Category Archives: February 5 2018

Daemen Celebrates Opening of Graduate Studies Technology Center

Daemen College opened its new Graduate Studies Technology Center (GSTC), a part of a major effort to advance technology infrastructure for the college’s growing graduate programs, at a celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Feb. 1. As part of the opening celebration, State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer was honored for his efforts in obtaining $480,000 in… Read More »

Cheerleading Team Takes First Place at Competition

The Daemen College cheerleading team won first place at the prestigious Fredonia Cheerleading and Dance Competition held Jan. 21 at SUNY Fredonia’s Steele Hall Fieldhouse. Daemen’s cheerleading team, which consists of 16 members under the direction of coach Brianna Aichinger, was judged to have the best 2-minute routine among competing college teams at the event… Read More »

Free Tax Preparation Offered at Daemen

Daemen College accounting students will provide free tax preparation services to eligible individuals and families starting on Feb. 7. Offered through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, tax preparation will be available by appointment only to area residents with annual incomes below $54,000. Residents with incomes that slightly exceed this limit may be eligible… Read More »

Alum Profile – Elizabeth George Ivers ’70

Elizabeth George Ivers ’70 was honored by Daemen College with 2017 Distinguished Alumna Award, the highest honor presented to a graduate.  A graduate of Notre Dame High School in Batavia, Ivers earned a bachelor’s degree in history and government from Daemen (formerly Rosary Hill College). While attending Daemen, she studied abroad at Wroxton College in… Read More »

Saba, Harris Named Student-Athletes of the Month

Daemen College basketball standouts Sarah Saba (Lancaster, N.Y./Lancaster) and Breon Harris (Niagara Falls, N.Y./Niagara Falls) have been named the College’s Student-Athletes of the Month presented by Western New York Knee and Orthopedic Surgery PC for January 2018. Saba collects the honor for the second straight month. A six-foot senior guard, she averaged 18.8 points and 7.6 rebounds during a… Read More »

News to Know

Dr. Jack Peltz, assistant professor of psychology at Daemen College, has co-authored an article, “A Process-Oriented Model Linking Adolescents’ Sleep Hygiene and Psychological Functioning: The Moderating Role of School Start Times,” published in Sleep Health: Journal of the National Sleep Foundation.