Category Archives: January 29 2018

Opening Planned for Graduate Studies Technology Center

The Daemen College community is invited to attend the official opening on Feb. 1 for the college’s newly established Graduate Studies Technology Center (GSTC), a part of a major initiative to advance the college’s technology infrastructure for its growing graduate programs. The celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. in the center located in Daemen’s Research… Read More »

43North Winner to Discuss Company’s Sun Safety Product

Andrew Martinko, CEO and co-founder of startup company Suncayr, winner of last year’s 43North competition, will be the featured speaker at Daemen College’s Nancy Haberman Gacioch Entrepreneurship Lecture Series event taking place on Feb. 28. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 5:30 p.m. in Daemen’s Wick Campus Center Alumni Lounge. Founded in 2014… Read More »

Staff Profile – Eric Diethorn

Eric Diethorn serves as campus safety supervisor at Daemen College, having previously worked as security manager at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Mass. Diethorn has also worked with the security team at Fidelity Investments’ global headquarters, United States Postal Service, South Station in downtown Boston, and Endicott College. He has extensive training and experience… Read More »

McKrell Named Semifinalist for Wooden Cup Award

Katie McKrell (Webster, N.Y,), a senior on the Daemen College women’s volleyball team, has been named one of 25 semifinalists for the Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup, a prestigious award bestowed upon one intercollegiate student-athlete each year by the Athletes for a Better World (ABW) organization.  The award, named for legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, recognizes… Read More »

News to Know

Dr. Charlie Wesley, assistant professor of English at Daemen College, has co-edited a special edition of The Journal of Commonwealth Literature entitled “New Directions in Rushdie Studies.”