Professor Bohdan Szklarski from the University of Warsaw, Poland has joined the Center for Polish Studies
as a Kosciuszko Foundation visiting professor for the spring semester. Szklarski is teaching a course for the History and Political Science department, “Democracy after… Read More »
The paralegal studies program
at Daemen was recently ranked as the No. 17 program in the discipline nationwide by Bachelor’s Degree Center, an online resource for students who pursue higher education.
The list contains the likes of Loyola University in… Read More »
The Advanced Practice Provider Stroke Fellowship Program (APP) was created by the Daemen Department of Nursing in collaboration with Mercy Hospital of Buffalo to provide specialized training for nurse practitioners in the hospital’s Neuro Intensive Care Unit. Daemen alumni Alyssa… Read More »
On Saturday, Dec.12, the Physical Therapy Department
held its annual Evidence Based Practice Clinical Research Symposium event. This year, a virtual format was utilized showcasing the department’s third professional year doctor of physical therapy
students as they presented their capstone… Read More »
Now, more than ever, skilled nurses are essential to the health and well being of those in need across our global community. That is why it is so important that education systems encourage nurses to constantly improve their practice through… Read More »
The Erie County Department of Mental Health (ECDMH), in partnership with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office and the Community for Greater Buffalo’s Racial Equity Roundtable, has created the Erie County Service Link Stop at 120 West Eagle Street in Buffalo… Read More »
Daemen College specializes in programs that lead to 25 of the top 32 careers named on Buffalo Business First’s
recent hottest jobs in Western New York list, making the college’s academic offerings and degrees among the most advantageous to graduates… Read More »
The Daemen College Physical Therapy Program
has kicked off a new effort with its clinical partners to help raise awareness and interest in the doctor of physical therapy degree.
Starting this month, outreach will be done with more than 85… Read More »
Daemen College has announced that no classes will be held on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3 as part of the college’s ongoing effort to encourage students, faculty, and staff to vote
“This decision is in light of the concerns… Read More »
With the COVID-19 pandemic expected to continue into the new year, Daemen College has announced it will delay the start of the spring semester to February and all breaks have been cancelled.
Under the revised schedule, spring classes will begin… Read More »
Three graduate students in Daemen College’s highly specialized cytotechnology program were recently recognized virtually at the fourth annual white coat ceremony hosted by Roswell Park Comprehensive Center, the program’s educational partner.
Students honored were Amy Haines of Butler, Pa., Cassandra… Read More »
Daemen College celebrated the Class of 2020 in virtual undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies that were livestreamed on Aug. 15 on the college’s commencement website
President Gary Olson presided over Daemen’s first-ever virtual commencement, a move that was made… Read More »
In a private ceremony, Daemen College President Gary Olson formally presented an honorary doctor of humane letters to Supervisor Brian Kulpa, who served as commencement speaker for the college’s 2020 undergraduate and graduate ceremonies.
“Supervisor Kulpa has drawn great praise… Read More »
The outstanding achievements of graduates in the Daemen College Class of 2020 were recognized at the annual Excellence Awards Ceremony held virtually on Aug. 14 as part of the college’s commencement activities.
“Although this year we were unable to celebrate… Read More »
Daemen College’s athletic training graduates have for the eighth consecutive year achieved a first-time pass rate that is well above the national average on the rigorous National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Board of Certification exam.
This year’s graduates earned an… Read More »