Daemen College has been ranked on Study.com’s 2019 list for the top 50 human resources programs in the country, making it the only college in the Buffalo Niagara region and one of three in New York State named to the… Read More »
Daemen College will hold a lecture and other events in
celebration of National Public Health Week 2019 taking place April 1 to 7.
“Public Health Week celebrates the power of prevention,
advocacy for healthy and fair policies, and champions the… Read More »
Daemen College will hold a Paralegal Night, which will
feature a discussion with lawyers and paralegals, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. April 4
in Rosary Hall.
Speakers at the event will talk about their experiences
working in federal and state… Read More »
Dr. Jack Peltz joined Daemen College last fall as an
assistant professor of psychology, having most recently served as a visiting
professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
Peltz, a licensed clinical psychologist, earned a doctorate
in clinical… Read More »
Daemen College redshirt sophomore center Andrew Sischo
(Guilderland, N.Y.) has been named the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association East Region Player of the Year, as well as to the All-East Region first-team. The official announcement of the D2CCA All-Region teams was made
… Read More »
Daemen College students Miklya Fisher and Justin Wright will
star in the upcoming production of “Actually,” directed by student Jadion
Jones. A collaboration between the Visual and Performing Arts Department and
the student organization Creative Minds, performances will be held… Read More »