The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Department
at Daemen has changed its name – now known as the Behavioral Science Department
– in order to better reflect its growth in enrollment and degree programs, which are becoming increasingly attractive to out-of-state… Read More »
Daemen College has earned an array of national distinctions from Niche, an online higher education rankings platform.
More than 1,600 colleges and universities were included in the annual assessment for 2021, which took into account data from the U.S. Department… Read More »
A popular “selfie” spot in downtown Buffalo is bringing attention to an innovative collaboration between Daemen College and the Western New York Book Arts Center.
Since its installation in late April, the window display by Daemen has served as an… Read More »
A new minor, in e-commerce and web design, will be offered to students starting this fall semester.
“This concentration is focused on how we’re doing business now—and in the future: a blend of brick-and-mortar stores and online offerings,” said Sharlene… Read More »
Daemen College will hold an on-campus clinic offering up to 170 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The vaccines are available to current college faculty, staff and students and their… Read More »
A love of learning and education has always played a pivotal role in major life endeavors for Mike Morgan, the director of publications at Daemen College since 1984.
Morgan has fond memories of attending Buffalo State College, earning a bachelor… Read More »
The inaugural event—“From Moment to Movement”—stressed togetherness, community and action in face of inequality and deficits in social justice.
Organizers of the 2021 Equity Summit wanted to make it clear: This first-ever event of its kind on campus was not… Read More »
A common tool used by an array of professionals to assess experiences of trauma in the first 18 years of life fails to adequately uncover and contextualize adverse experiences—and has the potential to re-traumatize an individual by the manner in… Read More »
Combating COVID challenges unique to individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) is focus of state grant and partnership.
With funding from the New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (DDPC), the Daemen College Department of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)… Read More »
The Daemen College men’s track and field team placed second out of four teams at the 2021 East Coast Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championship held this afternoon on the campus of Roberts Wesleyan College.
The Wildcats totaled 142 points… Read More »
As a member of the Class of 2021, Samantha D’Agostino made her mark in the classroom—graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology —and also on the field: twice earning all-East Coast Conference honors as a… Read More »
With more than 680 gifts made during the 2021 Daemen Day of Giving, the college more than doubled its previous record for donations during the annual 24-hour event.
Going live just after midnight on Tuesday, April 20, response to the… Read More »
In early March 2020, Margaret Phillips traveled to India for a conference—funded through the Daemen Global Education Task Force—and to set the foundation for a service-learning study abroad program for the college.
Before the pandemic shut down international travel, and… Read More »
Challenges to the integrity of democratic systems in the U.S. were significant and unprecedented—even before the storming of the Capitol in Washington, D.C. in early January.
“Our country and its governing institutions have been facing moments of particular stress,” said… Read More »