For the sixth consecutive year, Daemen College has earned a position in the prestigious Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education (WSJ/THE) College Rankings.
The 2022 list includes 600 higher education institutions across the United States, including public and private colleges and… Read More »
Paralegal Studies at Daemen College has gained national recognition as one of the most affordable programs of its kind.
The ranking – 33rd in the country – was given by University Headquarters, an independent educational organization.
Ranking factors include tuition… Read More »
Keeping alive a campus tradition since 2007 during COVID takes improvisation. Literally.
At the 16th annual Learning and Teaching Symposium, faculty and staff focused on improving communication in the classroom – by learning games, techniques and tricks used in improv… Read More »
Intelligent.com’s 2022 online degree report for higher education includes recognition of six Daemen College programs.
Daemen ranked No. 4 in the Best Online Colleges for Working Adults
category, earning the distinction of “Best for Healthcare.”
The institution also placed in… Read More »
USA Hockey has chosen Daemen College to host the nation’s top young players in the sport this coming summer.
In June and July, hundreds of American players ages 15 to 17 will be based at the college’s main campus –… Read More »
The John R. Oishei Foundation has given $300,000 in support of the Todd & Leslie Shatkin Institute for Mobility Innovation & Technology (IMIT)
at Daemen College.
The three-year grant will support IMIT’s staff, specifically the clinical director position, which will… Read More »
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, vice president for strategic initiatives – College campuses encourage boosters ahead of… Read More »
Daemen Director of Athletics Traci Murphy has been named to a special National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) committee that will aid the organization in implementing historic changes to its constitution.
By changing its constitution, the organization is seeking to restructure… Read More »
Daemen College outpaced every institution of higher learning in Western New York in enrollment growth this year, according to Buffalo Business First.
With a 5.7 percent increase, Daemen bested Niagara University by more than a full percentage point – and… Read More »
After a national search, Laura Azzarella has been named the new associate vice president for employee engagement at Daemen.
Azzarella will start at the college on January 3.
With more than a decade of diverse human resources experience from the… Read More »
From original paintings, puppets and ceramics – to collages, illustrations and video installations, a new exhibition of Daemen faculty artwork has taken shape at the Tower Gallery.
A college tradition that stretches back decades, the VPA Faculty Exhibit is on… Read More »
During the Than
ksgiving Day game between the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints, Daemen College will debut a new commercial.
The 30-second ad was filmed last month on campus and features current Daemen students.
Thanksgiving Day games are usually… Read More »
Brian Higgins, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, served as keynote speaker during Daemen’s ceremony recognizing Veterans Day.
“We owe unending gratitude to the members of our United States Armed Forces,” said Higgins, from a podium next to… Read More »
Daemen will launch a campaign to unite the college’s community on #GivingTuesday, a global movement to encourage philanthropy, on Nov. 30.
The 2021 goal is to top the 100 donations given last year.
“While we’re competing with the rest of… Read More »