Daemen University has announced the appointment of Dr. Mario Hicks, an accomplished fundraising professional with a decade of experience in fundraising, as vice president for institutional advancement
. His appointment is effective December 14.
In this role, Hicks will oversee… Read More »
Members of Daemen University’s community gathered in Rosary Hall
on Friday to pay tribute to the nation’s veterans during the annual “Veterans Day of Recognition” event.
Held in accordance with Veterans Day celebrated nationwide, the event began with the singing… Read More »
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Daemen University’s Center of Diversity and Inclusion
(CDI) will host Robert B. Caldwell
, assistant professor of Indigenous Studies at the University at Buffalo, to present his “Mapping Native America” lecture at 5… Read More »
A flurry of activities are set to take place for Daemen students, alumni, faculty, and staff during the university’s annual “Winterfest” celebration, slated to run from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2 on the Amherst campus.
The Daemen Traditions Committee… Read More »
Daemen has been awarded the No. 2 seed in the East Regional portion of the 2022 NCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball Championship. The Wildcats earned an automatic bid after winning the East Coast Conference Championship tournament
at Lumsden Gymnasium last… Read More »
We sat down with Laura Azzarella, the associate vice president of Employee Engagement at Daemen University, to talk about what she does and how her department is beneficial to students, faculty, and staff.
Why would someone visit your department?
We… Read More »
The entire campus community is invited to thank and honor its veterans at the Daemen University Veterans Day of Recognition event, set to take place at 11:30 a.m. on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11.
Weather permitting, a ceremony will be… Read More »
Daemen University will host prospective students and their families from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11, for Visit Day
, an annual event showcasing the institution’s bustling Amherst campus
The event will allow visitors to… Read More »
The Leadership and Entrepreneurship in the Arts
program at Daemen University, in collaboration with Arts Services Inc.
(ASI) and Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology
(BCAT), has issued a call for work to artists under the age of 30 for… Read More »
Historian Michael Bryant will deliver a lecture titled, “Malevolent Intentions and the Play of Circumstance: the Pogrom of November 1938 and Hitler’s Plan for the Jews,” at 6 p.m. this evening in Daemen University’s Wick Social Room
Bryant, a… Read More »
During last Saturday’s 2022 East Coast Conference Women’s Cross Country Championship
, Daemen University produced the individual champion and the runner-up, and placed second among the eight teams competing. Daemen’s Kassandra Nolet
(Fort Erie, Ontario) crossed the finish line first… Read More »
Samantha Maiarana began her journey at Daemen in 2010 when she came to campus as a student, eventually graduating with both her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a human resources specialization, and her Master of Science in Leadership… Read More »
John Yurtchuk, chair of the Daemen University Board of Trustees
, has been appointed chair of the board of directors for the National Trust for the Humanities
effective Jan. 1, 2023, a charitable organization that supports the prestigious National Endowment
… Read More »
Daemen is encouraging its community members to exercise the right to vote through the annual “Get Civically Fit” initiative sponsored by the History & Political Science Department
, Institutional Advancement
, and Student Affairs
“The campaign focuses… Read More »
Faculty of Daemen University’s Behavioral Science Department
are offering a new in-person speaker series to help educate both prospective students and current professionals about current topics and critical developments in their field.
“This series is designed to bring people together… Read More »