Daemen College’s Business Administration Department has added specializations in the growing fields of social entrepreneurship and operations and supply chain management, giving students new educational opportunities in the business field.
Starting in the spring semester, the specializations will be offered… Read More »
Daemen College Trustee Wayne Wisbaum has been posthumously honored as Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year at the Association of Fundraising Professionals of Western New York’s National Philanthropy Day Celebration held on Nov. 13.
Wisbaum’s wife, Janet, accepted the award on… Read More »
Brooke Densing has been named as the first full-time director of Daemen College’s Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) initiative, which provides opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, and experience the camaraderie… Read More »
Daemen College will once again participate in Giving Tuesday, an international celebration of giving being held this year on Dec. 3.
Members of the college community are encouraged to show their Daemen pride by making a gift to the college’s… Read More »
Elizabeth Renner started this summer as coordinator of the Daemen College Global Programs Office. In this capacity, she assists with recruiting, marketing, designing, and managing the college’s study abroad opportunities, and supports the executive director with advising international students.
She… Read More »
Andrew Sischo of Daemen College has been named the U.S. Basketball Writers Association Men’s Division II National Player of the Week for the week ending November 10.
The redshirt-junior center was named MVP of the ECC-CACC Challenge last weekend after… Read More »
Due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, the Daemen Voice
will not be published on Nov. 25 and Dec. 2. The next issue will be on Dec. 9. Happy Thanksgiving!… Read More »
College’s ‘22 for 22’ effort to further campaign, beautify campus
Daemen College and the Town of Amherst have announced a major college-town partnership with the ambitious goal of planting 1 million trees across town, an initiative that has been launched… Read More »
Daemen College’s esports team, the first competitive collegiate gaming program established at a private institution in the Buffalo Niagara region, went undefeated in the East Coast Conference (ECC) win against the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) in the second annual d2… Read More »
As part of Daemen College’s “Campus Climate Conversations: Creating Community and Partnership” initiative, sessions designed to improve listening skills will be available for students, faculty, and staff.
The sessions on a technique called “generous listening” will be facilitated by consultant… Read More »
Dr. Kurt Blankschaen joined Daemen College this fall as an assistant professor of philosophy. He is excited to start his first year at the college teaching courses in medical ethics and medical humanities. He previously taught courses in ethics, political… Read More »
Daemen College got two first-half goals from senior Jamie Boyar (Williamsville, N.Y.) en route to a 2-1 victory over St. Thomas Aquinas College here today in East Coast Conference women’s soccer action. It marked the regular-season finale for both teams.… Read More »
Peter Schilke, director of instructional design at Daemen College, and Dr. Martha Kershaw, assistant professor of nursing, were co-presenters at “QM Connect: The 11th Annual QM Conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning,” held in October in Grapevine, Texas. Their… Read More »
The Daemen College Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) has been awarded grants totaling more than $315,000, including from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, to enhance its programming and other efforts designed to promote the well-being… Read More »
For the first time as a member of NCAA Division II, the Daemen College men’s basketball team opened the season as a ranked team as the Wildcats come in at No. 22 in the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC)… Read More »