A team of business administration students from Daemen College competed for the first time in the World Trade Center Buffalo Niagara (WTCBN) International Case Competition, giving them the opportunity to gain experience with a real-world business scenario.
The 2020 International… Read More »
Top honors and scholarships were recently presented to winners of Daemen College’s 51st annual All High Exhibition, which featured some of the finest artwork by high school students from across the Buffalo Niagara region.
Awards and Daemen scholarships were presented… Read More »
Daemen College will offer a new master of business administration program beginning this fall that will provide students the opportunity to earn their MBA in a shorter amount of time.
The college’s MBA program, which has received approval from the… Read More »
The Daemen College Paralegal Studies Program has been ranked among the top 25 best paralegal bachelor’s degrees in the country by Bachelor’s Degree Center, a resource site for prospective students interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree.
The college’s paralegal degree… Read More »
Daemen College’s Nursing Programs have been selected among the best in the country in new rankings released by Nursing Schools Almanac, a comprehensive online educational resource for aspiring nurses.
Daemen is ranked in the top 60 in the Mid-Atlantic region,… Read More »
Daemen College alumnus Dr. Sean Christie ’15, ’17, one of only nine practicing physical therapists in the country selected for entry this year into the U.S. Army, was officially sworn in as a commissioned officer at a ceremony held Dec.… Read More »
Daemen College’s many nursing degree options will be highlighted at an open house scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan. 9 in Rosary Hall on the college’s campus at 4380 Main St. in Amherst.
At the event, attendees will learn about the… Read More »
An educational video created by Daemen College physical therapy students on preventing falls among older adults has won first place in a national contest sponsored by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Daemen’s video for the APTA’s Balance and Falls… Read More »
Daemen College’s Business Administration Department has added specializations in the growing fields of social entrepreneurship and operations and supply chain management, giving students new educational opportunities in the business field.
Starting in the spring semester, the specializations will be offered… Read More »
Three graduate students in Daemen College’s specialized cytotechnology program were recognized at a white coat ceremony held at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, the educational partner for the program.
Honored at the white coat ceremony were Lia Harmon of Tonawanda,… Read More »
The top 10 first-year Daemen College students who earned the highest grade point average in their first year at the college were recently recognized at an on-campus luncheon held in their honor.
The celebration included special acknowledgments from honored students… Read More »
Daemen College students and faculty from a range of health-related majors discussed interprofessional relationships in health care at two recent educational events held on campus.
Hosted by the Daemen Department of Physical Therapy, the events brought together more than 150… Read More »
Daemen College student Cassandra Sherman has received the college’s 2019 André Hannotte Award for Excellence in Writing in recognition of outstanding writing for her senior thesis.
Sherman, who earned a bachelor’s degree in health promotion from Daemen in May, is… Read More »
Daemen College has been named among the nation’s best universities in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges rankings, making this the first time ever Daemen has been included on the national universities list.
Daemen is ranked No.… Read More »
Dr. Elizabeth Heilman, who has more than 20 years of experience in higher education administration and teaching, has been appointed chair of education at Daemen College.
Heilman comes to Daemen from Michigan State University, where she served as associate professor… Read More »