Category Archives: April 23 2018

NCAA CHOICES Grant Awarded to Daemen

Daemen College will receive $30,000 over the next three years as a recipient of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) CHOICES Grant, a funding mechanism for a collaborative effort between the Athletics and Student Affairs Departments to provide increased alcohol awareness programming for students. Developed through the support of the Anheuser-Busch Foundation, the NCAA CHOICES… Read More »

Join in Daemen Day of Giving

Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event, Daemen College will hold its second annual Day of Giving on April 25, a 24-hour campaign that brings together the college community to raise support for Daemen students and the institution. Throughout the daylong initiative, alumni, faculty, staff, trustees, and friends of the college will have… Read More »

College Reorganizes HR Operations

As Daemen College continues its commitment to advancing administrative operations, the human resources and payroll offices have been restructured into one department, a move that will enhance these vital services for college employees. Daemen’s Offices of Human Resources and Payroll have been reorganized under the newly created Department of Employee Engagement, with both offices remaining… Read More »

Faculty Profile – Penny Messinger

Dr. Penny Messinger, associate professor of history and chair of history and political science at Daemen College, teaches a range of classes in American history, women’s history and women’s studies. She also directs women’s studies at Daemen and has coordinated events for Women’s History Month since this celebration started at the college in 2007. In… Read More »

Saba Heading To Europe, Signs First Pro Contract

Senior standout Sarah Saba (Lancaster, N.Y.), who put together one of the finest careers in the history of the Daemen College women’s basketball program, is taking her talents overseas where she’ll continue her career at the professional level. The 6-foot guard has inked her first professional contract, agreeing to join BBC Grengewald Hueschtert, a club based out of… Read More »

News to Know

Margaret Phillips, assistant professor and director of paralegal studies at Daemen College, will address the important role of paralegals in the legal profession as a guest speaker at the Erie County Bar Association’s “Life After Law School” seminar series in May.