The Parkinson’s Foundation will host its annual Moving Day Buffalo
walk for the first time on Daemen University’s campus this Saturday, Sept. 17, with help from students and faculty of the Physical Therapy Department
The event is part of… Read More »
Convocation kicked off a new academic year in a fashion both familiar and new.
Marking the institution’s 75th anniversary
– and after two-and-a-half years of overcoming pandemic-related obstacles – Daemen
’s leaders welcomed a more traditional and recognizable version of… Read More »
John Yurtchuk, the chairman of Daemen University
’s Board of Trustees
, was honored by Buffalo Business First as a 2022 C-Level Executives award winner. The annual honors, now in their 11th year, recognize western New York’s most effective business… Read More »
University’s own Isaac Williams recently served as an expert panelist for the Buffalo Niagara Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the leading professional organization in the communications field.
The panel – hosted at CannonDesign in downtown… Read More »
The U.S. Blind Hockey Team
recently held its national tryouts and camp at Daemen.
Players from around the country stayed in the university’s apartments and ate meals on campus in dining halls. They practiced and scrimmaged at the nearby Northtown… Read More »
The Daemen University women’s cross country team placed seven runners in the top 10, including the top four runners, to open up the 2022 season with a team win in the Frank Dillon Memorial Invitational on the campus of Le… Read More »
In the Wildcat Den Classic tournament finale, the Daemen University women’s volleyball team moved back into the win column with a 3-0 (25-22, 26-24, 25-15) sweep of the Mercyhurst Lakers.
The Wildcats landed two players on the All-Tournament team in… Read More »
Jordan Printup is the new assistant director for the Daemen University Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI)
and coordinator of the Vision for Success program on campus.
Printup earned his bachelor’s degree in religious studies from Hobart College (of Hobart… Read More »
Daemen is the most selective university in the Western New York region, according to a new data analysis by Buffalo Business First.
With an acceptance rate of 62 percent, Daemen beat the national average by nearly 10 percentage points among… Read More »
Tickets for Daemen’s 75th anniversary keynote speech by Baratunde Thurston – the host of the new hit PBS show America Outdoors – are now available.
While the event is free and open to the public, tickets must be reserved via
… Read More »
The Daemen Distinguished Alumni Awards return in 2022 as an in-person ceremony honoring six accomplished graduates – including a special 75th-anniversary-inspired Diamond Anniversary Distinguished Alum Award, to be given to Nancy Gacioch, ‘62.
The presentation ceremony will be held in… Read More »
Daemen has long been a destination for studying physical therapy.
As Daemen was one of the first four-year institutions in the country to offer a degree in the field starting in the 1970’s, it’s only fitting that the university launched… Read More »
Lisa Parshall was recently appointed to serve as an editor for the Federal History Journal
, the journal of the Society for History in the Federal Government.
Historically-focused, the journal also publishes scholarship on contemporary issues relevant to the history… Read More »
For the second time since 2019, Daemen University sits atop the East Coast Conference Women’s Volleyball Preseason Coaches’ Poll. Daemen is the defending ECC Tournament champion and also claimed the ECC regular-season title after posting a perfect 12-0 league record… Read More »
For the first time since Daemen University joined the East Coast Conference in 2013, the Wildcats sit atop the ECC Women’s Cross Country Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The 2022 poll was announced following a vote of the league’s eight head coaches.… Read More »