Daemen College has been selected for the 14th consecutive year as a national College of Distinction in recognition of the institution’s excellence in undergraduate higher education.
The college has earned special program recognition in business, education, nursing and for its… Read More »
In a public vote held by The Buffalo News, Daemen College was chosen as the region’s “Best Local University.”
The first-ever “Best of 716” competition saw Daemen earn top honors over all other institutions of higher learning in Western New… Read More »
The eighth Buffalo Humanities Festival—centered around the theme of “Uptopia” this year—featured a cross-disciplinary presentation by Daemen entrepreneurship and political science faculty.
The session, titled “Ritual and Place: Towards a Utopian Policy,” was delivered by Dan Shanahan, assistant professor and… Read More »
Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) has awarded a three-year consultancy contract, worth nearly $120,000, to Daemen’s Center for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)—consisting of faculty with the college’s ABA department—for autism intervention and support training for the school district.
Three ABA faculty… Read More »
Caitlyn Meyer of Clarence, New York and Vanessa Kuliga of Glenview, Illinois of Daemen College are both among the women’s volleyball weekly award recipients for the East Coast Conference announced today in the league’s weekly sport report. Meyer has been… Read More »
Amanda Best received her bachelor’s degree in business administration-marketing, with a minor in entrepreneurship in May 2016.
While at Daemen, she worked in various offices as a student work assistant, including helping with marketing efforts for enrollment, orientation, academic affairs,… Read More »