In a newly released video from Daemen College President Gary Olson, he praised faculty and staff for their strength, resiliency, and successes despite facing many challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Olson updated the campus community on the well-being… Read More »
Dr. Joseph Sankoh, associate professor of political science at Daemen College, has been selected for a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Rwanda, making this the second time he has been chosen for this prestigious international program.
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Daemen College has received a donation of equipment from local dentist Dr. Todd Shatkin for use in the college’s natural sciences laboratories, which are among the most widely used learning spaces on campus.
“We greatly appreciate Dr. Shatkin’s generous donation… Read More »
The new federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act, the largest economic stimulus package in American history, has allocated $14 billion in funding to colleges and universities across the country.
According to a recent letter from Daemen President… Read More »
Daemen College will showcase the academic and creative achievements of students in a special virtual Academic Festival taking place on April 29. The 19th annual festival has been moved to an online format for the health and safety of the… Read More »
Nekia Kemp, who earned a master’s degree in executive leadership and change with a concentration in nonprofit leadership from Daemen College, was honored with the college’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award for Service to the Community.
Kemp serves as executive director… Read More »
Daemen College men’s volleyball student-athletes Zach Yerington (Hamburg, N.Y.) and Zach Schneider (Lockport, N.Y.) have been named the 2020 Off the Block/Frisco Mo All-Independent Team.
The All-Independent Team recognizes the best players during the regular season from National Collegiate Athletic… Read More »
Gerda Weissman Klein, a past recipient of an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Daemen College, is featured in an inspiring USA today story, “96-year-old Phoenix Holocaust Survivor Becomes Beacon of Hope During COVID-19 Crisis
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