Tag Archives: Community

News to Know

A community art education project in the Seneca Babcock neighborhood overseen by Dr. Mary Wolf, associate professor of art education at Daemen College, was featured in an article in the NYSATA News (New York State Art Teachers Association).

Daemen Continues Community Relations Efforts

On Thursday, April 27, Daemen officials held a reception in Alumni House for neighbors who live near the campus on Getzville Rd. and adjacent streets to discuss college initiatives and future plans for campus growth. This was one of a series of receptions for local neighbors held over the last five years to promote community… Read More »

Health Fair Assists Hundreds of Area Refugees

More than 205 Buffalo area refugees received free routine health screenings from physician assistant students and faculty at the third annual Daemen College Refugee Health Fair held on April 26 in Jewish Family Service of Buffalo and Erie County. Screenings were offered for blood pressure, glucose, respiration, vision, heart and lungs, and ear, nose and… Read More »

New Campus Food Pantry Opens

Daemen College has established a new small campus food pantry for students facing food insecurity or in need of emergency food assistance. Named the Villaticum Cupboard (villaticum is Latin for village), the newly created food pantry is open from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays in Duns Scotus Room 34. “The pantry is intended… Read More »

Daemen Brings Health Clinic to South Buffalo Residents

Buffalo residents in South Park High School’s neighborhood received free health screenings from Daemen College physician assistant students at a community health clinic held March 25 at the school. “By bringing the health clinic right into their neighborhood, local residents have convenient access to a range of screenings that are essential to preventive care,” said… Read More »

Daemen Establishes Historic Partnership With The Park School

Daemen College has established an historic new partnership with The Park School of Buffalo designed to develop collaborative initiatives that will enhance academic, athletic, and community outreach programs at both institutions. This is the first agreement of its kind established between Daemen and a private school in the Buffalo Niagara region in recent history. A… Read More »

Daemen Community Joins Women’s March in Seneca Falls

Several Daemen College faculty, staff, and students joined more than 10,000 participants from across the region who came together for a Women’s March held Jan. 21 in Seneca Falls, N.Y., the birthplace of the women’s rights movement. The New York State event was among several hundred other “sister marches” that coincided with the official Women’s… Read More »