Elizabeth Renner started this summer as coordinator of the Daemen College Global Programs Office. In this capacity, she assists with recruiting, marketing, designing, and managing the college’s study abroad opportunities, and supports the executive director with advising international students.
She… Read More »
Dr. Kurt Blankschaen joined Daemen College this fall as an assistant professor of philosophy. He is excited to start his first year at the college teaching courses in medical ethics and medical humanities. He previously taught courses in ethics, political… Read More »
Peter Schilke, director of instructional design at Daemen College, and Dr. Martha Kershaw, assistant professor of nursing, were co-presenters at “QM Connect: The 11th Annual QM Conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning,” held in October in Grapevine, Texas. Their… Read More »
Dr. Ida Gibson has been appointed director of diversity and inclusion at Daemen College, effective Oct. 31.
In this role, she will be responsible for creating and sustaining a campus culture that embraces and promotes diversity and inclusion, and will… Read More »
Pete Gratien was named head coach in June as part of a restructuring of leadership positions for Daemen College men’s and women’s cross country/track and field programs. He joined Judy Arlington, director of cross country/track and field, as co-leader of… Read More »
Dr. Kathleen Murphy, professor of chemistry at Daemen College, will have a study guide, “Thermodynamics Problem Solving in Physical Chemistry: Study Guide and Maps,” published by CRC Press, a premier global publisher of science, technology, and medical resources.… Read More »
Dr. Mary Hall is an associate professor of nursing at Daemen College. She earned a doctorate in applied management and decision sciences from Walden University, a master’s degree in nursing administration from Duke University, and a bachelor’s degree in nursing… Read More »
The upcoming early voting period for Erie County residents will be discussed by Jeremy Zellner, Erie County Democratic Election Commissioner and Erie County Democratic Committee Chairman, at an event being hosted on Oct. 21 at Daemen College.
The Daemen History… Read More »
Heather Maclin is serving as director of student activities at Daemen College. In this role, she is overseeing the Office of Student Activities, directs and provides support for student clubs and organizations, and serves as advisor of the Student Government… Read More »
Michael Jones, assistant professor of animation at Daemen College, and animation student Emmanuel Edwards will appear on local television show “Pastor Chapman’s Corner,” to discuss an animation project being done in collaboration with St. John Baptist Church. They will also… Read More »
Dr. Deborah Napolitano joined Daemen College in 2018 as an assistant professor of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Prior to this, she was an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, where she retains a courtesy… Read More »
Dr. Rebecca Begalle, athletic training department chair and assistant professor at Daemen College, co-authored an article, “The Influence of Corrective Exercises on Functional Movement Screen and Physical Fitness Performance in Army ROTC Cadets,” in the Journal of Sport Rehabilitation.… Read More »
Kevin Kegler, professor of graphic design at Daemen College, has received a Sylvia L. Rosen Endowment Purchase Award from the Burchfield Penny Art Center and has his work on view as part of the center’s Art in Craft Media 2019… Read More »
Eric Hayes joined Daemen College this year as a data developer in the Office of Information Technology. In this role, he designs and creates database architectures, information workflows, and other technical solutions to facilitate reporting and data analysis throughout the… Read More »
A recent episode of “Policy Outsider,” the Rockefeller Institute of Government public policy podcast, features an interview with Dr. Lisa Parshall, professor of political science at Daemen College and an institute fellow. In the episode, “Power to the People,”
Parshall… Read More »