Category Archives: May 8 2017

NCAA President Discusses College Sports

As the top leader in U.S. collegiate sports, NCAA President Mark Emmert gave an insightful national perspective on how college athletics serves as a pathway to opportunity and lifelong success at a special lecture presented at Daemen College. Addressing a capacity crowd, Emmert was the featured speaker in a Daemen Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series event… Read More »

Students Recognized at First Multicultural Graduation Celebration

Daemen College’s Class of 2017 graduating students from diverse backgrounds were honored at the institution’s inaugural multicultural graduation celebration held on May 2 in the Wick Campus Center Social Room. Daemen faculty and staff came together to recognize graduates and their achievements at the college’s first-ever ALHANA (African, Latino, Hispanic, Asian, Native American) Graduation Celebration.… Read More »

Daemen Announces Addition of Men’s Volleyball

Daemen College officials have announced the addition of men’s volleyball to teams sponsored by the institution for intercollegiate athletic competition. The official announcement was made at a press conference held on campus May 5 in the Lumsden Gymnasium, the future home of the men’s volleyball team, which will begin competition during the 2018-19 academic year.… Read More »

Alum Profile – Jeanne Ryan ‘63

Jeanne Ryan graduated from Holy Angels Academy and went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in English from Daemen College (then Rosary Hill College). She then moved with her husband to New York City, where she had received a Regent’s Advance Study Fellowship at New York University. During her time in New York City, Ryan… Read More »

Awards Doled Out At Daemen ESPY’s

The Daemen College Athletic Department shifted from the rigors of competition into celebration mode on Friday evening, as student-athletes, coaches and administrators took time to reflect on the 2016-17 season at the department’s annual awards banquet, dubbed the Daemen ESPY’s, held in Lumsden Gymnasium.  Award recipients from Daemen’s current stable of 16 intercollegiate athletic programs… Read More »

News to Know

The Buffalo News gave an excellent review of the Kavinoky Theatre’s production of “The Father,” directed by Robert Waterhouse, associate professor of theater at Daemen College. The one-act play runs through May 14.