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 »