Dr. Laura Watts, associate professor of art history at Daemen College, will present a lecture, “Regional Academies and Artistic Politics: Naples, Rome and Milan in 19th Century Painting,” this week at Canisius College. She will discuss the work of Tommaso… Read More »
Tracy Masse, who has more than 20 years of experience in human resources, has been named director of employee engagement at Daemen College.
In her new position, she will oversee all human resources and payroll operations at the college, including… Read More »
Dr. Shirley Peterson, professor of English at Daemen College, will give a presentation, “An Elm, Shadowy and Vast, Spreads its Aged Branches: Tana French’s “The Witch Elm,”’ at the American Conference for Irish Studies being held in March in Boston.… Read More »
Joyce Strobel has been promoted to assistant director of publications at Daemen College, having most recently served as a graphic designer. In this role, she continues to support the graphic design needs of campus clients and is also responsible for… Read More »
Margaret Phillips, associate professor and director of paralegal studies at Daemen College, gave a presentation this month on “Ethics and Paralegals: Effective Client Representation” to the
Western New York Paralegal Association.… Read More »
Michael Jones, assistant professor and program director of animation at Daemen College, was a member of the animation team for “Mary Poppins Returns,” which has been recognized with two prestigious Annie Awards presented by the International Animated Film Society.
The… Read More »
Daemen College Chief of Staff Amanda Gross has announced that Sarah Porzucek has been named executive assistant in the Office of the President. She will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day administrative operations of the office as well as a… Read More »
Dr. Gina Kearney joined Daemen College last fall as an assistant professor of nursing, having most recently served as an adjunct faculty member in the department.
Kearney, who has 30 years of experience as a nursing professional, has previously worked… Read More »
Torn Space Theater’s original stage adaption of the film classic, “The Killing of a Chinese Bookie,” is being directed by Daniel Shanahan, assistant professor and coordinator of the Daemen College Entrepreneurism Program. The show will run from Feb. 15 to… Read More »
Kara McGuire, assistant director of Daemen College’s Research and Information Commons (RIC) and library services, will join other expert panelists and presenters at a national conference on interlibrary loan services.
More than 400 library leaders and staff from across the… Read More »
At the annual convention of the National Collegiate Athletic Association held last week in Orlando, Fla., Daemen College President Gary Olson officially assumed office as chair of the powerful Division II Presidents Council, the body that helps establish policy for… Read More »
Dr. Greg Nayor, vice president for student affairs and strategic initiatives at Daemen College, has been named the recipient of the 2019 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Region II Fred Turner Award.
Nayor will receive the award at the… Read More »
Julia Grygier joined Daemen College in September as coordinator for student organizations and Greek life. In this role, she oversees student clubs and organizations and the Daemen Inter-Greek Alliance and Student Government Association, as well as many student events.
Grygier… Read More »
Dr. Lisa Parshall, professor of political science at Daemen College and a Richard P. Nathan Public Policy Fellow at the Rockefeller Institute of Government, is organizing the institute’s “Research and Practice in Progress Briefing on Local Government in New York.”… Read More »
Kerry Spicer, who has more than 15 years of experience in student affairs, has been appointed dean of students at Daemen College.
In this role, Spicer will oversee the college’s student conduct system and student care follow-up, including coordination with… Read More »