Newly-appointed Daemen College Head Men’s Soccer Coach Bobby McColl has announced the addition of a special member to the men’s soccer program as 16-year old Drew Boehnlein of East Amherst was formally introduced during a press conference April 13 in… Read More »
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand talked about her experience as a student-athlete and how it shaped her into the woman she is today at the kickoff event on April 4 for Daemen College’s celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports… Read More »
Kathryn Graf, director of alumni relations at Daemen College, and the Student Alumni Ambassadors (SAA) organization have been selected as first-time recipients of awards presented by the Council for Advancement of Education Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (CASE ASAP) District II.… Read More »
Activist Erin Davies will bring her rainbow-colored Volkswagon Beetle, known as the “Fagbug,” which has become a symbol of tolerance and acceptance, to a special diversity event on April 19 as part of Daemen College’s Academic Festival.
The Fagbug will… Read More »
Specialized training on modifying exercise programs to make them more inclusive to individuals with disabilities will be available in a one-day program for area fitness trainers and exercise instructors being offered at Daemen College.
The “train the trainer” program, which… Read More »
Jeanette Foti joined Daemen College in 2015 as an administrative assistant in the Registrar’s Office. She has more than 20 years of teaching and school professional experience, having most recently worked in the SUNY Buffalo State Office of International and… Read More »
Daemen College women’s basketball player Somara Colon
(Bronx, N.Y./Mott Haven Village), who recently completed her senior season for the Wildcats, has been announced as the recipient of two postgraduate scholarships for minority students. Colon, a future student in the State… Read More »
In his spring State of the College Address, Daemen College President Gary A. Olson cited the institution’s positive momentum, new initiatives, and growing national visibility and reputation.
“We are continuing to make substantial progress and are advancing Daemen to a… Read More »
Recipients of Daemen College’s 2016 Outstanding Faculty and Staff Awards were honored by President Gary A. Olson at a special presentation following his spring State of the College Address on March 30.
This year’s honorees are Karen Cash of Amherst,… Read More »
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand will address the importance of advancing women in sports as featured speaker at Daemen College’s kick-off event for the 30th annual National Girls and Women in Sports Week to commemorate the extraordinary achievements of girls and… Read More »
Area top public health officials will discuss “Building a Public Health Movement in Buffalo: Education, Community and Advocacy” at 5 p.m. April 7 at Daemen College’s National Public Health Week celebration.
Sponsored by the Daemen Master of Public Health Program,… Read More »
ACe Callwood, CEO and co-founder of Painless 1099, which was among the emerging businesses named a winner in last year’s 43North business competition, will speak on April 6 as the final featured presenter in the 2015-16 Daemen College Nancy Haberman… Read More »
Kari (Flanders) Achatz graduated from Daemen College in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in art education and a minor in painting. As a student, she was active in the visual arts program and received the Sister Jeanne File Art History… Read More »
Director of Athletics Bridget Niland
announced today that Bobby McColl
has been selected to become the fifth head coach in the history of the men’s soccer program at Daemen College.… Read More »
Daemen College has received a positive report from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education evaluation team at the conclusion of their three-day site visit to the college.
During the on-site visit from March 14-16, the evaluation team met with… Read More »