Paralegal Studies at Daemen College has gained national recognition as one of the most affordable programs of its kind.
The ranking – 33rd in the country – was given by University Headquarters, an independent educational organization.
Ranking factors include tuition… Read More »
Keeping alive a campus tradition since 2007 during COVID takes improvisation. Literally.
At the 16th annual Learning and Teaching Symposium, faculty and staff focused on improving communication in the classroom – by learning games, techniques and tricks used in improv… Read More »
Justin Iwankow began working in Daemen College’s Facilities Services Department in 2018 – and recently switched gears, becoming the college’s classroom and events specialist.
In his new role, Iwankow prepares and upgrades equipment for campus events and ensures all classroom… Read More »
A new New York State law will help improve the treatment of thousands of people with autism spectrum disorder and those with behavioral health needs in the state.
Influential in securing the passage of the bill and lobbying for the… Read More »
On January 24, adult animated sitcom American Dad! will debut its 17th season on TBS.
Like many of its other 320-plus episodes, the show will feature the work of Caleb Meurer, an adjunct professor for animation in the Visual &… Read More »
Nearly two years after the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in the United States, newly published research from a Daemen professor highlights how families have been affected during the pandemic.
Jack Peltz, assistant professor of psychology at the college,… Read More »
Laura Azzarella recently joined Daemen as associate vice president for employee engagement.
She oversees human resources – supporting the college in its practices and procedures to ensure they are as contemporary as possible. She has also been appointed to the… Read More »
Greg Ford – chair of Daemen’s Physical Therapy Department – has been elected to serve as a commissioner on the national Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), for a four-year term.
As a commissioner, Ford ’95, ’00, ’04… Read More »
The Daemen College Physical Therapy Department held its annual “Evidence Based Practice Clinical Research Symposium” on Dec. 11.
The event showcased the work of third-year professional doctor of physical therapy (DPT) students who presented their capstone research projects. Each project… Read More »
Brandi Guerinot has been passionate about her many roles at Daemen—from previously serving as interim athletic director to now teaching sport management courses as a visiting assistant professor in the Business Department.
A former student athlete herself, Guerinot attended George… Read More »
Yolanda Morris has been chosen by Buffalo Business First to receive an IDEA (Inclusion Diversity Equity Awareness) Award.
Morris, director of admissions events and special programs at Daemen, takes home an honor that recognizes “defenders of diversity and champions of… Read More »
After teaching English courses at many different colleges in Western New York, alum Susan Cozzi ’01 found her way back to Daemen and now serves as a visiting professor in the English Department.
Cozzi recently began her new position after… Read More »
From original paintings, puppets and ceramics – to collages, illustrations and video installations, a new exhibition of Daemen faculty artwork has taken shape at the Tower Gallery.
A college tradition that stretches back decades, the VPA Faculty Exhibit is on… Read More »
When patrons enter the Magic Bear Beer Cellar in Buffalo’s Larkinville, they’re surrounded by colorful, immersive murals designed and painted by Christy Francis, research and creative director at Daemen.
To boot, Francis is also coordinating a cross-promotional social media campaign… Read More »
At Daemen, Ian James is driven to support each student-athlete on their road to earning a degree.
“I am there, through any ups and downs,” said James, a student-athlete success and community engagement coordinator.”I’m the guy who tries to make… Read More »