At heart, Kathryn Procknal ’14 ’21 has always been a social worker.
“I recently looked back at my old yearbook from the fourth grade and for the question, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’” Procknal said,… Read More »
Daemen’s new Senior Assistant Director of Admissions Tiffany Wagner didn’t always plan to work in enrollment. In fact, she started her education career in the Vet-Tech Program at Alfred State College.
“I was set to work with cows for the… Read More »
Students and alums of Daemen’s Department of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) have a studio space to call their own—a new website dedicated to their artwork
Robert Waterhouse, associate professor of theatre and chair of VPA described the… Read More »
It was the generosity and interest from certain professors along Aaron Joyal’s academic journey that he credits for guiding him on a path to Daemen, where he’s an assistant professor of business administration.
The impact of mentorship in his own… Read More »
The eighth Buffalo Humanities Festival—centered around the theme of “Uptopia” this year—featured a cross-disciplinary presentation by Daemen entrepreneurship and political science faculty.
The session, titled “Ritual and Place: Towards a Utopian Policy,” was delivered by Dan Shanahan, assistant professor and… Read More »
Miguel Rodriguez is known for his rapport with students.
As a former campus safety supervisor—and Daemen’s first director of community standards and student advocacy—he’s a bridge between the college and students, supporting their well-being while running a fair conduct process.… Read More »
In New York City’s mayoral primary on June 22, ballots will be cast for the first time using an uncommon—but not unproven—method for choosing candidates: ranked choice voting (RCV).
Using exit poll data to study voters’ perceptions of RCV’s effects… Read More »
Margaret (Meg) Artman serves as faculty advisor to The Insight, the student-run newspaper of Daemen College, which just published its most recent issue
It’s a fitting role for the assistant professor of English; Artman was a frequent contributor to… Read More »
Xiao Yang, an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) and a 2016 graduate of the college, displayed her work “Made In Power” in one of New York City’s largest annual outdoor installations of artwork.… Read More »
A popular “selfie” spot in downtown Buffalo is bringing attention to an innovative collaboration between Daemen College and the Western New York Book Arts Center.
Since its installation in late April, the window display by Daemen has served as an… Read More »
A love of learning and education has always played a pivotal role in major life endeavors for Mike Morgan, the director of publications at Daemen College since 1984.
Morgan has fond memories of attending Buffalo State College, earning a bachelor… Read More »
A common tool used by an array of professionals to assess experiences of trauma in the first 18 years of life fails to adequately uncover and contextualize adverse experiences—and has the potential to re-traumatize an individual by the manner in… Read More »
Combating COVID challenges unique to individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) is focus of state grant and partnership.
With funding from the New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (DDPC), the Daemen College Department of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)… Read More »