The Daemen University Animation Program
has garnered statewide recognition, ranking among the top 10 animation schools in New York State by Animation Career Review
—an online resource for those seeking careers in animation, graphic design, and other related fields.
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Daemen University’s annual All High Art Weekends
, a celebration of artwork by local high school students, will feature two events in February.
First, the All High Art Exhibition
opens Feb. 11 and will include submissions from high school juniors… Read More »
Last fall, Daemen University partnered with Elbers Landscape Service
—a local landscaping company established in 1919—to service its Amherst, N.Y. campus.
As of Oct. 1, 2022, six of the company’s crew members have worked on campus, initially concentrating on main… 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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Lindsay R. Masters, director of academic support and engagement
at Daemen University, is one of 19 honorees of Buffalo Business First’s 2023 Inclusion Diversity Equity Awareness (IDEA) Awards
, now in its fourth year.
The awards honor those who are… Read More »
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 »
Faculty members of Daemen University’s Behavioral Science Department
recently helped pass legislation
to amend New York’s State Education Law, allowing licensed behavioral analysts to treat individuals outside of just those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
This change was made, in large… Read More »
A research study
conducted by Daemen psychology graduate Deven Nestorowich ’20 and Daemen faculty members on perceptions of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) was recently published in the European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education
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For the second consecutive year, Daemen University earned the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics
Top Fundraising College title, raising a grand total of $6,821.
Held on Dec. 3, the event saw teams plunge into Lake Erie’s cold water at Woodlawn… Read More »
We sat down with Penny Messinger, chair of Daemen University’s History and Political Science Department
and director of Women’s Studies, to talk about what graduates can do with a history and political science degree.
Can you tell us about the
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This cold and flu season, Daemen University officials are raising awareness about how the campus community can stay healthy and prevent the spread of illness.
In a campus-wide message, Daemen Senior Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Greg Nayor reminded everyone… 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 »
The Voice recently sat down with Robert Waterhouse, chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) at Daemen; and Dan Shanahan, assistant professor and director of the Entrepreneurship Program to discuss the juried exhibit, EMERGENCE: A Celebration of… Read More »
Daemen University has announced the appointment of Dr. Mario Hicks, an accomplished fundraising professional with a decade of experience in fundraising, as vice president for institutional advancement
. His appointment is effective December 14.
In this role, Hicks will oversee… Read More »
We sat down with Laura Azzarella, the associate vice president of Employee Engagement at Daemen University, to talk about what she does and how her department is beneficial to students, faculty, and staff.
Why would someone visit your department?
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