Daemen College has been recognized for its investment in student safety, well-being and inclusion training, earning the Campus Prevention Network (CPN) 2021 Seal of Prevention.
The distinction comes as a result of the college’s commitment to providing digital prevention programs… Read More »
Daemen won three Excalibur Awards from the Buffalo Niagara chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)—the best-ever showing for the college in the annual contest.
Taking home an award for the internal communications campaign, “Daemen Forum | A… Read More »
Daemen became the first four-year institution of higher education to join the growing Erie County Anti-Stigma Coalition, an organization of local groups committing to end the stigma surrounding mental health.
The coalition provides access to an array of resources and… Read More »
The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was introduced to Congress in 1923. An event at Daemen on Saturday will explore aspects of the ERA—including why the amendment is not enshrined in the Constitution nearly a century later.
The event will also… Read More »
Students and alums of Daemen’s Department of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) have a studio space to call their own—a new website dedicated to their artwork
Robert Waterhouse, associate professor of theatre and chair of VPA described the… Read More »
Goals, goals and more goals.
In what was their first game in eight days since their conference-opening win at D’Youville, Daemen women’s soccer showed no signs of rust offensively on Sunday morning.
Led by a seven-point performance (three goals, assist)… Read More »
It was the generosity and interest from certain professors along Aaron Joyal’s academic journey that he credits for guiding him on a path to Daemen, where he’s an assistant professor of business administration.
The impact of mentorship in his own… Read More »