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 »
In early March 2020, Margaret Phillips traveled to India for a conference—funded through the Daemen Global Education Task Force—and to set the foundation for a service-learning study abroad program for the college.
Before the pandemic shut down international travel, and… Read More »
Joining Daemen College as director of institutional communication in mid-April, Daniel Robison is moving to Western New York for the second time.
Originally from Louisville, KY—and raised on the other side of the Ohio River, in New Albany, IN—Robison began… Read More »
Three Daemen College faculty and staff were announced as recipients of the 2021 Outstanding Faculty and Staff Awards as part of President Gary Olson’s recent State of the College address, which was presented virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.… Read More »
Erin Carman, assistant professor in the Department of Social Work and Sociology, has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Louis H. Swartz Memorial Award
honoring a distinguished JD/MSW alumni of the University at Buffalo social work program.
The… Read More »