Dr. Lisa Parshall, professor of political science at Daemen College, has co-authored a book on President Donald Trump that examines his approach to “deconstructing the administrative state” and its impact on the future of public administration.
“Directing the Whirlwind: The… Read More »
Visual and Performing Arts students at Daemen College have completed a mural project at the Matt Urban Center that was put on hold last spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The course was part of Daemen’s extensive Service Learning Program,… Read More »
Daemen College men’s basketball star Andrew Sischo
has been named an NCAA Division II Preseason All-American by Basketball Times, a monthly print publication that has covered college basketball since 1980. The publication’s announcement of Preseason All-Americans was made in its… Read More »
Gretchen Tower is a visiting clinical professor in the Daemen College Nursing Department. She previously served as an adjunct clinical faculty member for the adult gerontological nurse practitioner program.
Tower has 32 years of nursing experience, with the last 19… Read More »
Many words can be used to describe Daemen women’s volleyball veteran Georgia Wicker and her impact on the Wildcats community. But, reliable best fits her and her time on Main Street the past four years.
When Daemen women’s volleyball head… Read More »
“Dry Needling Curricula in Entry-Level Education Programs in the United States for Physical Therapists” has been co-authored by Daemen College faculty Dr. Greg Ford, physical therapy chair and associate Michael Ross, associate professor of physical therapy, and Dr. Ron Schenk,… Read More »