After a national search, Daemen University has appointed Greg Ford as founding dean for the new College of Health Professions
As Dean, Ford is charged with establishing strategic priorities for the College of Health Professions and advancing the mission… Read More »
Daemen University alum Diane Lobdell ’14 has been named vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer at Sisters of Charity Hospital
Lobdell earned both her bachelor’s degree in nursing
and her master’s degree in nursing executive
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Daemen University Animation Program
instructor Kenneth Doyle recently illustrated the book cover of “The Forest Soldier
,” written by the late John Roman Nurt.
The book tells the true story of Nurt’s father, Józef Niedźwiecki, who was a cavalry… Read More »
The Daemen University Career Services
office, in collaboration with retail company JCPenny, is offering the annual JCPenney Suit-Up event
to increase access of professional apparel and services to Daemen students, alums, staff, and faculty.
The event will take place from… Read More »
The Daemen University women’s basketball team picked up its largest victory of the season, topping Queens 74-52 on Sunday afternoon. It marked the ninth straight Daemen victory against the Knights, and the first time the Wildcats scored over 66 points… Read More »
We sat down with Dr. Heather Stassen, the founding Dean of the College of Arts, Sciences, and Education (CASE)
at Daemen University, to talk about her role and what it means to Daemen. Since her appointment in June, 2022, she… Read More »
The Daemen University Animation Program
has garnered statewide recognition, ranking among the top 10 animation schools in New York State by Animation Career Review
—an online resource for those seeking careers in animation, graphic design, and other related fields.
More… Read More »
Daemen University’s annual All High Art Weekends
, a celebration of artwork by local high school students, will feature two events in February.
First, the All High Art Exhibition
opens Feb. 11 and will include submissions from high school juniors… Read More »
Daemen University faculty and staff are preparing to host Experience Daemen Week, an event that provides prospective students with opportunities to learn about their desired major and the benefits of a Daemen education.
The weeklong event will run from Monday,… Read More »
Last fall, Daemen University partnered with Elbers Landscape Service
—a local landscaping company established in 1919—to service its Amherst, N.Y. campus.
As of Oct. 1, 2022, six of the company’s crew members have worked on campus, initially concentrating on main… Read More »
The Daemen University women’s track and field team took part in the Highlander Invitational held today at the Kerr-Pegula Field House on the campus of Houghton University. A first place showing by graduate student Kassandra Nolet
(Fort Erie, Ont.) in… Read More »
Daemen alum David Johnson ’16, is the senior director of the College Prep Program at Buffalo Prep, an organization founded in 1989 to provide access and preparation for talented, underrepresented youth to achieve success in education.
Last year, Johnson returned… Read More »
The Daemen University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
will host the 17th annual Learning and Teaching Symposium
for faculty and administrators on Thursday, Jan. 19, in the Wick Center
Sponsored by the university’s Office of
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Lindsay R. Masters, director of academic support and engagement
at Daemen University, is one of 19 honorees of Buffalo Business First’s 2023 Inclusion Diversity Equity Awareness (IDEA) Awards
, now in its fourth year.
The awards honor those who are… Read More »
Daemen University will host its annual Scholars Day
event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11, offering nominated, accepted students the opportunity to compete for one of the institution’s 10 most-prestigious Trustee Scholarship awards.
To begin the… Read More »