Dr. Christina Kelly joined Daemen College this fall as an assistant professor of physical therapy. She most recently was a physical therapist in an outpatient neurorehabilitation clinic at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn.
Kelly is a certified neurological… Read More »
Tiffany Dillon joined Daemen College last July as a career advisor. Currently president of the Buffalo Niagara Human Resource Association (BNHRA), she previously served as BNHRA’s college relations director, which gave her the opportunity to interact with students from colleges… Read More »
Dr. Matthew Ward, director of the Daemen College Honors Program and associate professor of chemistry, has been appointed divisional dean of arts and sciences, effective June 1, 2019.… Read More »
The Daemen College Faculty Emeritus Advisory Board provided counsel on several key institutional topics and announced a gift-in-kind donation from a board member at the group’s biannual meeting held on Oct. 11.
“Members of this advisory board have served Daemen… Read More »
Dr. Ryan Boggs joined Daemen College this fall as an assistant professor of physical therapy. He most recently was a physical therapist and director of electrodiagnostics and clinical research at Advanced Care Physical Therapy in Niagara Falls.
His research focuses… Read More »
A Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy article, “The Knowledge of Low Back Pain Management Between Physical Therapists and Family Practice Physicians” was co-authored by Dr. Michael Ross, assistant professor of physical therapy; Dr. Ron Schenk, professor of physical therapy;… Read More »
Dr. Lisa Parshall, professor of political science at Daemen College, has co-authored, “The Icelandic Federalist Papers,” a volume of articles on Iceland’s constitutional change process.… Read More »
Jeff Sage, who previously served as director of sports medicine at Daemen College, was promoted this year to assistant athletics director for sports medicine and performance.
Sage continues to oversee the sports medicine and performance offices, which provide essential health… Read More »
Kevin Kegler, professor of graphic design at Daemen College, received second prize in “After the Pedestal,” a small sculpture exhibition at The Sculpture Center in Cleveland. He was honored for his sculpture “Prelude to Dawn.”… Read More »
Daemen College President Gary Olson was one of three higher education leaders chosen to participate in a regional symposium on the role of higher education in preparing a highly skilled workforce for business and industry, held on Sept.11.
The symposium,… Read More »
Casey Kelly, who earned a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design from Daemen College, joined the college this year as an assistant professor of graphic design.
Kelly’s professional experience, board involvement with the American Advertising Federation of Buffalo, and… Read More »
Margaret Phillips, associate professor and director of paralegal studies at Daemen College, has been named co-chair of the New York State Bar Association Task Force on Paralegals. The state-wide committee will examine the evolving role of paralegals in today’s legal… Read More »
Sandra Looker, assistant director of financial aid at Daemen College, has been elected to a two-year term as secretary of the New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association (NYSFAAA) Region 1.
NYSFAAA advocates for and promotes equal access to post-secondary… Read More »
Amanda Gross, assistant athletic director for administration/chief of staff at the University at Buffalo, has been appointed chief of staff to the president of Daemen College.
The appointment, effective Sept. 24, was announced by Daemen President Gary Olson.
In this… Read More »
Gregory Czajka, assistant professor of physician assistant studies at Daemen College, and physician assistant graduate Halley Kreminski ‘17 have published an article in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. The article, “Cecal Perforation: A Rare Complication of… Read More »