has been named a national College of Distinction – a prestigious recognition given to higher education institutions – as an acknowledgement of distinction in teaching, scholarship and student success.
The honor marks the 15th consecutive year Daemen has… Read More »
Robert Gioia, a civic leader in western New York for nearly 50 years and retired president of The John R. Oishei Foundation, has been appointed to the Daemen University Board of Trustees
“There are few leaders in our region… Read More »
The American Association for Italian Studies (AAIS) has awarded the book prize for Visual Studies to Laura Watts, professor of art history in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts
at Daemen University
, for her book Italian Panting in… Read More »
’s Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program
recently presented Oishei Children’s Hospital its 2022 Community Partner Award – an annual recognition given to a local agency that has worked with the university to provide hands-on experience to ABA students.… Read More »
AMHERST, N.Y. – It was another successful term in the classroom for Daemen University’s student-athletes who achieved a collective 3.26 grade point average (GPA) during the Spring 2022 semester. It marks the 18th consecutive semester that Daemen student-athletes have recorded… Read More »
Joyce Strobel, who has worked at Daemen
for more than 25 years, was recently promoted, becoming the institution’s director of publications.
Strobel began working in Daemen’s print shop as a typesetter in the 1980s and later transferred to publications as… Read More »