Daemen College has been selected by University Research and Review as a 2017 Best Value School award recipient, making it one of fewer than 100 institutions across the country selected to receive this prestigious national designation. “We are honored to be chosen for this distinguished award and to be recognized for our exceptional educational value,”… Read More »
Daemen College vice president for institutional advancement, Craig Harris, declared the College’s first-ever Day of Giving campaign “an unqualified success.” This day-long fundraising effort, which took place on April 26, challenged Daemen alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents, and friends to give back in order to achieve various challenge gifts posed throughout the day by members… Read More »
On Thursday, April 27, Daemen officials held a reception in Alumni House for neighbors who live near the campus on Getzville Rd. and adjacent streets to discuss college initiatives and future plans for campus growth. This was one of a series of receptions for local neighbors held over the last five years to promote community… Read More »
More than 205 Buffalo area refugees received free routine health screenings from physician assistant students and faculty at the third annual Daemen College Refugee Health Fair held on April 26 in Jewish Family Service of Buffalo and Erie County. Screenings were offered for blood pressure, glucose, respiration, vision, heart and lungs, and ear, nose and… Read More »
Paul Lagno is in his second season as head men’s and women’s cross country/track and field coach at Daemen College. In his first year, he led the women’s cross country team to a runner-up finish at the East Coast Conference Championships, and a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Division II East Regional Championships. Lagno, a… Read More »
Dr. Şerife Tekin, assistant professor of philosophy at Daemen College, participated in a panel discussion on “Medical Aid in Dying,” as part of a public forum on physician-assisted suicide held this month at Trocaire College.