Daemen College’s inaugural Founders Celebration scheduled for Sept. 7 and 8 will launch a new annual tradition to commemorate the college’s rich history of academic excellence as it marks its 70th anniversary this year.
As part of the two-day campus-wide… Read More »
Daemen College has announced the appointment of Frank S. Williams, who has served as interim vice president for enrollment management since March 2017, to the permanent position at the college after a national search. His appointment is effective Sept. 1.… Read More »
Daemen College’s continuing commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability has been honored with a Certificate of Donation in recognition of the institution’s contributions to a recycling fundraiser to benefit Camp Good Days and Special Times.
The certificate was awarded in… Read More »
Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz will discuss his economic development plan and its impact on the Buffalo Niagara region at the Daemen College Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series event scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Aug. 28 in the Wick Campus Center’s… Read More »
Daemen College will open the academic year and officially welcome nearly 470 new students and their families at the Convocation 2017 ceremony scheduled for 3 p.m. Sept. 2 in the Wick Campus Center Dining Room, marking the first time the… Read More »
Christine Kozlowski earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and graduated summa cum laude from Daemen College in 2016. A Dean’s Scholar student, she participated in many opportunities offered at the college, including two study abroad experiences in Mexico, which she… Read More »
On Thursday, August 10, more than 120 participants descended on Glen Oak Golf Club in East Amherst for the Fifth Annual Wildcat Golf Classic presented by RP Oak Hill Building Company, Inc., the largest fundraising event of the year for… Read More »
Dr. Serife Tekin, assistant professor of philosophy at Daemen College, served as a faculty member for the University of Pittsburgh Summer Program in philosophy of science for underrepresented groups. The inaugural program hosted by Pitt’s Center for Philosophy of Science… Read More »