Daemen College has announced the public launch of the college’s first-ever comprehensive campaign, “Drive to 75,” which has already raised an incredible 75 percent of the goal.
The ambitious $22 million campaign was officially kicked off on Sept. 8 at… Read More »
Daemen College’s inaugural Founders Celebration was a resounding success as the campus community joined together for several special events held on Sept. 7 and 8 to commemorate the college’s rich history of academic excellence and to honor its heritage.
Starting… Read More »
Richard G. Schott, vice president for business affairs and treasurer at Daemen College, has announced that he will retire from his leadership role, effective Dec. 31. He has held the vice president position since October 2014.
“I am thankful to… Read More »
Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz presented the next steps to build on progress made in the county’s economic development efforts over the past five years as a guest speaker at the Daemen College Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series.
The county… Read More »
The College Triathlon Coaches Association (CTCA) has recognized redshirt freshman Amber Custodi
(Ransomville, N.Y.) of the Daemen College women’s triathlon team with a pair of All-Region accolades on the heels of the Collegiate Triathlon Central Regional Qualifier held this past… Read More »
Dr. Rebecca (Becky) Begalle joined Daemen College this year as clinical education coordinator and assistant professor of athletic training, having most recently served as an assistant professor at Illinois State University. She has taught a variety of areas in the… Read More »
Dr. Jay Wendland, assistant professor of political science at Daemen College, presented a lecture, entitled “The Media and the President: Who Shapes Whom?” as a featured speaker at the Theodore Roosevelt Site Speaker Nite series.… Read More »