Daemen College President Gary Olson and several college board members have been named to the 2018 Buffalo Business First Power 250, an annual ranking of the most influential people in the Buffalo Niagara region. “We congratulate President Olson on being selected for this year’s Power 250 list and applaud his dedication to Daemen College,” said Dr. Thomas… Read More »
Lamark Shaw is currently serving as interim director of career services at Daemen College, having previously held the associate director role. Joining Daemen in 2011 as an adjunct instructor, he also teaches career field experience at the college. Shaw previously taught career and business management, marketing and sales principles, business law and ethics, and marketing… Read More »
Dr. Nicole Chimera, chair and associate professor of athletic training at Daemen College, will be a co-presenter at the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting being held this month in New Orleans. The presentation is entitled “Feasibility of Injury Reporting Via SMS in Community Sport Settings: A Prospective Cohort Study.”
Dr. Kevin Telford, chair of modern languages and associate professor of French at Daemen College, recently celebrated a personal milestone as he became a U.S. citizen along with 55 others representing 26 different countries at a naturalization ceremony held in Buffalo. “Becoming a U.S. citizen has been a long-time personal goal for me,” said Telford,… Read More »
Dr. Erica Frisicaro-Pawlowski, associate professor of English at Daemen College, teaches a range of composition classes and courses in rhetoric, professional writing, and the English language. In her additional role as the college’s writing coordinator, she assists with composition placement, scheduling, and writing course instruction. Most recently, Frisicaro-Pawlowski’s scholarly work has focused on the role… Read More »
Dr. Hamish Dalley, assistant professor of English at Daemen College, is one of only 20 faculty members selected from Council of Independent Colleges institutions to participate in the organization’s seminar on “Traveling With Pausanias through Greece,” taking place in June at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Nafplio, Greece.
Dr. Jack Peltz, assistant professor of psychology at Daemen College, has co-authored an article, “A Process-Oriented Model Linking Adolescents’ Sleep Hygiene and Psychological Functioning: The Moderating Role of School Start Times,” published in Sleep Health: Journal of the National Sleep Foundation.
Eric Diethorn serves as campus safety supervisor at Daemen College, having previously worked as security manager at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Mass. Diethorn has also worked with the security team at Fidelity Investments’ global headquarters, United States Postal Service, South Station in downtown Boston, and Endicott College. He has extensive training and experience… Read More »
Vanessa Patrone joined Daemen College in 2017 as an assistant professor of applied behavior analysis after previously teaching at the college as an adjunct instructor. Her research interests include autism spectrum disorder, intellectual/developmental disabilities, functional assessment of problem behavior, and the impact of public policy on behavior analytic service provision. Patrone, who is pursuing a… Read More »