For the second consecutive year, Daemen College has been ranked nationally in the prestigious Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings, which focus on student success and learning. The second annual list includes 1,054 institutions from across the U.S. Rankings are based on four key performance areas, including resources (30 percent), engagement (20 percent), outcomes… Read More »
A special Buffalo premiere of “Marshall,” which includes scenes shot at Daemen House as part of filming done last year in Western New York, will take place at 8 p.m. Oct. 7 at the North Park Theatre at 1428 Hertel Ave. The legal thriller stars Chadwick Boseman as a young Thurgood Marshall, a future Supreme… Read More »
Daemen College students involved in a service learning project in Buffalo’s Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood have teamed up with Slow Roll Buffalo and The Broadway Market to host a free community bike ride at 6 p.m. Oct. 2. Students planned the neighborhood ride for a project developed for a course on service learning, a core requirement for… Read More »
Warsaw’s POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews will be discussed by Dr. Karolina Krasuska, an expert on cultural studies, at a lecture scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 3 in Daemen College’s Research and Information Commons Room 120. In her lecture, Krasuska will explore the vision and purpose of the museum, which is the… Read More »
Dr. Torsten Doering, director of the Daemen College International Business Program and assistant professor of accounting, worked in management positions for 20 years in Europe and the U.S. before discovering his passion for teaching. Doering’s research focuses on supply chain management in international context that are supported by empirical methods. He is a member of… Read More »
Senior men’s tennis player Mark Veitengruber (Rockford, Mich.) posted wins in singles and doubles action to lead Daemen College to an 8-1 victory over visiting Rochester Institute of Technology under the lights this evening at the Ellicott Tennis Courts. The individual effort gives Veitengruber a combined 64 wins between singles and doubles matches in his career, surpassing… Read More »
Dr. Gregg Shutts, professor and chair of the Daemen College Physician Assistant Program, has been appointed by the New York State Board of Regents to a five-year term on the State Board for Medicine.