Category Archives: February 13 2017

Daemen Establishes Historic Partnership With The Park School

Daemen College has established an historic new partnership with The Park School of Buffalo designed to develop collaborative initiatives that will enhance academic, athletic, and community outreach programs at both institutions. This is the first agreement of its kind established between Daemen and a private school in the Buffalo Niagara region in recent history. A… Read More »

New Lunch Series Offers Chance to Chat With the President

Daemen College is launching a new Lunch with the President series to offer faculty and staff the opportunity to engage in informal conversation with President Gary A. Olson on current college initiatives, future plans, and to address questions on various college-related topics. The new luncheon series is one of several ongoing presidential communications efforts at… Read More »

Top High School Artists Honored by Daemen

Local high school students were recognized for their exceptional artwork at an opening reception held Feb. 5 for Daemen College’s 48th annual All High Exhibition in the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Gallery in the Haberman Gacioch Arts Center. Exhibition honors and Daemen scholarships were awarded to selected juniors and seniors from high schools from… Read More »

College Upgrading Phone System

Daemen College has started the process of upgrading its campus-wide phone system to a new system that uses VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) technology. The new DialPad phone system offers several features, including call forwarding to cell phones, caller ID, voicemail to text, conference calling, and text messaging. Faculty and staff have the option to… Read More »

Faculty Profile – Meri Stiles

Dr. Meri Stiles joined Daemen College this year as an associate professor of social work. She previously taught psychology and human services at Lyndon State College, where she was awarded a three-year alcohol prevention grant through the NCAA, which supported a number of innovative health promotion programs for college and high school students. Her teaching… Read More »