Daemen College has again earned significant recognition from College Factual, a survey-based service that assists prospective students in researching institutions of higher learning.
In national rankings, Daemen landed in the top 20 percent of all institutions and was given an… Read More »
A new competition unique to Daemen – the Campus Justice Challenge – will seek to “improve the human experience at the college” and address issues now at the forefront of national conversations on race, justice, and reducing inequality.
The Inclusion… Read More »
Thermo Fisher Scientific, a Fortune 500 company and manufacturer of scientific instruments and materials, welcomed Daemen students to tour its Grand Island facility and to network with its workforce – one of the largest in Western New York.
Helen Meade,… Read More »
During the New York City municipal primary this summer, Daemen faculty members Jay Wendland and Erin Carman analyzed data on the first-ever use of ranked choice voting in the city, which was the largest population in U.S. history to have… Read More »
In an event for young professionals hosted by the Buffalo Niagara Partnership (BNP), Whitney Mendel, an associate professor of public health, will explore “Creating Wellness in the Workplace.”
Attendees can register for the virtual presentation, which will take place Friday,… Read More »
For the first time in the program’s NCAA Division II era, the Daemen women’s basketball team is opening a season as a nationally ranked team. The Wildcats come in at No. 20 in the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NCAA… Read More »
Tara Kaczorowski knew she wanted to be a teacher for as long as she can remember.
“I played ‘school’ with my sister,” she said. “Teaching is something I’ve always wanted to do.”
Now, as the new chair of Daemen’s Education… Read More »