In its seventh annual national rankings, College Raptor – a college comparison site for prospective students – has recognized Daemen for its affordability, student-faculty ratio, overall quality and other attributes.
Nationally, Daemen’s student-faculty ratio ranks in the top 20 percent… Read More »
Daemen’s Robert Mead-Colegrove has won a Volunteer Recognition Award for his work with the United States Blind Hockey Team, a club that is part of USA Hockey, with all legally blind players.
Mead-Colegrove – assistant dean for campus safety and… Read More »
Ludmila Janion, assistant professor and international mobility coordinator at the University of Warsaw’s American Studies Center will offer an “HIV/AIDS in Media” workshop at Daemen from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 28 in the college’s Research and… Read More »
Through a partnership with Total Testing, Daemen College is offering students at all levels the chance to earn a fully-online degree.
With a self-paced, accelerated National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS)-accredited online program, Total Testing is offering a new opportunity… Read More »
The Iconoclast, Daemen’s literary magazine, is accepting submissions of creative work – fiction, nonfiction, poetry, illustration, photography and animation and illustration – by March 3.
Works should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org with brief sentence biographical statement. Certain limits on the… Read More »
WILMINGTON, DEL. – The trophy case on Main Street has expanded once again.
After going 4-1 on Saturday, Daemen women’s bowling knocked off both host Wilmington and New Jersey City before edging Caldwell in the championship match, 4-3, in what… Read More »
An assistant professor in Daemen’s Education Department, Colleen Wilkinson offers expertise in special education – and teaches instructional design courses as well.
Colleen Wilkinson earned a PhD in special education from University at Buffalo. Most recently, she taught at Medaille… Read More »