Daemen College has been selected for the ninth consecutive year by Victory Media as a Military Friendly School, making it one of the best colleges in the country for veterans to receive a college education. This national designation is awarded to top colleges, universities, and trade schools that are doing the most for veterans and… Read More »
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) Buffalo Branch has awarded a 2018 Chamberlin Fund Grant to Daemen College student Taqiyah Gibbons. The grant provides financial support for educational expenses for female college students. Recipients are selected based on academic achievement, potential for achieving their academic and career goals, and financial need. Gibbons, a Dean’s… Read More »
Daemen College’s second annual Day of Giving was a great success, raising more than $21,000 during the 24-hour campaign. The one-day fundraising effort held on April 25 brought in an average gift of $120 per donor. Supporters helped Daemen reach two challenge gifts, including a $1,000 challenge from a board trustee when the campaign reached… Read More »
Anthony Olan is a classroom and events technology assistant in the Daemen College Office of Information Technology. In this role, he is responsible for assisting with ensuring classroom technology is up-to-date and operating appropriately, and helps with setting up technology for special events at Daemen. Originally from New York City, Olan received a bachelor’s degree… Read More »
A new initiative at Daemen College is helping promote physical exercise and sportsmanship. CAUSE (Center for Allied and Unified Sports Exercise) was introduced this Fall and pairs student-athletes and their classmates at Daemen College with younger athletes who suffer from some sort of social or physical disability.