Category Archives: October 31 2016

Executive Dining Room Moves to Historic Building

Daemen College’s Executive Dining Room has officially been moved from the Wick Campus Center to its new space in Rosary Hall, the college’s first administrative building and a historic landmark in Amherst. The dining room, which is now located in the former office of the vice president for institutional advancement, is available for use starting… Read More »

Daemen Director Presented Statewide Award

Christopher Malik, director of student activities at Daemen College, has received the 2016 Outstanding Service to Higher Education Award from the College Student Personnel Association of New York State (CSPA-NYS). The award, which was presented at the association’s annual conference held this month in Buffalo, honors a professional who has given distinguished service to higher… Read More »

Veterans Day Celebration Planned at Daemen

Daemen College will hold a special Veterans Day celebration on Nov. 11 that will include a presentation by the Niagara Falls Air Force Base Honor Guard and the display of a student-made 17-foot-by-32-foot flag. The day’s activities will begin at 10:30 a.m. in Daemen’s Lumsden Gymnasium with a presentation by the Honor Guard on the… Read More »

Top First-Year Students Honored at Daemen

The top 10 first-year students at Daemen College who earned the highest grade point average in their first year at the college were recently recognized at a luncheon held in honor of their academic excellence. The top students, who had a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.93, represent majors in mathematics, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant… Read More »

Staff Profile – Mame Yaa Ankoma-Mensa

Mame Yaa Ankoma-Mensa joined the Daemen College Athletic Department this year as the student-athlete success and community engagement coordinator. In this role, she coordinates and assists with student-athlete development and community engagement initiatives for Daemen Athletics. Ankoma-Mensa comes to Daemen from the teaching field, having most recently served as a second and third grade teacher… Read More »