The university’s graduate Social Work and Nursing programs have been recognized as among the best in the country, according to 2023 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings released this week.
Ranked for the first time by U.S.… Read More »
Jay Wendland, associate professor in the Department of History and Political Science
at Daemen, has co-authored a study – “The Consequences of Changing Primary Participation Laws for Party Registration and Partisanship,” with Barbara Norrander, professor of political science at the… Read More »
Melissa Fiori, an associate professor in the Modern Languages Department
at Daemen University
, published an article
last month on the institution’s unique Language Assistant Program
in FLTMAG – a peer-reviewed journal by the International Association for Language Learning Technology… Read More »
The Amherst Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Daemen University to hold the 2022 Emerging Business Leaders Spring Symposium
April 1, which will provide faculty the opportunity to share their expertise and network with the broader community.
The… Read More »
The newly named Daemen University was introduced to the world late last week during a standing-room-only press conference in Rosary Hall.
“I can’t think of a better way to demonstrate the growth and sophistication of Daemen than by reaching this… Read More »
Peter C. Eimer, chief executive officer (CEO) at Brothers of Mercy for more than a decade, has been appointed to the Daemen University Board of Trustees.
Eimer joined the organization in 2001 as chief operating officer (COO) and has held… Read More »
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 »