Daemen University’s College of Health Professions
will be named The Scott Bieler College of Health Professions in honor of Scott Bieler – a member of the university’s board of trustees and the president and CEO of West Herr Automotive Group,… Read More »
Daemen University hosted an official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Saffrin Public Square on Thursday afternoon, celebrating the opening of the newly constructed quad.
“This is a major transformation of our campus, and it symbolizes Daemen’s unwavering commitment to sustainability and… Read More »
Daemen University’s Founder Celebration – an annual event honoring the institution’s origins, commemorating its rich history of scholarship, and continuing its momentum forward – was observed with a number of traditions and events.
The ceremonial ringing of the Founders Bell… Read More »
Junior Kitsa Scime (Williamsville, N.Y.) of Daemen University has been honored by the East Coast Conference for her outstanding play last week. Scime was named the ECC Co-Player of the Week, marking the second-straight week and third time this season… Read More »
The Daemen University women’s bowling team is ranked No. 11 in the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) Division II/III Preseason Poll released today. The No. 11 ranking equals the highest in program history. The Wildcats were ranked 13th in the… Read More »
A new partnership between Daemen University and the Catholic Health System (CHS) will allow the healthcare system to provide an orientation program on campus, with new CHS employees receiving trauma-informed training through Daemen’s Center for Interprofessional Learning and Simulation (CILS)
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Danielle Johnston, PA-C, MPAS, an assistant professor and clinical education specialist in the Physician Assistant Studies
department and Daemen University alum, has been named the 2023 Preceptor/Educator of the Year by the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA)
The… Read More »
Author Susan Furber read from her work and spoke to students at Daemen University about the writing and publishing process on Monday afternoon.
More than two dozen students filled the Alumni Lounge in the Yurtchuk Student Center as Furber read… Read More »
With the Daemen University men’s basketball team set to face the Syracuse Orange at the JMA Wireless Dome on Friday. October 27, the Daemen Division of Athletics, in collaboration with the Offices of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations, will host… Read More »
The CHIP Center
at Daemen University exists in order to provide students with counseling, health, insurance, and prevention services. We spoke to Arianna Coppola, the director of the CHIP Center, to learn more.
You received both your bachelor’s and master’s
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For the fifth consecutive year, Daemen University
has been recognized as a top institution of higher education in the country, being named to the U.S. News & World Report 2023-2024 Best National Universities list.
Daemen is one of just three… Read More »
Daemen University will honor five accomplished graduates during the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Awards
ceremony on Thursday, September 28, in the Yurtchuk Social Room.
The Distinguished Alumni Awards
were established in 1986 as a way to recognize the achievements, growth, and… Read More »
Laura Azzarella, the associate vice president for employee engagement
at Daemen University, has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Buffalo Niagara Human Resources Association (BNHRA). In her new role, Azzarella will serve as the governmental affairs director. … Read More »
Daemen University women’s soccer player Becca Schultz (Grand Island, N.Y.) has been honored by the East Coast Conference for her play last week. Schultz was named the ECC Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week, marking the first time in… Read More »
The Daemen University women’s tennis team opened East Coast Conference play with a 7-0 victory over cross-town rival D’Youville University this afternoon. The match was played at the Williamsville South High School tennis courts.… Read More »