While 1,102 days had passed since Daemen last held commencement at Kleinhans Music Hall, this year’s ceremonies – the 71st in the institution’s history – were a welcome return to the university’s long-standing tradition of holding graduation in one of… Read More »
As the academic year closes, Daemen is ramping up plans to celebrate its 75th anniversary.
Throughout the summer and fall, a spate of events
will honor the institution’s history and gather the university’s community of students, alums, faculty, staff and… Read More »
Academic departments came together at the annual Student Excellence Awards to present honors to graduating students who excelled in and out of the classroom. The university also presented several campus-wide awards, continuing an institutional tradition.
Awarding of Honorary Degree
In… Read More »
The news indicates a significant stride for the program which has competed as an NCAA Division I-II independent since its inception.
Daemen will join the NEC along with fellow Western New York institution D’Youville University, bringing the NEC’s stable of… Read More »
A five-year member of the Daemen women’s bowling program, Hasiotis helped the Wildcats to 164 wins while winning numerous tournament championships. This past season, with Hasiotis using an additional year of eligibility granted by the NCAA due to COVID-19, she… Read More »
Visual and performing arts
alum Matthew Favale ’16 has returned to Daemen – this time as an information technology specialist.
Since graduating from Daemen with a bachelor of science in art
, with minors in illustration
and graphic design
,… Read More »