With Western New York beginning the reopening process, Daemen College President Gary Olson has announced that preparations to reopen its Amherst campus are moving ahead with great caution to ensure the health and safety of the college community and in… Read More »
Outstanding student leaders in clubs, organizations, and departments at Daemen College have been recognized in a virtual Student Leadership Awards ceremony presented in a specially created video.
“Due to the continuing fallout of the COVID-19 crisis, our annual ceremony to… Read More »
Beloved graduate Dolores Attea Sapienza ’53, a member of Daemen College’s second graduating class and a lifelong supporter of her alma mater, passed away on May 16, after a brief illness. She was 88.
“We are deeply saddened by the… Read More »
The Daemen College Class of 2020 physician assistant graduates were formally welcomed into the profession at a virtual white coat ceremony held in their honor.
Fifty-six PA graduates were recognized in the special online white coat ceremony, a rite of… Read More »
Ryan Grandits serves as assistant men’s basketball coach and operations assistant at Daemen College.
After serving as a graduate assistant coach in the 2016-17 season, Grandits was elevated to his current position. In this role, he is involved with the… Read More »
The Wildcats enjoyed a historic season before the COVID-19 pandemic caused the cancellation of the postseason. The Wildcats went 23-5 overall, setting a new benchmark for wins in the program’s NCAA Division II era.… Read More »
Daniel Shanahan, assistant professor/program director of the Daemen College Entrepreneurial Studies Program and artistic director of Torn Space Theater, was interviewed for a WBFO 88.7 story
, “Torn Space Adjusts to New Realities With a ‘Personal-Performance Piece’.” The piece, “Passage,”… Read More »