Category Archives: May 8 2018

Oishei Grant to Benefit Daemen’s Nonprofit Resource Institute

Daemen College has received a $350,000 grant from the John R. Oishei Foundation for the Institute for Government and Nonprofit Innovation, Training, and Evaluation (IGNITE), which is housed in Daemen’s historic Curtis Hall. The foundation funding will provide support toward major facility enhancements that will maximize IGNITE’s use of Curtis Hall, including additional training and… Read More »

Multicultural Celebration Honors Graduating Students

Daemen College Class of 2018 graduating students from diverse backgrounds were recognized at the college’s second annual ALHANA (African, Latino, Hispanic, Asian, Native American) Graduation Celebration held on May 2. College faculty and staff joined together to honor graduates and their achievements at the on-campus celebration, where each student were presented a certificate in recognition… Read More »

Daemen to Host Commencement Ceremonies

Daemen College President Gary Olson will confer degrees to more than 1,025 undergraduate and graduate candidates in the Class of 2018 at the college’s 67th annual commencement on May 19 in Kleinhans Music Hall. The undergraduate ceremony will take place at noon and will include the presentation of the Charles Lumsden Award, Daemen’s most prestigious… Read More »

Ringler Named Regional Recipient of Arthur Ashe Award

Gretchen Ringler, a senior on the Daemen College women’s tennis team, has been named the NCAA Division II East Region’s recipient of the Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). She is one of eight regional recipients with the national recipient to be announced at a later date. The Arthur… Read More »

Alum Profile – Ian Gattie ‘06

Ian Gattie received a bachelor of fine arts degree from Daemen College in 2006. Shortly after receiving his degree, he began doing freelance photography and video production in Buffalo, where he collaborated with musicians and artists from around the country. Gattie’s creative expertise opened up other doors for him and he added branding and creative… Read More »

Daemen Elevates Cheerleading To Varsity Status

The Daemen College cheerleading team will be elevated from club to varsity status beginning with the 2018-19 academic year, and head coach Brianna Aichinger has been selected to lead the program, interim director of athletics Brandi Guerinot announced today. “We are very excited to elevate our existing cheerleading team to varsity status,” said Guerinot. “The college has a long… Read More »

News to Know

Dr. Dominic D’Amore, associate professor of biology at Daemen College, is quoted in a Washington Post story, “Scratches on Dinosaur Teeth Reveal Their Fierce, Efficient Eating Habits.”