The Fall 2021 issue of Daemen Today
– the college’s twice-yearly flagship publication – is now available.
Copies are free around campus and are also arriving in thousands of mailboxes around the country. Readers can also “Flip” through the magazine
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In a letter to the campus community, Daemen President Gary Olson announced that the college will restructure its academic departments from divisions to schools. The plan was originally proposed by the Academic Affairs Restructuring Task Force and supported by the… Read More »
On March 12, 2020 – a few minutes before Sam Fesmire would debut as the lead in “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time” at Shea’s 710 in Buffalo – the show was called off due to then-breaking… Read More »
Daemen College has added a new master’s degree – Behavioral Science and Human Services.
The new 30-credit hour degree will begin in the fall of 2022 and will be available as both an on-campus and distance education option.
“Evidence shows… Read More »
After clinching their third East Coast Conference regular season championship in the program and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming ECC Championship tournament less than 24 hours ago, the Daemen women’s volleyball program placed another log on its metaphorical… Read More »
Alyssa Diaz (Rochester, N.Y.) of Daemen College has been named the East Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week for games played Nov. 2-6. The announcement of award winners was made via the league’s weekly sport report which was… Read More »
Bee Taylor is the first-ever coordinator for Daemen’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
Their role includes supervising Daemen’s Diversity Ambassadors, assisting with all the center’s programming, updating its website, running the Care Cupboard food pantry, and more.
Taylor’s higher education… Read More »