Russell Sage College has honored alumna Yolanda Morris ’97, director of admissions events and special programs at Daemen College, with a 2017 Woman of Influence Award in recognition of her contributions in the community and in her professional field. Presented by the RSC Alumnae Association, the award recognizes alumnae who have achieved a high level… Read More »
Jillian Ziemianski has joined the Daemen College Learning Center as a writing specialist. In this role, she oversees peer and professional writing coaches, provides training and professional development opportunities for new academic coaches, and manages writing coaching sessions for undergraduate and graduate students. She also assists with developing and performing outreach activities, including class visits,… Read More »
Dr. Ron Schenk, professor of physical therapy, presented a lecture, entitled “The Patient Response Model: Implications for Mobility, Stability, and Direction of Preference,” as featured speaker for the Mike Hage Lecture given at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. The Mike Hage Speaker, who share their expertise on musculoskeletal practice, are selected based on core values… Read More »
Richard G. Schott, vice president for business affairs and treasurer at Daemen College, has announced that he will retire from his leadership role, effective Dec. 31. He has held the vice president position since October 2014. “I am thankful to have had this tremendous opportunity to serve as Daemen’s vice president for business affairs for… Read More »
Dr. Rebecca (Becky) Begalle joined Daemen College this year as clinical education coordinator and assistant professor of athletic training, having most recently served as an assistant professor at Illinois State University. She has taught a variety of areas in the athletic training field, including clinical evaluation, therapeutic exercise, pathology and pharmacology, biomechanics, and research methods.… Read More »
Dr. Jay Wendland, assistant professor of political science at Daemen College, presented a lecture, entitled “The Media and the President: Who Shapes Whom?” as a featured speaker at the Theodore Roosevelt Site Speaker Nite series.
Daemen College has announced the appointment of Frank S. Williams, who has served as interim vice president for enrollment management since March 2017, to the permanent position at the college after a national search. His appointment is effective Sept. 1. “Frank stood out from among a talented pool of candidates from across the country, and… Read More »
Dr. Serife Tekin, assistant professor of philosophy at Daemen College, served as a faculty member for the University of Pittsburgh Summer Program in philosophy of science for underrepresented groups. The inaugural program hosted by Pitt’s Center for Philosophy of Science was open to undergraduate students, particularly for students with disabilities, underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds,… Read More »
Lindsay Masters was recently promoted from writing specialist to coordinator of the Daemen College Learning Center. In this new role, she oversees academic coaching/tutoring and peer led team learning and assists with academic coordination of the HEOP pre-freshman summer program. She also continues in her additional role as life skills coach supervisor for The Peter… Read More »
Dr. Linda Kuechler, professor of accounting at Daemen College, has been appointed to the International Accreditation Council for Business Education Board of Commissioners.