Destiny Nazaire was kindhearted and quiet, known as a giver of hugs to anyone in need and for her compassion for animals.
On Tuesday, Dec. 14, Destiny passed away from natural causes in Buffalo. She was 20 years old.
Deeply… Read More »
Greg Ford – chair of Daemen’s Physical Therapy Department – has been elected to serve as a commissioner on the national Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), for a four-year term.
As a commissioner, Ford ’95, ’00, ’04… Read More »
USA Hockey has chosen Daemen College to host the nation’s top young players in the sport this coming summer.
In June and July, hundreds of American players ages 15 to 17 will be based at the college’s main campus –… Read More »
The John R. Oishei Foundation has given $300,000 in support of the Todd & Leslie Shatkin Institute for Mobility Innovation & Technology (IMIT)
at Daemen College.
The three-year grant will support IMIT’s staff, specifically the clinical director position, which will… Read More »
The Daemen College Physical Therapy Department held its annual “Evidence Based Practice Clinical Research Symposium” on Dec. 11.
The event showcased the work of third-year professional doctor of physical therapy (DPT) students who presented their capstone research projects. Each project… Read More »
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Andrew Sischo
recorded his 10th consecutive double-double and Ryan Salzberg
posted season-highs in points, rebounds and assists to lead the Daemen Wildcats to a 74-64 victory over the District of Columbia Firebirds in East Coast Conference men’s… Read More »
Brandi Guerinot has been passionate about her many roles at Daemen—from previously serving as interim athletic director to now teaching sport management courses as a visiting assistant professor in the Business Department.
A former student athlete herself, Guerinot attended George… Read More »
– Vicki Knapp, Debbi Napolitano
, applied behavior analysis faculty – Governor’s signature needed to help New Yorkers with autism
– Greg Nayor
, vice president for strategic initiatives – College campuses encourage boosters ahead of… Read More »