In a Jan. 31 letter to campus, Daemen College President Gary Olson announced the formation of a new Staff Advisory Committee designed to build camaraderie and open up more lines of communication for all staff members, both salaried and hourly.… Read More »
With the 2020 election year underway, a group of Daemen College students traveled to Des Moines to experience the Iowa Caucus first-hand and to learn about its essential role in the presidential election race.
The five political science and history… Read More »
Danielle Eadie has been appointed clinical director of counseling services at Daemen College.
In her new role, she will oversee and manage the college’s counseling services as well as work to further the vision and development of clinical services offered… Read More »
The Daemen College Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) will offer 42 sport sampling sessions during this spring semester. The CAUSE program provides opportunities for people with disabilities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, and experience the… Read More »
Dr. Sean Christie ’15, ’17, earned a bachelor’s degree in natural science and a doctor of physical therapy from Daemen College and is currently pursuing a doctorate in health science from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.
Christie was one… Read More »
Graduate student Ashli Jeune
(Westampton, N.J.) was as hot as a summer afternoon, canning six first-half three-pointers en route to her third 20-point outing this season to lead Daemen College past rival Roberts Wesleyan College by an 80-48 final in… Read More »
Colleen Heidinger, adjunct instructor of entrepreneurism at Daemen College, has been named president of 43North and is the first woman to head the organization.… Read More »