Daemen College has been named for the 11th consecutive year as a Military Friendly School, a prestigious designation that makes it one of the best colleges in the country for veterans to receive a college education.
The 2020-21 Military Friendly… Read More »
Daemen College President Gary Olson, Daemen Board Chair John Yurtchuk, and several college trustees have been named to the 2020 Buffalo Business First
Power 250, an annual ranking of the most influential leaders in the Buffalo Niagara region.
“We extend… Read More »
magazine’s latest issue is now available online in either web or flipbook formats. The Winter 2019-20
issue features stories on innovation in education and teaching at Daemen, the “22 for 22” tree planting initiative, alumnus Anibal Soler, Jr.… Read More »
Daemen College has been steadily working on a rebranding initiative in an effort to strengthen, refine, and take its brand identity into the future. A refreshed brand will help the college communicate who it is as an institution and enhance… Read More »
In a Jan. 31 letter to campus, Daemen College President Gary Olson announced the formation of a new Staff Advisory Committee designed to build camaraderie and open up more lines of communication for all staff members, both salaried and hourly.… Read More »
With the 2020 election year underway, a group of Daemen College students traveled to Des Moines to experience the Iowa Caucus first-hand and to learn about its essential role in the presidential election race.
The five political science and history… Read More »
With the new year underway, Daemen College looks back on several milestones and achievements from 2019 in a video that highlights a few of the biggest stories over the past year. We look forward to continuing the college’s great momentum… Read More »
Teens who are not getting sufficient sleep are more likely to suffer from symptoms of depression, a result that can be mitigated when parents enforce bedtimes with adolescent children, according to new research led by a Daemen College professor.
The… Read More »
Daemen College history majors Madeleine Ruger and Tysai Washington have each been selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Ruger, a Hamburg resident, will study Czech language, literature, and history this spring semester at Charles University in… Read More »
Daemen College has named Dr. Ida Gibson as the college’s first chief diversity officer as part of the institution’s continuing commitment to advance diversity and inclusion on campus. Her appointment was effective Jan. 2.
In this new role, Gibson will… Read More »
Due to the upcoming holiday recess, the next issue of the Daemen Voice
will be published on Jan. 6. Warmest wishes to you and your family for a joyous holiday season and a healthy, peaceful, and happy New Year.… Read More »
John Yurtchuk, chair of the Daemen College Board of Trustees, has been appointed to the board of directors for the National Trust for the Humanities, a charitable organization that supports the prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
The trust… Read More »
Daemen College’s Business Administration Department has added specializations in the growing fields of social entrepreneurship and operations and supply chain management, giving students new educational opportunities in the business field.
Starting in the spring semester, the specializations will be offered… Read More »
Due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, the Daemen Voice
will not be published on Nov. 25 and Dec. 2. The next issue will be on Dec. 9. Happy Thanksgiving!… Read More »
College’s ‘22 for 22’ effort to further campaign, beautify campus
Daemen College and the Town of Amherst have announced a major college-town partnership with the ambitious goal of planting 1 million trees across town, an initiative that has been launched… Read More »