Daemen College’s 70th commencement was unlike any other in the institution’s storied history.
With six unique graduation ceremonies held over two days—marking the first events of their kind on the college’s Amherst campus since the late 1950’s—the events safely brought… Read More »
The exemplary achievements of the Class of 2021 were recognized at the annual Excellence Awards Ceremony, held May 27 as part of the college’s commencement weekend.
“There is such dignity in completing a journey, especially when it’s not easy,” Michael… Read More »
Continuing a now-established tradition unique to Daemen, the sixth ALHANA (African, Latinx, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American) ceremony celebrated the achievements of the college’s racially and ethnically diverse graduates of the Class of 2021.
“By recognizing the unique obstacles faced… Read More »
In New York City’s mayoral primary on June 22, ballots will be cast for the first time using an uncommon—but not unproven—method for choosing candidates: ranked choice voting (RCV).
Using exit poll data to study voters’ perceptions of RCV’s effects… Read More »
Daemen College will add women’s lacrosse as the 18th varsity sport offered at the College, and the 17th competing at the NCAA Division II level. Plans call for the program to begin competition during the Spring 2023 semester. In addition,… Read More »
Melicia Edwards earned a bachelor of science in early childhood and special education from Daemen College in 2008.
She went on to receive a master’s degree in literacy education from Syracuse University. Currently, Edwards is working towards National Board Certification… Read More »
Top Skills New Leaders Need (To Get Ahead)
BNP360: Christina Coyle-Lenz
, director of the Leadership and Innovation program, wrote: “With our world changing at a seemingly more rapid rate, leaders—and aspiring ones—will need to learn to adapt to sense… Read More »