Graduation is quickly approaching for Daemen
students completing their last semester this spring. To help celebrate their success and achievement, City of Buffalo Mayor the Honorable Byron Brown
will serve as Daemen’s 2022 undergraduate commencement ceremony speaker, and New York… Read More »
Daemen University’s Institute for Government and Nonprofit Innovation, Training, and Evaluation (IGNITE) assisted Housing Options Made Equal (HOME) and Live Well – Erie County’s Housing Task Force – in securing a three-year $350,000 Moving Forward Together implementation grant to help… Read More »
The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Department
at Daemen has changed its name – now known as the Behavioral Science Department
– in order to better reflect its growth in enrollment and degree programs, which are becoming increasingly attractive to out-of-state… Read More »
Newsday – Lisa Parshall
, professor of political science – Cuomo tactics: Plenty of finger-pointing, little humility, analysts say
LSE Blog (London School of Economics) – Aakriti Tandon
, associate professor of political science – In Russo-Ukraine War, India is
… Read More »
In the 10th annual Buffalo Business First Power 250 list, a yearly ranking of the region’s most influential people, President Gary Olson has once again joined the top 100 – ranking number 89 overall – along with many leaders associated… Read More »
For the 13th year in a row, Daemen College has been recognized as a 2022-23 Military Friendly School – a designation indicating institutional support for veterans to help them transition from military life to college and onto successful careers.
The… Read More »
Daemen has announced the appointment of Anthony Fulgenzio, an accomplished fundraising professional with more than 20 years of experience in higher education, as associate vice president for development. His appointment is effective March 21.
In this role, Fulgenzio will oversee… Read More »
The formal Black Excellence Gala gathered the Daemen community last Friday – serving as a celebration and acknowledgement of the culmination of Black History Month at the college.
“The event’s purpose was to honor the past, present and future of… Read More »
In its seventh annual national rankings, College Raptor – a college comparison site for prospective students – has recognized Daemen for its affordability, student-faculty ratio, overall quality and other attributes.
Nationally, Daemen’s student-faculty ratio ranks in the top 20 percent… Read More »
Ludmila Janion, assistant professor and international mobility coordinator at the University of Warsaw’s American Studies Center will offer an “HIV/AIDS in Media” workshop at Daemen from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 28 in the college’s Research and… Read More »
Through a partnership with Total Testing, Daemen College is offering students at all levels the chance to earn a fully-online degree.
With a self-paced, accelerated National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS)-accredited online program, Total Testing is offering a new opportunity… Read More »
The Amherst State of the Town, held at Daemen for the second year in a row, highlighted the economic resilience of the community, businesses and called special attention to the strength of the town-gown relationship between the college and town… Read More »
Daemen students have the opportunity to share their creative writing at the college’s Poetry Showcase – to be held Feb. 23 from 5:30-7 p.m. in Alumni Lounge – alongside Buffalo’s first poet laureate, Jillian Hanesworth, who will perform at the… Read More »
Students browsed and chose professional clothing at the college’s inaugural Career Closet event last week, hosted by the Career Services office.
The pop-up-shop-like set-up was complete with clothing racks, full-length mirrors, tables of folded ties and Career Closet-branded bags to… Read More »
Daemen’s Department of Natural Sciences – along with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion – will host a virtual lecture by the Smithsonian Museum’s Slave Wrecks Project
, which includes a presentation and dinner at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb.… Read More »