Daemen has forged a long-term partnership with Fortune 500 energy company AES and regional supplier EnergyMark to offset 90 percent of its electricity use with credits from a solar farm in Batavia, N.Y.
The solar farm will provide Daemen with… Read More »
Amherst’s State of the Town Address will be held on Daemen’s campus for the second year in a row.
Given the successful production of last year’s virtual address, town leadership wished to return. The event will be streamed live on
… Read More »
The Rockefeller Institute of Government – public policy research arm of the State University of New York (SUNY) – has released a new report on the effectiveness of state laws in the dissolution of villages by Lisa Parshall, a fellow… Read More »
HEOP students at Daemen and other recipients of financial aid joined Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany L. Hamilton to urge state lawmakers to seek further college aid funding on New York (CICU) Student Aid Advocacy Day
– held Feb. 2 by… Read More »
The 2021 Community Partner Awards – given by the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) at Daemen – have been presented to honorees in Jerusalem, Israel.
Awardees are Sara Bauer, Neil Bauer and Eyal Cohen of the Seymour Fox School… Read More »
EMERGENCE – a new Daemen-led initiative to highlight early-career artists in Western New York – has announced a slate of exhibitions at prominent galleries and a keynote by celebrated entrepreneur and artist Edreys Wajed this spring.
A call for work… Read More »
The relaunch will include a 2022-23 induction ceremony and a complete overhaul of the physical Hall of Fame display. A significant facelift will include a new, state-of-the-art digital display system within the Lumsden Gymnasium lobby. This upgrade will be funded… Read More »
Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) alum Kay Leach ’15 returned to Daemen last year to serve the department in a new role as administrative coordinator.
Kay holds an undergraduate degree in art education from Daemen and a Master of Fine… Read More »