Three Daemen College/Rosary Hill College graduates will be honored for their contributions in the Western New York community at the 2018 National Philanthropy Day celebration being hosted on Nov. 14 by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Western New York Chapter.… Read More »
Due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, the Daemen Voice
will not be published on Nov. 19 and 26. The next issue will be on Dec. 3. Happy Thanksgiving!… Read More »
Daemen College has been named to the 2019 “Hardest Colleges to Get Into in America” list by Niche, a college ranking Web site.
Daemen is ranked No. 53 among 131 New York State institutions, making it the highest ranked private… Read More »
At its October meeting, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) elected Daemen College President Gary Olson chair of the organization’s Division II Presidents Council, the body that helps set policy and the strategic direction for Division II college and university… Read More »
Daemen College’s newly named Lawrence and Mary Arlene George Memorial Reading Garden was formally opened at a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Oct. 26.
The reading garden, located outside the college’s Research and Information Commons, has been established with… Read More »
Daemen College recently held a celebration to recognize the generosity of Trustee Robert Chur and his family and to celebrate this year’s recipients of the Robert and Carol Chur Scholarship, which provides support to students in health and human services… Read More »
KeyBank has presented a $7,500 gift to Daemen College for undergraduate student scholarships, bringing the total to more than $63,000 in support received since the KeyBank Scholarship was established in 2006.
In attendance at the formal check presentation made by… Read More »
Bob Mead-Colegrove, assistant dean for campus life who serves on the Daemen College Emergency Response Team, will participate in a panel discussion on crisis communications at the New York State School Boards Association.… Read More »
Daemen College has received New York State Department of Education approval to offer a bachelor’s degree in data science, one of the most in-demand professional fields in the country.
The new undergraduate program, which will start in fall 2019, is… Read More »
The Daemen College Faculty Emeritus Advisory Board provided counsel on several key institutional topics and announced a gift-in-kind donation from a board member at the group’s biannual meeting held on Oct. 11.
“Members of this advisory board have served Daemen… Read More »
Daemen College President Gary Olson emphasized the college is strong, successful, and growing as a leader among higher education institutions across the country in his fall State of the College Address given on Oct. 2.
“Daemen is at a very… Read More »
Daemen College held a ceremony on Sept. 24 to officially open the institution’s new reflective garden, a peaceful space on campus to spend time in quiet reflection and to honor the memory of those who have been lost in the… Read More »
Daemen College’s highly successful Brooklyn-based extension center, which has graduated more than 2,000 students over the past 15 years, has been elevated to branch campus status, the highest level in off-campus instruction granted by the New York State Department of… Read More »
At its September meeting, the Daemen College Board of Trustees appointed Terrence M. Gilbride as a trustee.
A partner in the Real Estate, Finance and Bankruptcy Practice Area of Hodgson Russ LLP, Gilbride serves as chair of the firm’s College… Read More »
Daemen College’s annual Scholarship Gala on Sept. 7 was a resounding success with nearly $30,000 raised for student scholarships.
The gala included the presentation of the 2018 Community Excellence Award to Joan “Joni” Cooper Stovroff, president of Stovroff and Taylor… Read More »