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(L-R) Dr. Lynn Worsham, Raeann Stillwell, Gerald Beverly, and President Gary A. Olson
Cameron Garrity

Daemen’s Geppetto Festival to Bring New Life to Art of Puppetry

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The artistic talents of puppeteers from across the United States will be showcased in the second annual Geppetto Festival, named after the beloved woodcarver from the children’s classic “Pinocchio,” scheduled for April 15 as part of the Daemen College Academic Festival.
VFX Instructor with Student

Lecture to Highlight Region’s Growing Visual Effects Industry

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Insight on Western New York’s emerging visual effects industry will be discussed by professionals in the field at a lecture scheduled for 7 p.m. March 27 in the Daemen College International Center for Excellence in Animation (ICEA) located in the Tri Main Center at 2495 Main St., Buffalo.
Art Exposition

Student Artists Recognized By Daemen

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Several Daemen College students have been honored for their outstanding artwork in the 2015 Daemen College Visual and Performing Arts Undergraduate Exhibition.
Melissa Bakker ’10, ’12
Melissa Bakker knew at a very young age she wanted to pursue a career in education. However, she started off as an accounting major in college but soon changed her academic major to education after realizing it is her true passion.
Beverly Earns All-East Region First Team Selection

Upcoming Events

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3/25 - Breast Implants at the Cleavage of Science and Ethics: Sanity, Vanity, or Dignity?

Some women seek to receive breast implants due to medical necessity, while others pursue it to fulfill a personal desire.
3/27 - Experience Daemen Experience Daemen is a unique opportunity for applied students to attend a Daemen class!

News to Know

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Academic Festival
The Daemen College Pre-Law Student Association’s 13th annual Moot Court (mock trial) will focus on a case involving a police officer charged with attempted murder and assault in the shooting of an unarmed young person. “This is my third year participating in moot court and I look forward to the challenges of leading the prosecution team,” said Jordan Sieracki, president of PLSA. “It will be exciting to watch the trial unfold on such a relevant criminal matter.”
Dr. Mary Wolf, director and assistant professor of art education, was a presenter at the “What Really Works in Education” conference held at California State University Northridge. Her presentations on elementary arts integration and secondary art instruction were based on two book chapters she has authored.
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