Teens who are not getting sufficient sleep are more likely to suffer from symptoms of depression, a result that can be mitigated when parents enforce bedtimes with adolescent children, according to new research led by a Daemen College professor.
The… Read More »
Daemen College history majors Madeleine Ruger and Tysai Washington have each been selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Ruger, a Hamburg resident, will study Czech language, literature, and history this spring semester at Charles University in… Read More »
Tickets are still available for featured Daemen College men’s volleyball matches being held this week against high-profile Division I teams.
The Wildcats will take on Pepperdine University on Jan. 14 and Harvard University on Jan. 16 in Lumsden Gymnasium. Daemen… Read More »
Dr. Robert Huddler, Jr., who earned a doctor of physical therapy from Daemen College, received the college’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award.
He is an experienced physical therapist and prosthetist with more than 25 years of experience as a practitioner and… Read More »
Daemen College head men’s basketball coach Mike MacDonald
and the MacDonald Basketball Academic will once again conduct the Daemen College Winter Break Basketball Camp in mid-February.
The Winter Break Basketball Camp is open for boys in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade,… Read More »
Dr. Andrew Wise, professor of history and director of the Daemen College Center for Polish Studies, is serving on the Holocaust Resource Center of Buffalo Board of Directors.… Read More »