Daemen College’s Nursing Programs have been selected among the best in the country in new rankings released by Nursing Schools Almanac, a comprehensive online educational resource for aspiring nurses.
Daemen is ranked in the top 60 in the Mid-Atlantic region,… Read More »
Daemen College has named Dr. Ida Gibson as the college’s first chief diversity officer as part of the institution’s continuing commitment to advance diversity and inclusion on campus. Her appointment was effective Jan. 2.
In this new role, Gibson will… Read More »
Daemen College student Madison Flores has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Western New York Paralegal Association.
Selection for the scholarship is based on academic excellence, commitment to the legal profession, college and community activities, and enrollment in a… Read More »
Michelle Semski serves as an academic advisor in the Daemen College Student Success Center. She brings to Daemen nearly 10 years of advisement experience from Bryant & Stratton College and Trocaire College. She has also worked in other areas in… Read More »
Sometimes when you lose to Goliath, there’s still some positives to take away from the experience.
That was exactly the case tonight as the Daemen College men’s volleyball team opened just the second season in program history with blue blood… Read More »
“The First World Congress of Scottish Literatures in Glasgow 2014” includes a chapter, “Mapping Post-Devolution Scottish Fiction,” authored by Dr. Robert Morace, professor of English.… Read More »