Elizabeth Wright, dean and associate professor of education, has been appointed to serve as dean of the Daemen College Health and Human Services Division, effective June 1.
Cheryl Bird, executive director of Daemen College’s Paul A. Saffrin Center for Sustainability and Civic Engagement, has received a 2017 Women Who Move the City award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County. The award was presented at a celebration held May 11 for this year’s honorees. Women Who Move the City recognizes women… Read More »
Kyle Harman, a 2013 graduate of Daemen College, has been named to the part-time position of head men’s golf coach. He returns to his alma mater and the program for which he played as a collegiate student-athlete from 2011-13, helping the team capture the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) national championship as a senior.… Read More »
Dr. Cheryl Nosek, chair and professor of nursing at Daemen College, and Dr. Christopher Kerr, medical director at Hospice Buffalo, presented their research on hospice patients, “The Importance of Dreams and Visions at End of Life,” at the 30th annual Nursing Research and Scholarly Activities Conference.
Dr. Kehua “Joe” Zhou is a clinical assistant professor in the Daemen College Department of Health Promotion. In addition to teaching courses in health care studies, he currently practices physical therapy at the Daemen College Wound Care Clinic and provides acupuncture treatments and consultations to patients. During the past few years, Zhou has been actively… Read More »
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).
Paula Witherell, director of institutional communications at Daemen College, has been named the 2016 Am-Pol Eagle Citizen of the Year for Media in recognition of her contributions to the Polish-American community. She joined this year’s individuals and organizations honored in 11 other categories at a Mass and awards presentation held April 29 in St. Adalbert… Read More »
Daemen College’s Class of 2017 graduating students from diverse backgrounds were honored at the institution’s inaugural multicultural graduation celebration held on May 2 in the Wick Campus Center Social Room. Daemen faculty and staff came together to recognize graduates and their achievements at the college’s first-ever ALHANA (African, Latino, Hispanic, Asian, Native American) Graduation Celebration.… Read More »
The Buffalo News gave an excellent review of the Kavinoky Theatre’s production of “The Father,” directed by Robert Waterhouse, associate professor of theater at Daemen College. The one-act play runs through May 14.
Paul Lagno is in his second season as head men’s and women’s cross country/track and field coach at Daemen College. In his first year, he led the women’s cross country team to a runner-up finish at the East Coast Conference Championships, and a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Division II East Regional Championships. Lagno, a… Read More »