Tag Archives: Community

Top Honors Awarded to High School Artists

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 Gacioch Arts Center. Exhibition honors and Daemen scholarships were presented to selected juniors and seniors… Read More »

Daemen Partnership With Charter School of Inquiry to Bolster Teacher Training

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 that the city charter school for grades K-6 has formed with a college in the… Read More »

Free Tax Preparation Offered at Daemen

Daemen College accounting students will provide free tax preparation services to eligible individuals and families starting on Feb. 7. Offered through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, tax preparation will be available by appointment only to area residents with annual incomes below $54,000. Residents with incomes that slightly exceed this limit may be eligible… Read More »

Daemen Receives Grant to Support Initiative for Disabled Community

Daemen College has received a $50,000 grant from the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation to support the college’s Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE), a new initiative designed to offer recreation and competitive athletic opportunities for persons with disabilities. The grant will be used toward funding CAUSE programs that provide persons with disabilities… Read More »

Year-End Gifts Make a Difference

In this season of giving, this is the perfect time of year to celebrate and support the success of Daemen College students by making a year-end gift that will have an impact far beyond the holiday season. By including Daemen in your end of year giving, you will provide funding that will enable students to… Read More »

News to Know

Daemen College’s historic Rosary Hall, a designated landmark in Amherst, has been prominently featured in a front page City & Region story in The Buffalo News. An online photo gallery includes more than 45 images highlighting the building’s many beautiful features. Recognized for its Italian Renaissance Revival architecture, Rosary Hall was designed by George Cary,… Read More »

Daemen to Host Veterans Day Celebration

Daemen College will honor veterans and current military service members at a tree planting ceremony being held in celebration of Veterans Day at noon Nov. 10 near the college’s new Founders Bell, located outside Rosary Hall. The ceremony will begin with remarks given by Christopher Reed, president of the Daemen Student Veterans Alliance, followed by… Read More »