand our partnership beyond its School of Foreign Languages. In fall 2013, the College and DMU’s Transportation Management College (TMC) expect to pilot a 1+2+1 dual-degree program involving business administration students. TMC students will complete their sophomore and junior years in Buffalo. The Dean of International Affairs at SeoulTech is currently entertaining proposals for 2+2 and 3+1 agreements. In 2012, two Medaille students completed internships and coursework in Korea as a result of college-brokered relationships. Business administration major Danielle Rollins spent five weeks in Yeongcheon City last summer completing an internship at City Hall with government officials and at the Shin Young Company, a major automotive supplier to Hyundai. Biology major Jackie Belenky spent the fall semester in Daegu, taking courses at Catholic University while also participating in an internship through the Korean governmentsponsored Teaching and Learning in Korea (TaLK) program. Jackie taught English as part of an after-school program at one of the primary schools affiliated with the university. In fall 2012, the College became a member of the China-US University School Alliance (CNA-USA), a network of over one hundred PRC high schools and about thirty US colleges and universities, including Wake Forest University, Colorado College, and Creighton University. Membership provides direct access to many of the top academic high schools and students in the PRC. The high schools offer advanced, Westernstyle programs (e.g., AP, IB, A Level) to students whose intent is to enroll in a US postsecondary institution. During an October promotion and recruitment trip, Dr. Norman Muir, Dean of the Undergraduate College, visited 18 schools in 11 cities. Additional Grant Funding Thanks to the efforts of Mary Ellen Mulvey, Try-It Distributing donated $16,000 to support tutoring and other support programs for students at Riverside High School as provided through Medaille’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Change there. The George I. Alden Trust granted the College $60,000 and the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation granted another $75,000 for new laboratory equipment and technology. These investments will help the College realize the full potential of our excellent courses of science study and topflight faculty. With this new technology, students will gain even more hands-on, direct experience with concepts and procedures learned in class, adding to their knowledge and better preparing them for the workforce of tomorrow. It will also help motivate and increase science and math knowledge for Buffalo Public School students who benefit from the College’s science offerings through our partnership with the Science Firsthand Program at the Valley Community Association. Self-Study Report and Site Visit for Decennial Reaccreditation by Middle States From March 3-6, 2013, Medaille hosted a site visit for its decennial reaccreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The team of peer evaluators who conducted the site visit reported that they found that the College met each of the fourteen Standards for Accreditation, and they also gave Medaille multiple commendations. The Office of Academic Affairs thanks the faculty, staff, administrators, students, and trustees who contributed to the Self-Study Report and to our highly successful site visit, with special thanks to members of the Self-Study Steering Committee who led the process over the past three years. The Committee was co-chaired by Barbara Kurasch and Dr. Brad Hollingshead, and membership included Jenifer Bavifard, Barbara Bilotta, Deborah Ceppaglia, Kari Costelloe, Amy DeKay, Dr. Susan Dunkle, Dr. Judith Horowitz, Dr. Douglas Howard, Pamela Jones, Dr. Daniel Kotzin, Mary Lindstrom, Patrick McDonald, and Karen McGrath. Faculty Recognition Reception 2012 - 13 I Medaille College I 6


Faculty Awards Dr. Brian R. Shero Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award Valerie Macer, Ed.M. Associate Professor, Veterinary Technology Department Student Government Association’s Professor of the Year Gerald Erion, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Humanities Department

Faculty Promotions Promotion effective July 1, 2012 Samantha Purpora, M.L.S., Associate Professor and Professional Librarian, Library Promotion effective August 15, 2012 Brenda Fredette, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department Robert Johnson, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department Glenn Morrow, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department Tenure effective July 1, 2012 Pamela Jones, M.L.S., Associate Professor and Professional Librarian, Library Tenure effective August 15, 2012 Jadwiga Domino, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department Daniel Kotzin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Social Sciences Department Vochita Mihai, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department

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Faculty Development Award Recipients 2012-2013 Kelly Ahuna, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Education Amber Anderson, Adjunct Instructor, Social Sciences Department Virginia Batchelor, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Education Alan Bigelow, Ph.D., Professor, Humanities Department Matthew Bowker, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies Department Kathryn Castle, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Craig Centrie, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Education Kenneth Condrell, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Elaine Correa, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Education Allison DeLang, Visiting Instructor, Veterinary Technology Department Jadwiga Domino, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department Susan Dunkle, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, School of Education Gerald Erion, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Humanities Department Elizabeth Evans, M.L.S., Visiting Assistant Professor, Library K. Patrick Fazioli, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies Department Lorie Hildreth, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Mary Louise Hill, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Humanities Department Lynn Horne-Moyer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Richard Jacob, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Business Department Pamela Jones, M.L.S., Associate Professor, Library Daniel Kotzin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Social Sciences Department Deborah Legge, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Belete Mebratu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Education Vochita Mihai, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department Thomas Orrange, M.L.S., Assistant Professor, Library Theodore Pelton, Ph.D., Professor, Humanities Department Samantha Purpora, M.L.S., Associate Professor, Library Lawrence Robinson, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Leadership Joseph Savarese, D.V.M., Professor, Veterinary Technology Department Kathleen Shanahan, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Renee Sturm, Ed.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Education Marianne Sullivan, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Leadership Chad Taylor, Support Services Librarian, Library Alice Villase単or, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Humanities Department Stephanie Westerman, D.V.M., Associate Professor, Veterinary Technology Department Colleen Wilkinson, Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Education Andrew Yeager, M.L.S., Associate Professor, Libra

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Faculty Publications, Presentations and Accomplishments Kelly Ahuna, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Education Dr. Ahuna presented a paper entitled “Using Self-Regulated Learning Methods to Increase Native American College Retention” at the National Symposium on Student Retention in New Orleans on October 30, 2012. The paper won the Institutional Research Leadership in Student Retention Award and a $1,000 prize. Dr. Ahuna also co-presented two round table discussions at the NYSATE/NYACTE Conference in Albany on October 18-19, 2012. The presentations were entitled “Online Education: Considerations for Students, Instructors and Institutions” and “The Voices of Real Teachers: Reflecting on Contemporary Issues in the Teaching Profession.” Kiener, M. S., Green, P., Ahuna, K., & McCluskey, J. (In press). Creation of the Comfortability in Learning Scale. Transformative Dialogue: Teaching and Learning Journal. Dr. Ahuna was appointed to the role of Program Director for MSED Adolescent and Elementary Education in July 2012. Douglas Anderson, Associate Professor, Humanities Department Professor Anderson presented “Success with a High-Engagement, Project-Based General Education Arts Course” at the Digital Day conference at Canisius College on March 3, 2012. Virginia Batchelor, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Education and Illana Lane, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Education Dr. Batchelor and Dr. Lane presented “Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: Breaking the Code of Silence in Schools and Communities” at the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) Annual Conference on “Connections With/In Differences: Valuing Traditional and New Diversities for Educational Reform” on November 4, 2012. Batchelor, V. & Lane, I. (2013). Breaking the Code: Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and School Children in J. Hall (Ed.), Children’s Human Rights and Public Schooling in the United States, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Alan Bigelow, Ph.D., Professor, Humanities Department My Story Work Selected: “American Ghosts” Washington State University Vancouver Diversity Council Washington State University, Vancouver, WA March 1-29, 2013 FONLAD Festival: Best OFF 2005-2012 “An exhibition of the best works presented at FONLAD Festival since its creation in 2005 Work Selected: “This Is Not A Poem” http://www.webartcenter.org/bestOFF/bestOFF.html

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MLA Convention 2013: “Electronic Literature” Exhibit Boston, Massachusetts, USA Work Selected: “Last Words” http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/mla2013/works.html January 5-8, 2013 OCCUPY CONTENT: Web Biennial, WB2012 Work exhibited: I-Pledge.org Athens, Berlin, Istanbul Fall-Winter, 2012 FILE 2012 (Electronic Language International Festival) Work Included: “Pangram (The Quick Brown Fox)” (installation) Art Gallery of SESI at FIESP Sao Paulo, Brazil July 16-August 19, 2012 ELO 2012: Retrospective of my work: 1999-2012 ELO 2012 Conference Works Selected: Webyarns.com (1999-2012) Mon Gallery Morgantown, West Virginia, USA http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/elo2012/elo2012/Bigelow.html June 20-23, 2012 ELO 2012 Media Art Show ELO 2012 Conference, “Electrifying Literature: Affordances and Constraints” Work Selected: “Pangram (The Quick Brown Fox)” Morgantown, West Virginia, USA June 20-23, 2012 Occupy Zeitgeist Work exhibited: I-Pledge.org Gallery 25 Fresno, California, USA June 7-30, 2012 E-Poetry: The Past, Present and Future of Electronic Poetry Work Selected: “This Is Not A Poem” (installation) Counterpath Gallery Denver, Colorado, USA May 26, 2012 REVOLUTION NOW & FOREVER Work Selected: I-Pledge.org (installation) Gallery SC, Gallery VN and streets of Zagreb Zagreb, Croatia May 9-19, 2012 Occupy Lunch! Gender Across Borders Symposium Work Presented: I-Pledge.org Center for the Arts State University at Buffalo Buffalo, New York, USA April 13, 2012

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6° PREMIO ARTE LAGUNA Work: “This Is Not A Poem” Nappe dell’Arsenale di Venezia, Italy http://www.artelagunaprize.com/ March 2012 FILE RIO 2012 (Electronic Language International Festival) Work Included: “This Is Not A Poem” (installation) Art Galery of Oi Futuro - Flamengo Rio de Janeiro, Brazil March 12-April 8, 2012 Rio Grande Review Work published: “Deep Philosophical Questions” http://www.riograndereview.com Winter 2012 Atticus Review Work published: Multiple Works http://atticusreview.org Fall-Winter-Spring 2012/2013 The New River Virginia Tech University Work: “Last Words” TheNewRiver.us Fall 2012 Unlikely Stories: Episode IV Work published: “The Human Mystery” http://unlikelystories.org/ Summer 2012 Springgun: Issue 6 Work published: “This Is Not A Poem” http://www.springgunpress.com Spring 2012 Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, “How They Brought the News from Paradise to Paterson,” January 5, 2013. ELO 2012 Conference, “Electrifying Literature: Affordances and Constraints,” Morgantown, West Virginia, USA, “Last Words,” June 20-23, 2012. Presentation: “Writing Assessment.” Medaille College Faculty Development Event. Buffalo, New York. January 11, 2013.

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Terri Borchers Ph.D., Associate Professor, Humanities Department Faculty Awards 1. Fr. Medaille Service and Citizenship Award 2. Medaille College 3. For community service with community partners, the Olmsted Conservancy, the Parkside Community Association, and the Buffalo City Mission, as well as help in creating a Literacy Program and internship for Children and Family Services. Faculty Accomplishments Dr. Borchers presented “Making Service-Learning Work Across Disciplinary Boundaries in a Theme-Based Learning Community� at the Western New York Service Learning Coalition Conference at Niagara University on October 27, 2012. Dr. Borchers completed this presentation with Andrew Yeager to highlight their efforts to help students actualize essential learning outcomes in critical thinking, writing, and information literacy in a learning community course that emphasizes community safety, caring, justice, and democracy. Dr. Borchers attended the National Summer Institute on Learning Communities, a week-long conference sponsored by the Washington Center for Improving Undergraduate Education in July 2012, with a team of Administrators and other Medaille colleagues to help create and sustain our efforts to help all students actualize essential learning outcomes and improve retention. Michelle Cefaratti, Visiting Instructor, School of Education Ms. Cefaratti, along with Claudia Conway, presented Blended Instruction: Traditional In-Class Instruction Supported by Engaging Online Learning at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas in February 2012. Cefaratti, M., Mebratu, B. (2012). An Investigation into the Benefits of a Reading Center Tutoring Program. Focus on Teacher Education, 12, (1), 1-13. Jacob, R.L., & Cefaratti, M.A. (2012). Healthy Child Curriculum. Faculty Award: Care for Community Initiative Univera Health Ms. Cefaratti and Dr. Richard Jacob were awarded a $54,000 grant to fund the Healthy Child project. The initiative funds curriculum, equipment, and professional development for ten Bethel Head Start Centers in the Buffalo area. Served as Director of the Reading Center, Chair of School of Education Advisory Board, member of the Faculty Development Committee, Freshman Read Initiative, and Academic Quality Programming Committee. Coauthored Healthy Child Curriculum with Dr. Richard Jacob, physical fitness and nutrition curriculum for pre-school children.

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Elaine Correa, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Education CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Dr. Correa presented “Edutainment?”: Knowledge Construction in a Digital Learning Environment: Challenges Between the Medium and the Message” at the World Universities Forum in Vancouver, Canada on January 10, 2013. Dr. Correa presented “Integrating Technology in Learning - Challenges to Merging Technology with Teacher Education” at the Global Learn Europe/North America Virtual Conference on November 9, 2012. Dr. Correa presented “Learning Should Occur When You Need It! Technology Integration, Student Entitlement, and the New Learning Divide” at the New York State Association of Teacher Educators and the New York State Association of Colleges for Teacher Education NYSATE/NYACTE Annual Fall Conference in Albany, New York on October 17, 2012. This presentation also included the contributions of MaryBeth Scumaci. Dr. Correa presented “What Learning Matters? From Disconnected Spaces to Reconnected LearningReconstructing Pedagogies of Engagement for the Cyber Classroom” at the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare and Higher Education (E-Learn) held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on October 10, 2012. Dr. Correa co-presented with Courtney Grim, and Jim Brace “Community as Classroom – Pedagogy Grounded in Difference” at The 23rd National Service Learning Conference and Youthrive Peace Jam Leadership Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. on April 12, 2012. This presentation also included the contributions of Dr. Richard Jacob and Bridgette Brace-MacDonald. Dr. Correa presented “Rites of Passage: Learning that Counts! The Struggle Between the Medium and the Message” at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) in Austin, Texas, U.S.A., on March 7, 2012. Dr. Correa presented “What Can We Learn? Challenging the Relevance of Teaching to Learning on-line” at Global TIME 2012 Conference on Technology, Innovation, Media & Education on February 8, 2012. Dr. Correa presented “Give us what we want! - Not what you think we need Dis/Connected Knowledge: Re/ Constructed Learning ‘Fast, cheap, and easy’- The New Brand of Teaching” at the World Universities Forum Conference at the University of the Aegean in Rhodes, Greece on January 9, 2012. AWARDS / DISTINCTIONS Faculty Development Travel Award 2013 – Medaille College Award to support Conference Presentation in Vancouver, Canada Faculty Development Travel Award 2012 – Medaille College Award to support Conference Presentation in Rhodes, Greece Medaille College - Sabbatical Leave Awarded 2011-2012 One year sabbatical leave awarded for Research Study on Centers for Effective Pedagogy PUBLICATIONS Correa, E. (2012). Integrating Technology in Learning - Challenges to Merging Technology with Teacher Education. Virtual Presentation at Global Learn Europe/North America, (November 8-9). 13

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Correa, E. (2012). What Learning Matters? From Disconnected Spaces to Reconnected LearningReconstructing Pedagogies of Engagement for the Cyber Classroom. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2012 (pp. 1980-1984).Chesapeake, Virginia: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Correa, E. (2012). “Rites of Passage: Learning that counts! The Struggle Between the Medium and the Message.” In (Eds.) Proceedings for the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE), 2011 (pp. 283-287). Chesapeake, Virginia: AACE. Correa, E. (2012). What Can We Learn? Challenging the Relevance of Teaching to Learning on-line. In Proceedings Global TIME 2012 Conference on Technology, Innovation, Media & Education (pp. 213-215). AACE Digital Library. Correa, E. (2011). Call it what it is: Cheating! From Disconnected Spaces to Engaged Learning - Web-based Instruction in a Culture of Entitlement. In (Eds.) Proceedings for World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 2572-2574). Chesapeake, Virginia: AACE. Correa, E. (2011). Shifting Values, Multiple Delivery Formats and Diverse Voices: Teacher Education in a Culture of Entitlement Learning – “Fast, Cheap and Easy?” In (Eds.), Proceedings for the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE), 2011 (pp. 2400-2403). Chesapeake, Virginia: AACE. BOOK REVIEWS At the request of the Editor of: Choice- Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, the following book was reviewed: (2012) Hip Hop(e): the cultural practice and critical pedagogy of international hip-hop. Brad J. Porfilio and Michael J. Viola (Eds.). Peter Lang Press, New York. (2011) Girl time: Literacy, Justice, and the School – to – prison pipeline by Maisha T. Winn. Teachers College: Columbia University Press, New York. REVIEWER Basque County Pilot Study Accreditation Report (Spain) 2011-2012. Study to be implemented in 2012-13 in compliance with European Accreditation Regulations and Standards in Education. VISITING SCHOLAR Department of Education University of Verona, Verona, Italy SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS Dr. Correa presented “Technology Integration and Education” at the University of Verona, Department of Education, Verona, Italy (January 17, 2012). Dr. Correa participated in the University of Verona Accreditation Standards Forum Conference held at the University of Verona, Verona, Italy (January 18, 2012). Dr. Correa presented “Teaching with Technology Series” at the University of Verona, Department of Education Open Forum, Verona, Italy (January 2012). Faculty Recognition Reception 2012 - 13 I Medaille College I

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Jadwiga Domino, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics and Sciences Department Dr. Domino was recognized as a 2012 Faculty Fellow at The Western New York Service Learning Coalition (WNYSLC). Presented “Math + Literature = One Fun Way to Learn Math” at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference in Hartford, Connecticut, on October 25, 2012. Presented “What Faculty Needs to Know” at the New Faculty Orientation at Medaille College, August 20, 2012. Presented “Careers that Use Mathematics” during the Pi Day Celebration at Medaille College, March 14, 2012. Member of the Editorial Board of Research & Teaching in Developmental Education, a journal sponsored by the New York College Learning Skills Association. Dr. Domino was a facilitator of a panel to discuss What Goes into a Portfolio and How to Write a SelfEvaluation, presented to Medaille College faculty, November 30, 2012. Dr. Domino was an Assistant Coach during the Learning to Learn Institute at Medaille College, August 2631, 2012. Dr. Domino was a facilitator of a panel of administrators and staff who introduced new faculty to Medaille College’s policies and procedures at the New Faculty Orientation at Medaille College, August 20, 2012. Dr. Domino has been appointed as a member of the Pastoral Advisory Board at Our Lady of Pompeii Parish in Lancaster, New York. In this role, she serves as an advisor and assistant to the pastor and an intermediary between the congregation and pastor. Gerald Erion, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Humanities Department Professor of the Year Student Government Association “Making a Difference” Award TRiO Student Support Services Recognition Celebration “Introducing the Student Relativist: A Philosophical Approach to SoTL” accepted for presentation at the SoTL Commons conference in Savannah, GA March 27-29, 2013. Presented “Mapping Student Relativism” at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference in Hamilton, Ontario on October 26, 2012. Presented “Through the Funhouse Mirror” at the Northeast Popular Culture Association Conference at St. John Fisher College on October 25, 2012. Presented “Revisiting Anti-Television Television” at the Media Ecology Association 13th Annual Convention at Manhattan College on June 8, 2012.

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Presented “Epistemology and Social Networking” at the National Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association Conference in Boston, Massachusetts on April 12, 2012. K. Patrick Fazioli, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies Department Dr. Fazioli gave a number of scholarly presentations in 2012, at the Houghton chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association in February, the Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology in April, the Biennial Meetings of the BABEL Working Group in September, and for the Medaille College Scholars Program in November. He also organized and chaired an invited session at the Annual Meetings of the Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG-USA) in May entitled (Un)settling Postcolonial Archaeologies. He also published the following articles in 2012: Fazioli, K.P. (2012). From First Reich to Third Reich: German Imperialism and Early Medieval Scholarship in the Southeastern Alpine Region (c. 1919 – 1945). Archaeologies: A Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 8(2), 116-144. Fazioli, K.P. (2012). Ceramic technology in the southeastern Alpine region in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: results of macroscopic and microscopic analyses. Arheološki vestnik 63, 57-89. Fazioli, K.P. (2012). Review of the book The Archaeological Imagination by Michael Shanks. Anthropology Review Database. http://wings.buffalo.edu/ARD/cgi/showme.cgi?keycode=5281. Mary Louise Hill, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Humanities Department Dr. Hill will be presenting a paper and chairing a group session at the upcoming Conference on College Composition and Communications. The panel is called “ Writing 2.0: Participation in Distributed Publics” and her paper is titled “Building Bridges, Encountering Barriers: Implementing a Cross-Cultural Wiki in the Composition Classroom.” Dr. Hill’s story “When Addie Died” will be appearing in the April 2013 issue of The Gettysburg Review. Brad Hollinghead, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Foundational Learning and Assessment Hollingshead, B. “The Crisis in Marxism: Language, Agency, and the Problem of Marx’s Authorial Voice.” Teaching Marx: The Socialist Challenge. A Volume in Critical Constructions: Studies in Education and Society. Series Editor Curry Stephenson Malott. 2013. Lynn Horne-Moyer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Dr. Horne-Moyer, Dr. Kathleen Shanahan, and Dr. Keith Klostermann, of the Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology, presented a poster entitled, Examining the Teaching and Supervisory Alliance at the Midwinter Conference of the National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology on January 24, 2013. Dr. Horne-Moyer and Sukie McGraw of JFK University, presented a Continuing Education Workshop entitled, Gender Issues and the Relationship Competency in our Doctoral Programs, at the Midwinter Conference of the National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology on January 23, 2013.

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Richard Jacob, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Business Department Dr. Jacob has recently been appointed to the position of Volunteer Executive Chairman of the Coaches vs. Cancer Executive Council of Western New York. Coaches vs. Cancer is a nationwide collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) that empowers coaches from all sports, their teams, and local communities to make a difference in the fight against cancer. He was appointed in August 2012. $54,000 Univera Healthcare Grant Partnering with Bethel Head Start, Inc. and Univera Healthcare, Dr. Jacob and colleague Michelle Cefaratti are co-authors of a pre-school physical activity curriculum called Healthy Child. As part of a three-year project, they will participate in the teacher training, development, and implementation of the curriculum in ten local Head Start child care centers. Pamela Jones, Associate Professor, Library Pamela Jones was a fellow in the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s 2012 Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians, August 5-10, 2012. Jones continues her work as Managing Editor of Journal of Library Innovation http://www.libraryinnovation.org. Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology Klostermann, K., & Kelley, M. L. (2012). Substance Use Disorders. In J. E. Maddux and B. A. Winstead (Eds.), Psychopathology: Foundations for a contemporary understanding (3rd Edition; pp. 373-398). Mahwah, New Jersey, US: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Klostermann, K., Mignone, T., Kelley, M. L., Musson, S., & Bohall, G. (2012). Intimate partner violence in the military: Treatment considerations. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17, 53-58. Klostermann, K. (2013). Substance abuse and partner violence. In N. Columbus (Ed.), Psychology of Aggression: New Research (pp. 137-150). Pusateri, L., & Klostermann, K. (July 2012). Behavioral couples therapy for alcoholism and substance abuse. Presentation to outpatient substance abuse treatment staff. Norfolk, Virginia. Klostermann, K. (March 2012). College – school partnerships: The importance of family support. Presentation to the Cleveland-Hill School District Board of Directors. Cheektowaga, New York. Dr. Klostermann serves as a trainer and consultant for the national VA Healthcare System’s roll-out of Behavioral Couples Therapy; involves training therapists from around the country in this approach. Master Trainer, Behavioral Couples Therapy for Substance Abuse, Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Non-compensated appointments: Harvard Medical School UCLA Clinical and Research Consultant, Strengthening Families Program (Behavioral Couples Therapy forAlcoholism and Partner Violence), Calgary Counselling Centre, Alberta Government Safe Communities Innovation. 17 |

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Mark Lavatelli, Professor, Humanities Department Professor Lavatelli’s painting, entitled Wound (2013. encaustic and collage on panel. 42” X 30”) won Best of Show at Big Orbit Gallery’s 22nd Annual Member’s Exhibition in Buffalo. Lavatelli collaborated with the Buffalo Chamber Players to present “Schoenberg/Lavatelli: Pierrot Lunaire,” at the Buffalo Seminary on November 24, 2012. This included an exhibition of works of art interpreting each of Schoenberg’s 21 seminal compositions on the 100th anniversary of their premiere and projections accompanying the musical performance. Lavatelli received a site-specific installation award at echo Art Fair, 701 Seneca St., Buffalo, July 6-8, 2013. Lavatelli was elected to the Board of Directors of the Buffalo Society of Artists and was also elected Vice President for Exhibitions. Valerie Macer, Associate Professor, Veterinary Technology Department Valerie Macer was the recipient of the 2012 Brian R. Shero Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award and gave the keynote speech at Honors Convocation in October 2012. Belete Mebratu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Education Publication Ceferatti, M., & Mebratu, B. (2012). An investigation into the benefits of a reading center tutoring program. Focus on Teacher Education, 12(1), 1-15. Services 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Norman Muir, Ph.D., Dean of the Undergraduate College Muir, Norman. (2012). “Institutional Reengineering for 21st Century Global Education.” Journal of Beijing City University 3, 27-33. Dr. Muir delivered a paper titled “Global Challenges in a Paradoxical Post-American World” at the First Forum on International Collaborative Academic Programs, hosted by the Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh University of Science, August 8-9, 2012. Lawrence Robinson, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Leadership Mr. Robinson designed and facilitated the Appreciative Inquiry Mini-Summit, “Imagine Our MBA – The Engaged Experience” for the MBA Program at the University at Buffalo, January 2012. Faculty Recognition Reception 2012 - 13 I Medaille College I

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Mr. Robinson was the Lead Facilitator of the Opening Retreat for the Chautauqua Leadership Network’s Class of 2012 on February 23-25, 2012. He has led this experience for fifteen years. Mr. Robinson designed and facilitated the workshop, “Imagine A Positive OD Network That Elevates Our Human Strengths - Appreciative Practices for Organizational Development” for the Organizational Development Network in Buffalo, New York, in April 2012. Mr. Robinson was honored with the “Leader of the Year Award - 2012,” at the 20th Annual Leadership Dinner for the Chautauqua Leadership Network in June 2012. He was acknowledged for “leading, connecting and nurturing” over 400 leaders in Chautauqua County since 1997. Mr. Robinson was awarded a citation from the New York State Assembly in June 2012 for his work with the Chautauqua Leadership Network. This honor “acknowledges the significant milestones in the distinguished careers of exemplary individuals whose dedication and achievement have been instrumental in developing character and excellence in the citizens of New York State.” Mr. Robinson was the Team Captain for “Missy’s Extra Milers,” in the Ride for Roswell, June 2012. The team was one of the top 25 fundraising teams of over 400 teams that participated in the event. Mr. Robinson designed and facilitated seminars for the Management Development Program at M&T Bank in Buffalo, New York, between September and November 2012. These included “Project Team,” “Project Kickoff” and “Systems Thinking/Systems Changing.” Mr. Robinson designed and facilitated the session, “Appreciative Practices for Learning Communities,” for the Atlantic Center for Learning Communities in Hartford, Connecticut, in October 2012. Mr. Robinson co-facilitated the “Foundations of Appreciative Inquiry” workshop for the Corporation for Positive Change, in Holyoak, Massachusetts, in November 2012. Mr. Robinson designed and facilitated the workshop, “Leading Appreciatively,” for the Chautauqua Leadership Network at the Chautauqua Institution in November 2012. Mr. Robinson facilitated planning and management development retreats for Building Control Systems, Nussbaumer & Clark, and St. Mary’s School during 2012. Mr. Robinson completed a three-year appointment to the Board of Directors of Casting For Recovery, a national non-profit organization providing support for breast cancer survivors headquartered in Manchester, Vermont. He was reappointed to another three-year term beginning in January 2013. Mr. Robinson was awarded the “Life Saver” Award by the AED Superstore for helping to save a life while volunteering on the Holimont Ski Patrol in December 2012. In addition, he is being nominated for a Merit Award from the National Ski Patrol for his involvement in this event. Ross Runfola Ph.D., Professor, Social Sciences Poetry Reading, Screening Room, December 15, 2011. Poetry Reading, Screening Room, March 2012. Urban Epiphany, Poetry Reading, Unitarian Universalist Church, April 22, 2012. Another Voice, “Occupy Movement Exposes Uncomfortable Facts,” Buffalo News, January 24, 2012.

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My View, “We Tend to Measure Each Other by Uniform,” Buffalo News, July 11, 2012. Another Voice,”Some Values are More Important,” Buffalo News, August 5, 2012. Poetry and Literature, “Bored Games,” Buffalo News, August 26, 2012. Another Voice/Social Networking, “Te’o Story Opens the Curtain on a Sad State of Affairs,” Buffalo News, January 24, 2013. Bottle # 6-Broadsides, Bottle of Smoke Press. Selected by University of Buffalo Poetry Collection as poet for Poetry Month and publication of “Three Poems” in 2012. Seven Poems published in Zygote in My Coffee, Summer 2012. Interview, WBEN Radio, “The Information Age,” September 20, 2012. Interview, WBEN Radio, “Violence in Sports,” December 5, 2012. Interview-WBFO Radio, “The Future of the Bills in Buffalo,” January 2, 2013. Interview WBEN Radio, “How Communication is Changed by Overuse of Technology like Cell Phones.” “Understanding Sociology,” Revision and publication of textbook, BVT Publishing, 2012. Go to Dr. Runfola’s web site www.rossrunfola.com to view a selection of poems he has written, his television show Man on the Street, and various movies he has performed in. Mary Beth Scumaci, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Education Certifications Sloan Consortium Sloan-C Online Certification: Design & Deliver Specialization SMART Board Certified Trainer, SMART Notebook Software 11 Levels I & II, SMART Technologies Publications International Reading Association, Reading Today Online Engage Blog Contributor- TILE-SIG Feature: A New Year...A New Teacher Website Mode (August 2012). http://www.reading.org/General/Publications/blog/ BlogSinglePost/12-08-10/TILE- SIG_Feature_A_New_Year%E2%80%A6A_New_Teacher_Website_Model. aspx International Reading Association, Reading Today Online Engage Blog Contributor- TILE-SIG Feature: NYS Science Teacher Website (January 2012). http://www.reading.org/General/Publications/blog/ BlogSinglePost/12-01-06/Web_Watch_The_New_York_State_Science_Teacher_Website.aspx Accepted Proposals and Presentations Scumaci, M.B. (October, 2012). Exploring Avenues for Reaching Out Conference. Western New York Library Resources Council, Buffalo, New York. Correa, E. & Scumaci, M.B (October, 2012). Learning Should Occur When You Need It! Technology Integration, Student Entitlement, and the New Learning Divide. New York State Association for Teacher Educator Annual Fall Conference. Scumaci, M.B. & Grillo, K. (October, 2012). Common Core Learning Standards… There’s an App for That! iPads, eReaders, and Apps for the Elementary Classroom. Niagara Frontier Reading Council at Niagara University, Lewiston, New York. Faculty Recognition Reception 2012 - 13 I Medaille College I

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Scumaci, M.B. (May, 2012). Voki Avitars in Education. Medaille College School of Education Technology Day, Buffalo, New York. Scumaci, M.B. & Barnes, W. (May, 2012). Glogster Multi-media Interactive Posters in the K-12 Classroom. Medaille College School of Education Technology Day, Buffalo, New York. Scumaci, M.B., & Schaus, A. (March, 2012). SMART Boards in Action. St. Mary’s School for the Deaf Faculty and Staff, Buffalo, New York. Scumaci, M.B., Schaus, A. (March, 2012). Apps in Education: Preparing Tech Savvy Pre-service Teacher Candidates & Teachers. Canisius College Digital Day 2012. Buffalo, New York. Awards Faculty Development Award (2011-2012 & 2012-2013) to complete the Sloan Consortium, Sloan Certification with a specialization in Online Design and Delivery. Alice Villaseñor, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Humanities Department Faculty Awards Western New York Service Learning Coalition Faculty Fellowship (2012) Medaille College Faculty Travel Award Publication “Downton Abbey & Jane Austen; Or, in Praise of Lady Mary.” Journal of Victorian Culture Online. February 17, 2013. http://myblogs.informa.com/jvc/2013/02/17/ downton-abbey-austen/. Faculty Accomplishments Dr. Villaseñor was invited to share her archival research on a special panel — “Young Scholars Panel: New Directions in Austen Scholarship” — at the Annual General Meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America on “Sex, Money and Power in Jane Austen’s Fiction” in Brooklyn, New York, October 2012. Dr. Villaseñor was invited to present her archival research — “Introducing Catherine A. Hubback: Jane Austen’s (Other) Niece” — at the Annual Jane Austen Birthday Luncheon of the Rochester Region of the Jane Austen Society of North America, Chaterbox Club, Rochester, New York, December 2012. Dr. Villaseñor continues to serve her three-year term of service as a Directly Elected Board Member of the Jane Austen Society of North America. She continues her service on the International Visitor Committee, which she also began chairing in December 2012. Moreover, she now serves as a founding member of the newly created Outreach Committee. Dr. Villaseñor currently serves Medaille College as an elected member of the Academic Quality Committee and as a member of the Faculty Mentoring Committee. She recently completed a year of service on the Fall 2012 Freshman Read Committee. In Spring 2012, she served as a member (committee of four) of an ad hoc committee to revise the Humanities Department’s ENG 110 course outline. She finished her one-year term as a sabbatical-year replacement on the Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Mini-Grants Review Committee in May 2012.

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Stephanie Westerman D.V.M., Associate Professor, Veterinary Technology Department Red Cross Certified Teacher Trainer in Pet First Aid - Created an elective course not only teaching Pet First Aid, but training students to be able to teach Red Cross Certified Pet First Aid courses to the community. Helped facilitate the liaison between Medaille College and the local Red Cross. Learning to Learn Camp - Trained by Pacific Crest to facilitate Learning to Learn Camps. Attended weeklong intensive Learning to Learn Camp at Lincoln University, Missouri learning to coach, then was Assistant Facilitator at Medaille College’s Learning to Learn Camp in August 2012. Dr. Westerman was a guest in May 2012 on Winging It, a live TV show, discussing veterinary careers and pet health. Andrew Yeager, M.L.S., Associate Professor, Library Andrew Yeager presented “Making Service-Learning Work Across Disciplinary Boundaries In a Theme-Based Learning Community” at the Western New York Service Learning Coalition Conference at Niagara University on October 27, 2012.

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