Daemen University faculty and staff are preparing to host Experience Daemen Week, an event that provides prospective students with opportunities to learn about their desired major and the benefits of a Daemen education.
The weeklong event will run from Monday,… Read More »
The Daemen University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
will host the 17th annual Learning and Teaching Symposium
for faculty and administrators on Thursday, Jan. 19, in the Wick Center
Sponsored by the university’s Office of
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Heather Maclin, director of Student Activities
at Daemen University, oversees many student organizations as well as Greek life
on campus. She also plans large-sale events and activities that encourage students to become more involved on campus.
We sat down with… Read More »
A tradition of more than 50 years, Daemen’s Visual and Performing Arts (VPA)
Faculty Exhibit showcases the work of full- and part-time faculty who are active, professional artists in the Western New York community and beyond.
The exhibit will be… Read More »
This year’s Winterfest drew a crowd of more than 150 to the Daemen University Wick Campus Center
, offering festive activities for students, faculty, staff, and their families for the first time in three years.
“The event was a great… Read More »
Members of Daemen University’s community gathered in Rosary Hall
on Friday to pay tribute to the nation’s veterans during the annual “Veterans Day of Recognition” event.
Held in accordance with Veterans Day celebrated nationwide, the event began with the singing… Read More »
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Daemen University’s Center of Diversity and Inclusion
(CDI) will host Robert B. Caldwell
, assistant professor of Indigenous Studies at the University at Buffalo, to present his “Mapping Native America” lecture at 5… Read More »
A flurry of activities are set to take place for Daemen students, alumni, faculty, and staff during the university’s annual “Winterfest” celebration, slated to run from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2 on the Amherst campus.
The Daemen Traditions Committee… Read More »
Historian Michael Bryant will deliver a lecture titled, “Malevolent Intentions and the Play of Circumstance: the Pogrom of November 1938 and Hitler’s Plan for the Jews,” at 6 p.m. this evening in Daemen University’s Wick Social Room
Bryant, a… Read More »
welcomed Emmy-nominated host and New York Times best seller Baratunde Thurston on Sept. 20 for a keynote address in honor of the institution’s 75th anniversary
“Throughout this academic year, we will be celebrating and honoring the freedom… Read More »
A crowd of approximately 500 students and family members gathered in Daemen University
’s Lumsden Gymnasium
on Sept. 19 for College Night, the largest annual fall recruitment event in Western New York.
Hosted by the WNY Consortium of Higher Education,
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Daemen University will host its annual campus-wide Founders Celebration
from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 in recognition of its 75th anniversary, and its many accomplishments throughout the years.
This year’s celebration is the first Daemen will hold with its official… Read More »
Daemen University’s Amherst campus served as a scenic setting for Moving Day Buffalo
hosted by the Parkinson’s Foundation
last Saturday, Sept. 17.
With help from students and faculty of the Physical Therapy Department
, the event raised nearly $100,000, exceeding… Read More »
Daemen Forum, the college’s thought leadership-driven panel series, continues Thursday with a conversation about the ways physical therapy helps heal the body, takes a holistic approach to patient care, and how the profession promotes preventative healthcare.
From noon to 1:30… Read More »
Daemen College will hold an on-campus clinic offering up to 170 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The vaccines are available to current college faculty, staff and students and their… Read More »