Last fall, Daemen University partnered with Elbers Landscape Service
—a local landscaping company established in 1919—to service its Amherst, N.Y. campus.
As of Oct. 1, 2022, six of the company’s crew members have worked on campus, initially concentrating on main… Read More »
John Yurtchuk, chair of the Daemen University Board of Trustees
, has been appointed chair of the board of directors for the National Trust for the Humanities
effective Jan. 1, 2023, a charitable organization that supports the prestigious National Endowment
… Read More »
Daemen is encouraging its community members to exercise the right to vote through the annual “Get Civically Fit” initiative sponsored by the History & Political Science Department
, Institutional Advancement
, and Student Affairs
“The campaign focuses… Read More »
Faculty of Daemen University’s Behavioral Science Department
are offering a new in-person speaker series to help educate both prospective students and current professionals about current topics and critical developments in their field.
“This series is designed to bring people together… Read More »
This fall, the Daemen community is encouraged to help bring comfort to those in need by donating new or gently-used socks through the 2022 Warm Feet Campaign presented by the Paul A. Saffrin Center for Sustainability and Community Engagement
.… Read More »
Students and faculty returning from summer break were welcomed by new parking lots and with more than two-thirds of the campus freshly paved and striped.
While the two new parking lots and connecting roadway provide for less congestion in the… Read More »
The walls of Daemen’s Curtis Hall have been transformed into gallery space to showcase art to raise awareness of social justice issues.
Two distinct spaces have been created – a gallery with changing exhibits and a permanent collection of interactive… Read More »
The Daemen Distinguished Alumni Awards return in 2022 as an in-person ceremony honoring six accomplished graduates – including a special 75th-anniversary-inspired Diamond Anniversary Distinguished Alum Award, to be given to Nancy Gacioch, ‘62.
The presentation ceremony will be held in… Read More »
Daemen College has an economic impact in the State of New York in excess of $132 million each year, according to a new report by the Commission on Independent Colleges & Universities in New York (CICU).
The study took into… Read More »
This spring, a partnership with the Western New York Book Arts Center
and the Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) department
will offer the public a virtual “Daemen Speaker Series,” featuring three virtual presentation workshops. The workshops will be hosted by… Read More »
The State of the Town Address was streamed live from the third floor of the Research Information Commons on campus this past Friday. Town leadership was impressed with the college’s production of Daemen’s virtual commencement ceremony, so when the time… Read More »
Our Daemen College Athletics
student-athletes usually get the chance to read books to children throughout the year. As we navigate the current COVID-19 health crisis, this activity had to be reinvented for 2020. That’s when the Education Department
, athletics,… Read More »
On Dec. 1, Daemen College will be participating in the 8th annual GivingTuesday campaign. GivingTuesday is a global celebration of philanthropy and service to nonprofit organizations.
This 24-hour campaign calls upon our alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students, and friends for… Read More »
Dr. Todd Shatkin, owner of the Aesthetic Associates Centre
and Shatkin FIRST
, has received the prestigious Daemen College Presidential Medal, the college’s highest recognition of individuals who serve as a strong, positive role model for students and alumni.
The… Read More »
Visual and Performing Arts students at Daemen College have completed a mural project at the Matt Urban Center that was put on hold last spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The course was part of Daemen’s extensive Service Learning Program,… Read More »