Category Archives: December 4 2017

President Hosts Town Hall Meeting

Daemen College President Gary Olson held a town hall forum with faculty and staff on Nov. 28 to provide updates on college initiatives and to address questions on a range of issues. To start off the forum, Olson noted several recent major institutional accomplishments, including new academic programs just approved by the New York State… Read More »

Year-End Gifts Make a Difference

In this season of giving, this is the perfect time of year to celebrate and support the success of Daemen College students by making a year-end gift that will have an impact far beyond the holiday season. By including Daemen in your end of year giving, you will provide funding that will enable students to… Read More »

Tree Lighting Brightens Campus for Holidays

The Daemen College community came together on Nov. 28 to kick off the holiday season with the third annual campus tree lighting ceremony that featured a new choreographed music light show. The official lighting of a large pine tree located outside the college’s Wick Campus Center was done by Dr. Greg Nayor, vice president for… Read More »

Staff Profile – Christina Zytariuk

Christina Zytariuk is a technical support specialist in Daemen College’s Office of Information Technology. In this role, she is responsible for technical solutions and implementing changes to maximize computer and server capabilities on campus. She also assists with end user support to faculty, staff, and students. Zytariuk graduated with bachelor’s degrees in computer science and… Read More »

Daemen Athletics Launches Online Crowdfunding Site

The Daemen College Athletics Department is pleased to announce the launch of an online crowdfunding platform in a collaborative project with iWorld Fundraising, a division of The Advantage Company based in Williamsville. Crowdfunding uses the Internet, email and social media to raise gifts of varying amounts from a large number of people. The new crowdfunding… Read More »

News to Know

Daemen College’s historic Rosary Hall, a designated landmark in Amherst, has been prominently featured in a front page City & Region story in The Buffalo News. An online photo gallery includes more than 45 images highlighting the building’s many beautiful features. Recognized for its Italian Renaissance Revival architecture, Rosary Hall was designed by George Cary,… Read More »