Lindsay Masters was recently promoted from writing specialist to coordinator of the Daemen College Learning Center. In this new role, she oversees academic coaching/tutoring and peer led team learning and assists with academic coordination of the HEOP pre-freshman summer program. She also continues in her additional role as life skills coach supervisor for The Peter… Read More »
Dr. Linda Kuechler, professor of accounting at Daemen College, has been appointed to the International Accreditation Council for Business Education Board of Commissioners.
Paula Witherell, director of institutional communications at Daemen College, has received two 2017 Excalibur Awards from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Buffalo Niagara Chapter for her work in the communications field. She received a Gold Award in the press conferences category for her work on announcing a gift from the Paul A. Saffrin… Read More »
Daemen College recognized milestone years of service reached by 48 employees at the third annual Celebration of Employee Service and Ice Cream Social event. The celebration, which was co-sponsored by the Office of the President and Human Resources, honored full-time employees with five or more continuous years of service. Employees recognized at the event held… Read More »
Dr. Matthew Ward, director of the Daemen College Honors Program and associate professor of chemistry, has been elected to a two-year term as a faculty representative for the Northeast Regional Honors Council (NRHC) Executive Board. In this capacity, he will attend National Collegiate Honors Council and Northeast Regional Honors Council meetings, and help organize the… Read More »
Dr. Janet Hobba-Glose, assistant professor of nursing at Daemen College, has received a Zonta International Yellow Rose Award in honor of her contributions to the betterment of women. She was also presented a New York State legislative resolution by Senator Chris Jacobs in recognition of her Yellow Rose Award and for her contributions to health… Read More »
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.