Annie B. Stoll, who earned a dual bachelor’s degree in illustration and graphic design from Daemen College, received the college’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award for the Graduate of the Last Decade.
After graduating from Daemen, Stoll accepted a position at… Read More »
Daemen College will honor five accomplished graduates at its 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner to be held on Oct. 25 in the college’s Wick Campus Center Social Room.
The Distinguished Alumni Awards recognize the achievements, growth, and societal contributions of… Read More »
magazine’s summer 2019 issue, which includes a feature story on the Cuddy family and their three generation legacy at Daemen, is now available online
and in a flipbook format.
The new issue also includes a Drive to 75… Read More »
Rafael Genao, who received a bachelor’s degree in humanities from Daemen College, was recognized with the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award for Dedication to the College.
Genao co-founded Daemen’s Students Without Borders (SWOB) organization, which participates in humanitarian medical missions. Since… Read More »
Daemen College graduates from across the decades and academic majors will have the opportunity to reconnect with friends, classmates, and faculty at the college’s Alumni Celebration 2019 taking place from 6 to 9 p.m. June 8 on the campus front… Read More »
Amy (Stewart) Terpening received a bachelor’s degree in childhood and special education from Daemen College.
As a Daemen student, Terpening played soccer and served as team captain for three years. She says her success in college was “greatly influenced by… Read More »
Meghan Kloss joined Daemen College in 2018 as director of annual giving. In this role, she is responsible for creating and executing a comprehensive, year-round fundraising plan for the Daemen Annual Fund. This includes all annual giving solicitation activities such… Read More »
Dr. Margaret (Sullivan)
Hopson, who earned a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from Daemen College, was honored last year with the college’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award for Service to the Community.
Originally from Upstate New York, Hopson began her career… Read More »
In celebration of National Nurses Week (May 6-12), Daemen College alumna Diane Bartella ’06, ’14, who earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a master’s degree in nursing education, was named the 2019 Nurse of Distinction in Education by The
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Cameron Garrity earned a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design with a theater minor from Daemen College. He currently works as the creative media developer for the Foundation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, where he designs a… Read More »
Carrie Racsumberger serves as head women’s bowling coach at
Daemen College. She brings an impressive resume of bowling accomplishments to
her first collegiate coaching position and has experience in the local youth
Racsumberger has won numerous… Read More »
Dr. Deborah Merriam has more than 30 years of experience as a nurse,
with the last 10 years focusing on her role as a nurse educator. Her
background in bereavement, counseling, mother-baby nursing, NICU nursing, and
leadership has prepared… Read More »
Joy Scribner earned a
bachelor’s degree in history and government from Daemen College. After working
in the environmental field, she decided to make a career change when her
children were young.
Scribner pursued her interest
in sewing and… Read More »
Dr. Adair White-Johnson ‘86
Dr. Adair White-Johnson, who received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Daemen
College, was honored in 2018 with the Distinguished Alumna Award and the Daemen
HEOP Distinguished Alumna Award.
White-Johnson is a best-selling author and leading… Read More »
Several Daemen College graphic design majors and recent graduates have received 2019 Western New York Advertising Awards (ADDYs), the region’s premier competition for excellence in advertising, from the American Advertising Federation Buffalo Chapter.
“We congratulate our students and alumni for… Read More »