A short film by Geoff Roberts, a 2020 graduate in animation, was chosen as “Pick of the Day” on the popular website Cartoon Brew
“Becky doesn’t have much in the scary jungle she calls home,” a teaser for the… Read More »
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership—the region’s chamber of commerce and privately-funded economic development organization—has welcomed Daemen’s Tina Addison into its selective Leader Exchange program.
Addison joins a cohort of just a dozen local leaders who will meet together over the course… Read More »
Another race, another victory for the Daemen College women’s cross country team. Today’s win came at the Canisius Alumni Classic, which took place at Delaware Park in Buffalo. The Wildcats placed first out of a 12 team field, which featured… Read More »
Daemen Forum, the college’s thought leadership-driven panel series, continues Thursday with a conversation about the ways physical therapy helps heal the body, takes a holistic approach to patient care, and how the profession promotes preventative healthcare.
From noon to 1:30… Read More »
Megan Beardi began working as a marketing assistant at Daemen College in 2017, and was then promoted to assistant director of graduate admissions—all while completing her master’s degree in leadership and innovation at the college.
Beardi, who also earned a… Read More »
Daemen College has earned a multitude of national distinctions from Niche, an online higher education rankings platform.
Daemen was rated as an “A” college nationally for its value and ranked third in the category in the Buffalo-Niagara region.
For 2022,… Read More »
Congressman Brian Higgins visited the college’s Amherst campus Friday to discuss Daemen’s Todd & Leslie Shatkin Institute for Mobility, Innovation, and Technology (IMIT).
Scheduled to open in summer 2022, the venture will provide sophisticated technology and treatment to those who… Read More »
This week, the National Federation for Just Communities of WNY (NFJCWNY) and Daemen College will premier “Diggin’ into Diversity,” a video for young people that discusses stereotypes and focuses on opening minds to acceptance and inclusion.
Debuting to more than… Read More »
The American Society for Cytotechnology has named Daemen alum Roberto Zambrano its 2021 “Rookie of the Year.”
Currently employed at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Zambrano graduated in 2018 from Daemen with a master’s degree in cytotechnology and in… Read More »
Daemen College Head Women’s Basketball Coach Jenepher Banker announced the addition of a special member to the program as AnnaRose Van Sciver of Tonawanda, N.Y. was formally introduced during a signing ceremony Wednesday at Lumsden Gymnasium.
AnnaRose comes to Daemen… Read More »
Lisa Parshall, president of Faculty Senate and a professor of political science at Daemen, was interviewed recently on the Government Executive Daily podcast
, as part of a series on the lasting impact of September 11 on federal administration and… Read More »
At heart, Kathryn Procknal ’14 ’21 has always been a social worker.
“I recently looked back at my old yearbook from the fourth grade and for the question, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’” Procknal said,… Read More »
In his fall State of the College speech, President Gary Olson noted that increased enrollment, successful COVID-19 prevention measures, campus improvement projects, and other recent achievements signify that the institution continues to thrive—even as the pandemic’s headwinds continue to create… Read More »
The annual ringing of Founders Bell—one of the most prominent events of Founders Celebration—marked the college’s 74th anniversary, honored its tradition of academic excellence, and reflected on Daemen’s recent growth with an eye toward the future.
Opening the ceremony, Board… Read More »
Tiffany Hamilton has been appointed to the college’s cabinet, becoming the first chief diversity officer to join the body.
Cabinet is composed of senior officers at the college, including the president and vice presidents, who are responsible for the institution’s… Read More »