Faculty members of Daemen University’s Behavioral Science Department
recently helped pass legislation
to amend New York’s State Education Law, allowing licensed behavioral analysts to treat individuals outside of just those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
This change was made, in large… Read More »
Daemen University’s latest hybrid study abroad program
is the first bachelor’s degree offered through Daemen, with help from partner Testing and Training International (TTI)
, customized to be sensitive to the Orthodox community’s religious tenets while ensuring students meet the… Read More »
A research study
conducted by Daemen psychology graduate Deven Nestorowich ’20 and Daemen faculty members on perceptions of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) was recently published in the European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education
Shannon… Read More »
For the second consecutive year, Daemen University earned the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics
Top Fundraising College title, raising a grand total of $6,821.
Held on Dec. 3, the event saw teams plunge into Lake Erie’s cold water at Woodlawn… Read More »
A new Daemen Athletics
Hall of Fame display has been added to the lobby of Lumsden Gymnasium
to highlight the university’s most accomplished athletes since the 1980s.
The display features an interactive touch screen with information about past inductees, current… Read More »
The Daemen University women’s basketball team topped the Mercy Mavericks 78-62 in the Wildcats’ final East Coast Conference game before Christmas on Sunday afternoon. After losing their first game of the season against St. Thomas Aquinas in Friday night’s overtime… Read More »
We sat down with Penny Messinger, chair of Daemen University’s History and Political Science Department
and director of Women’s Studies, to talk about what graduates can do with a history and political science degree.
Can you tell us about the
… Read More »