Daemen College has received a $125,000 grant from the George I. Alden Trust to support an extensive renovation project in a general biology laboratory, the second phase of an improvement initiative underway in the college’s science facilities housed in Duns… Read More »
Daemen College President Gary Olson has announced that Dr. Kathleen Boone, who has served with distinction for more than 23 years as Title IX coordinator, will step down from this role to devote more time to serving as associate vice… Read More »
High-achieving high school seniors nominated to compete for prestigious Trustee Scholarships will participate in Daemen College’s 14th annual Scholars Day taking place on Feb. 3.
“We are excited to offer selected prospective students the opportunity to be considered for our… Read More »
To Maura MacDonald, America’s Basketball Mom, sneaker squeaks are a symphony and used sweat socks but a sweet perfume.
She has four sons who play the game and a husband who coaches it. A master schedule on her refrigerator tracks… Read More »
Don Gleason is serving as the first head coach of Daemen College’s men’s volleyball team, which will begin competition during the 2018-19 academic year.
Gleason, who assisted on coach Stephanie Albano’s staff for Daemen’s women’s volleyball team, brings a wealth… Read More »
Dr. Laura Edsberg, director of Daemen College’s Center for Wound Healing Research and professor of biology, gave a lecture on the “Latest Updates on Staging Pressure Injuries” at the New Jersey Hospital Association Pressure/Ulcer Injury Conference.… Read More »