Halfway through her interview on Scholars Day
two decades ago, Dr. Megan Herr ‘09 decided she wanted to attend Daemen University.
“Not the day, the interview itself,” Herr told a room full of the institution’s highest-achieving prospective students. “The person… Read More »
More than 20 students in Daemen University’s Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP) Program
were celebrated during a white coat ceremony at Classics V Banquet & Conference Center.
The white coat ceremony reflects their transition from a registered nurse to… Read More »
A student capstone project completed for the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program
at Daemen University has been published in Behavioral Interventions, a psychology journal focused on applied behavior analytic techniques in the treatment, education, assessment, and training of students, clients… Read More »
“Unplugged,” a short film produced by three Daemen University alums, will be screened at the Filmapolooza 2024
in Lisbon, Portugal.
The family comedy is about a monster under the bed who has to take on his biggest job yet –… Read More »
A newly planted tree in Daemen University’s Saffrin Public Square stands in honor of the Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity, who established the institution as Rosary Hill College in 1947.
Rebecca McCormick-Boyle, a member of the… Read More »
Daemen University’s 20th annual Scholars Day will take place on Saturday, February 3, 2024, marking two decades of the institution’s commitment to celebrating our highest-achieving prospective students.
“The 20th anniversary of Scholars Day means so much because it shows that… Read More »
Julianna Moffitt, a special education teacher at Primary Hall Preparatory Charter School
in Buffalo and a Daemen University alum, was named the Open Up Resources Teacher of the Month for October 2023.
Moffitt was recognized for her outstanding work in… Read More »
Daemen University’s Animation Department
celebrated its big year at the 44th Annual Telly Awards, including the institution’s first two gold awards, with a special ceremony in the theatre in RIC 120.
Family members proudly watched as faculty members and Dr.… Read More »
Emily Hockwater, ‘16, serves as the Director of Alumni Relations. We caught up with Emily to see how things are going being back at her alma mater.
You graduated from Daemen University in 2016 and went on to pursue your
… Read More »
Not everyone can say they produced a music video for actor and comedian Jack Black, but that’s exactly what four Daemen University alums did.
Black and Kyle Gass, the comedy rock duo known as Tenacious D, dropped the official music… Read More »
From student to adjunct professor at Daemen University. James Hulse graduated from the Animation Program
in May 2022 and was standing at the front of the class just a few months later. James spoke to us about his role at… Read More »
Daemen University alum Emmanual Edwards, ‘22, won an award for his senior film for the Animation Program
at the 56th Annual WorldFest-Houston Film Festival last month.
earned a Silver Remi in the Independent Short Subject-Films & Video Animated (classic… Read More »
Desirae Marotta (‘21) was chosen as New Teacher of the Year at her school, Cedar Forest Elementary in Fredericksburg, Virginia where she teaches first grade.
“I am so excited to have been chosen as New Teacher of the Year at… Read More »
Judd Wright (‘73) always had an interest in history. In 1971, when Daemen University, known at the time as Rosary Hill College, opened its doors to male students, he jumped at the opportunity to enroll.
Wright, who was a military… Read More »
Daemen University alum Diane Lobdell ’14 has been named vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer at Sisters of Charity Hospital
Lobdell earned both her bachelor’s degree in nursing
and her master’s degree in nursing executive
… Read More »