Dr. Darren Treadway is a visiting professor of business administration at Daemen College. Before coming to Daemen, he was on the faculty at the University of Mississippi and the University at Buffalo. He has also been a leadership development consultant… Read More »
Teens who are not getting sufficient sleep are more likely to suffer from symptoms of depression, a result that can be mitigated when parents enforce bedtimes with adolescent children, according to new research led by a Daemen College professor.
The… Read More »
Dr. Andrew Wise, professor of history and director of the Daemen College Center for Polish Studies, is serving on the Holocaust Resource Center of Buffalo Board of Directors.… Read More »
Daemen College has named Dr. Ida Gibson as the college’s first chief diversity officer as part of the institution’s continuing commitment to advance diversity and inclusion on campus. Her appointment was effective Jan. 2.
In this new role, Gibson will… Read More »
Michelle Semski serves as an academic advisor in the Daemen College Student Success Center. She brings to Daemen nearly 10 years of advisement experience from Bryant & Stratton College and Trocaire College. She has also worked in other areas in… Read More »
“The First World Congress of Scottish Literatures in Glasgow 2014” includes a chapter, “Mapping Post-Devolution Scottish Fiction,” authored by Dr. Robert Morace, professor of English.… Read More »
Kellie Kotwicki serves as practicum coordinator and associate professor in the Daemen College Applied Behavior Analysis Program.
A licensed behavior analyst in Arizona and New York, Kotwicki has been working in the field for more than nine years. She became… Read More »
The 2019 Faculty Art Show will be on display through Jan. 24 in the Daemen College Elizabeth C. Tower Gallery in the Haberman Gacioch Art Center.… Read More »
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 »