Daemen College has been named one of Upstate New York’s top 30 “hardest colleges to get into” as based on admission rates in new rankings released by Syracuse’s Post-Standard newspaper.
Daemen joins other prestigious Upstate New York colleges and universities… Read More »
Dorothy Ferguson, president of the Ferguson Family Foundation, has been appointed to the Daemen College Board of Trustees.
“We are pleased to welcome Ms. Ferguson to the Daemen board, and believe her depth of experience and extensive talents will be… Read More »
Three Daemen College students have been named the first recipients of the newly established Castle Scholarship, which provides tuition support to students participating in internships through the college’s Office of Career Services.
Castle Scholars are Ajanaee Brown of Brooklyn, accounting/professional… Read More »
Autism and applied behavior analysis will be discussed by experts in the field at a free educational event scheduled from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 15 in Room 120 in Daemen College’s Research and Information Commons.
The event, “Myths and… Read More »
Andrew Wilton is a clinical assistant professor of social work and sociology at Daemen College. He also continues to serve as a child and family therapist at the Catholic Charities Monsignor Carr Institute, where he provides therapeutic services for at-risk… Read More »
The Daemen College women’s volleyball team captured the outright regular season East Coast Conference Championship in the 3-1 defeat of host Roberts Wesleyan College this evening at the Voller Athletic Center. The Wildcats ousted their longtime rivals 25-23, 25-16, 18-25,… Read More »