Daemen College nursing students and faculty will have access to free educational resources on wound care through a new partnership established with Why Wound Care?, an initiative to inform nursing students, recent graduates, and faculty about rewarding careers in wound care. “We are extremely excited to enter into this partnership with the Why Wound Care?… Read More »
Daemen College has received a $50,000 grant from the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation to support the college’s Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE), a new initiative designed to offer recreation and competitive athletic opportunities for persons with disabilities. The grant will be used toward funding CAUSE programs that provide persons with disabilities… Read More »
Brandi Guerinot, senior associate athletics director for internal operations, will serve as interim athletics director at Daemen College while a national search is conducted to find a permanent successor for Bridget Niland, who previously announced her intention to pursue new opportunities with the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo beginning in early January. The appointment was announced by Daemen President… Read More »
Kristen Klyczek, who received a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from Daemen College, started her professional career in acute care and home health, and then focused on physical therapy services for children. She went on to earn a doctorate in rehabilitation science from the University at Buffalo, where she examined the sensory and motor skills… Read More »
Katlyn Newberry (Rochester, N.Y./Greece Athlena) of the women’s bowling team and Deion Hamilton (Rochester, N.Y./Greece Athlena) of the men’s basketball team have been named the Daemen College Student-Athletes of the Month presented by Western New York Knee and Orthopedic Surgery PC for November 2017. Newberry becomes the first-ever women’s bowling student-athlete to earn the award since the program’s inception… Read More »
Dr. Jay Wendland, assistant professor of political science at Daemen College, recently participated in a “Presidents and the Press” panel discussion that drew a capacity crowd to the Buffalo History Museum.