Daemen College hosted a dedication ceremony on Oct. 23 to honor Estelle Siegel and her late husband, Bernard, for their generous support for the construction of a decorative stone wall that beautifies the front and west end of campus. In… Read More »
In the week leading up to Election Day, Daemen College’s “Get Civically Fit
” initiative offered a 2020 election preview panel discussion that featured experts on presidential elections.
The question and answer discussion on the upcoming election included panelists… Read More »
Dr. Jon Metz, head women’s triathlon coach at Daemen College, has co-authored a book about leadership and the importance of developing common purposes, values, and aspirations for organizations to attain success. The second edition of “Shared Vision: Building Team Success… Read More »
Dan Erickson, who had an artistic interest since an early age, earned a bachelor’s degree in art from Daemen College.
“My college experience at Daemen was everything I had hoped for as a student,” said Erickson. “Small class sizes established… Read More »
If you can be anything, be kind.
In what has been a challenging and emotionally-charged year, the Division of Athletics at Daemen College has dedicated their time and energy towards serving as a guiding light for those who need it… Read More »
Dr. Vicki Madaus Knapp, chair and assistant professor of applied behavior analysis at Daemen College, and ABA graduate Angela Deocki had a poster accepted to the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis conference.… Read More »