Daemen College’s economic impact on the Buffalo Niagara region in 2017 totaled nearly $134 million, according to a new study released today, Dec. 10, by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU). The college’s total economic impact represents a… Read More »
Nearly 20 Daemen College nursing students helped educate South Buffalo residents on healthy living at a Community Health Fair held Nov. 14 in the Seneca-Babcock Community Center.
Under the supervision of Daemen nursing faculty, students discussed various health topics with… Read More »
Daemen College students working on a semester-long service learning project in Buffalo’s Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood collaborated with Slow Roll Buffalo and The Broadway Market to host a community bike ride on Sept. 24.
Nearly 800 Slow Roll participants and area residents… Read More »
Daemen College has been included in a mural unveiled at the grand opening of a new Spot Coffee in Snyder. The mural, which was painted by Amherst High School students, was overseen by Steven Appler, adjunct professor of ceramics at… Read More »
Daemen College’s annual Founders Celebration brought together the campus community for several exciting events to mark the college’s rich history of academic excellence and to pay tribute to its founding.
The celebration officially started with the ceremonial ringing of Founders… Read More »
Daemen College will host its fourth annual Day in Amherst on Sept. 7, a special celebration to connect the college community with Main Street’s thriving business district.
The festivities are a part of activities taking place Sept. 6 and 7… Read More »
Daemen College employees may have their spouse/partner sign up to receive campus alerts on emergencies, college closing information, severe weather notifications, and other emergency communications. Parents and families of current students are also welcome to receive Daemen campus alerts. To… Read More »
Daemen College’s second annual Day of Giving was a great success, raising more than $21,000 during the 24-hour campaign.
The one-day fundraising effort held on April 25 brought in an average gift of $120 per donor. Supporters helped Daemen reach… Read More »
Daemen College’s Paralegal Studies Program will hold a free notary public test preparation class from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 21 in the Business Building Room 101.
Participants will receive links to practice tests and test preparation material in… Read More »
Buffalo area refugees will share their personal perspective in a panel discussion with local experts on the impact current refugee and immigration policies are having on Western New York families and children at an event taking place from 11:30 a.m.… Read More »
A community leader on social factors that impact health and a panel discussion by health promotion experts in the Buffalo Niagara region will be featured at a professional development conference being hosted by Daemen College.
The conference, “Beyond Biology: Social… Read More »
Anthony Billoni, director of Tobacco-Free Western New York and an expert on creativity and leadership change, will be the guest speaker at Daemen College’s Nancy Haberman Gacioch Entrepreneurship Lecture Series event scheduled for March 21.
The lecture, which is free… Read More »
The Daemen College community is coming together to help raise support to purchase new track spikes for student-athletes on the men’s and women’s track and field teams, an effort being spearheaded by a college faculty member.
Kicked off in December,… Read More »
Area high school students were recognized for their outstanding works of art on display in Daemen College’s 49th annual All High Exhibition, which is being shown through Feb. 23 in the Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Gallery in the Haberman… Read More »
Daemen College has established a new partnership with the Charter School of Inquiry (CSI) that will offer educational opportunities for aspiring teachers and provide multidisciplinary professional development training at the Buffalo-based school.
The collaboration is the first of its kind… Read More »