NCAA President Mark Emmert will discuss the importance of collegiate sports in creating opportunities for student-athletes as featured speaker in the Daemen College Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series scheduled for 3:15 p.m. May 4 in the Wick Campus Center Social Room. The lecture, “College Sports: A Pathway to Opportunity,” is free and open to the public.… Read More »
Daemen College has scheduled April 26 as its first-ever Day of Giving, a 24-hour fundraising campaign that will invite the college community to come together to offer their support for students and the institution. For the inaugural Daemen Day of Giving, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, and friends will have the opportunity to make an online… Read More »
Daemen College sophomore students celebrated completing their second year at the college’s second annual Sophomore Social, which included the presentation of new academic awards at the event held on April 4. “We anticipate this special celebration will become a great new tradition at Daemen and help highlight the significance of the sophomore year, which is… Read More »
Events held both on campus and off as part of Daemen College’s celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Week from April 3 to 8 were hailed as largely successful by Bridget Niland, director of athletics. On-campus events, which were graciously presented by The Advantage Company, included speeches from Boston College Hall of Fame… Read More »
Daemen College will host a reading and discussion series on civic engagement that will be based on the writings of some of the most renowned authors in philosophy, literature, and religion. “The Civically Engaged Reader” program, sponsored by Humanities New York, will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays from April 25 to… Read More »
Dr. Lisa Inglis joined Daemen College in 2016 as a clinical assistant professor of physical therapy, having previously worked at the University of South Dakota. A neurologic certified specialist and licensed physical therapist, she specializes in geriatrics and adult neuromuscular rehabilitation. Her research focuses on prevention and therapeutic exercise for individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Inglis… Read More »
Mackenzie Donahue (East Aurora, N.Y./East Aurora) of the Daemen College women’s track and field team has been named the East Coast Conference Track Athlete of the Week for competitions held April 10 through April 16. The official announcement was made via the league’s weekly track and field report which was released this afternoon form the… Read More »
Lindsay Masters, writing specialist in the Daemen College Learning Center, and Carol McPhillips, director of the Learning Center, presented a workshop, “Exploring Hidden Sources of the Lack of Motivation,” at the 2017 New York College Learning Skills Association (NYCLSA) Symposium.