Daemen College has been named to the 2019 “Hardest Colleges to Get Into in America” list by Niche, a college ranking Web site.
Daemen is ranked No. 53 among 131 New York State institutions, making it the highest ranked private… Read More »
Daemen College student Alyssa Schlosser has been awarded a First Niagara Foundation Scholarship, which provides financial assistance for full-semester or summer student internships.
The $2,500 scholarship is awarded to students with a minimum 3.0 GPA who are participating in unpaid… Read More »
Visiting Polish scholar Dr. Grzegorz Kość will discuss two of the most prolific American poets and writers of the 20th century at lectures being held in November as part of the Daemen College History and Politics Event Series.
Both lectures,… Read More »
Nearly 100 small U.S. flags in honor of veterans will be placed on Daemen College’s campus front lawn as part of activities being held in observance of Veterans Day.
For the celebration on Nov. 8, a flag folding ceremony by… Read More »
Dr. Christina Kelly joined Daemen College this fall as an assistant professor of physical therapy. She most recently was a physical therapist in an outpatient neurorehabilitation clinic at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn.
Kelly is a certified neurological… Read More »
After debuting last week at No. 7, the Daemen College women’s volleyball team is ranked No. 3 in the latest NCAA Division II East Region poll
which was released this afternoon at ncaa.com
. The Wildcats’ four-spot ascent was the… Read More »
Dr. Meri Stiles, associate professor of social work at Daemen College, has co-authored an article, “Exploring the Association Between Alcohol, Marijuana, and Secondhand Effects With Rural College Students,” published in the Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.… Read More »