Visual and performing arts
alum Matthew Favale ’16 has returned to Daemen – this time as an information technology specialist.
Since graduating from Daemen with a bachelor of science in art
, with minors in illustration
and graphic design
,… Read More »
After graduating from Daemen last December, alum Lo Young ‘21 joined the institution as the Student Affairs office manager.
Young earned a bachelor of arts in professional writing and rhetoric, with specializations in public relations and communications – and is… Read More »
Daemen College alum Berttila Kithia ’21 recently published two children’s educational books in Kenya, her native country.
Her first book titled, Scouts Camp and Other Stories, includes four stories: The New Neighbors, The Birthday Party, The Scouts Camp, and The… Read More »
After teaching English courses at many different colleges in Western New York, alum Susan Cozzi ’01 found her way back to Daemen and now serves as a visiting professor in the English Department.
Cozzi recently began her new position after… Read More »
“Celebrating Daemen”—a new exhibition of artwork by nearly 30 college faculty and alums—makes obvious why the institution has long been known as one of the region’s premier producers of artistic talent.
The selections in the show hail from the collection… Read More »
Scott Emser received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Daemen in 2007 and master’s in international business in 2015. Currently a territory manager with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Emser works to serve the needs of state and local governments,… Read More »
A short film by Geoff Roberts, a 2020 graduate in animation, was chosen as “Pick of the Day” on the popular website Cartoon Brew
“Becky doesn’t have much in the scary jungle she calls home,” a teaser for the… Read More »
The American Society for Cytotechnology has named Daemen alum Roberto Zambrano its 2021 “Rookie of the Year.”
Currently employed at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Zambrano graduated in 2018 from Daemen with a master’s degree in cytotechnology and in… Read More »
Amanda Best received her bachelor’s degree in business administration-marketing, with a minor in entrepreneurship in May 2016.
While at Daemen, she worked in various offices as a student work assistant, including helping with marketing efforts for enrollment, orientation, academic affairs,… Read More »
Alphonso Walker Jr. ’14 debuted on Broadway last week—performing the lead role of Moses in “Pass Over” at the August Wilson Theater.
The play was the first to come back to Broadway after pandemic-related cancelations that began in March 2020—and… Read More »
Daemen will honor five accomplished graduates at its 2021 Daemen Distinguished Alumni Awards
virtual presentation ceremony scheduled for 7 p.m., Sept. 30.
The event will be broadcast live on YouTube
An annual tradition now in its 35th year, the… Read More »
Kearia C. Sams was born and raised in the “All-America City” of Buffalo, New York.
In 2015, Sams relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina, and began working at Atrium Health’s Levine Cancer Institute (LCI) as a receptionist. However, she has grown… Read More »
Melicia Edwards earned a bachelor of science in early childhood and special education from Daemen College in 2008.
She went on to receive a master’s degree in literacy education from Syracuse University. Currently, Edwards is working towards National Board Certification… Read More »
In 1980, Nick Warner received a bachelor of fine arts in sculpture at Daemen College.
“Being at Daemen set me on the course for a lifetime working in the arts,” Warner said.
Having studied sculpture with Dennis Barraclough, and watercolor… Read More »
As a member of the Class of 2021, Samantha D’Agostino made her mark in the classroom—graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology —and also on the field: twice earning all-East Coast Conference honors as a… Read More »