For the second consecutive year, Daemen College has been ranked among the best universities in the country in U.S. News and World Report’s prestigious Best Colleges rankings.
Institutions in the National Universities category offer a full range of undergraduate majors,… Read More »
At its September meeting, the Daemen College Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Lana Benatovich and Johnathan Graves to the college’s board.
“We are pleased to have such accomplished leaders in our community join the Daemen board, and we… Read More »
Daemen College’s annual Founders Celebration, which commemorates the college’s founding and its rich history of academic excellence, was officially observed with the ceremonial ringing
of Founders Bell in a special virtual ceremony.
“Although we were unable to hold our traditional… Read More »
At its September meeting, the Daemen College Board of Trustees approved emeritus status for four distinguished faculty members: Dennis Barraclough, professor of art; Dr. William DiPietro, professor of economics; Dr. Denise Mills, professor of Spanish; and Dr. Kathleen Murphy, professor… Read More »
Jovany Jimenez serves as an admissions counselor at Daemen College. In his role, he covers Niagara County, the New York City region, and New Jersey and Connecticut. He also oversees the Daemen College admissions Instagram account, @daemenadmissions.
Jimenez began working… Read More »
The Wildcat Social Series contains blog posts written by Daemen College student-athletes on topics of their choosing. This series will be featured on daemenwildcats.com throughout the Fall 2020 semester. Today’s blog was written by Jose Williamson III, a senior on… Read More »
“Commentary: Physiological and Psychological Impact of Face Mask Usage During the COVID-19 Pandemic,”
has been co-authored by Daemen College faculty Dr. Jennifer Scheid, assistant professor of health promotion and physical therapy; Dr. Shannon Lupien, assistant professor of psychological sciences; and… Read More »