Baratunde Thurston – an Emmy-nominated host who has worked for The Onion, produced for The Daily Show, advised the Obama White House, and authored the New York Times-bestseller How To Be Black – will deliver the keynote address of Daemen
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For the first time since launching in 2020, the master in business administration (MBA) program
at Daemen University
has received accreditation from the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) – joining over 230 educational institutions in more than 20… Read More »
was one of only a dozen U.S. institutions of higher learning to achieve a perfect score in the Special Olympics Challenge for the 2022 Virtual College Championship Week presented by ESPN.
Placing third nationally out of 30 schools,… Read More »
In the wake of a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion indicating that Roe v. Wade is likely to be overturned, Daemen’s Lisa Parshall has been active in the media providing context on the controversial decision.
Parshall’s comments come ahead of… Read More »
The Parkinson’s Foundation will host its annual Moving Day Buffalo
for the first time on Daemen University’s campus on Saturday, Sept. 17, with help from students and faculty of the Physical Therapy Department
The event is part of Parkinson’s… Read More »
The annual event, now in 10th year, aims to raise funds to directly support WNY’s Premier Division II Team. The Wildcat Golf Classic will take place on Thursday, August 18 at Diamond Hawk Golf Course in Cheektowaga, the Daemen University… Read More »
The Daemen women’s track team has now finished as runner-up in three of the last four ECC Outdoor Championships. Daemen’s 114.33 points ranks as second most in program history, just behind the 119 points the Wildcats posted last spring.
First-place… Read More »
Patrick Ryan has held many roles at Daemen University, most recently becoming an information technology (IT) specialist for the institution’s Office of Information Technology
Ryan began working at Daemen in the Maintenance Department in 2013 and transitioned to working… Read More »