Dr. Greg Nayor, vice president for student affairs at Daemen College, has been selected by Buffalo Business First as one of this year’s “40 Under 40” honorees. Awards will be presented to recipients, who are being recognized for their records of professional success and community involvement, at a luncheon celebration scheduled for Dec. 1 at… Read More »
Dr. Brenda Young, program director of global and local sustainability at Daemen College, was a co-presenter for a session on “Building Our Capacity for Collection Action” at the 2017 Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference held in San Antonio.
Daemen College Director of Athletics Bridget Niland has announced a restructuring of the athletics department’s leadership staff to better serve the needs of the Wildcats’ 17 NCAA Division II sports and more than 230 student-athletes. The changes also reflect a structure that will support Daemen’s Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE), which… Read More »
Alex Chichester has joined Daemen College’s Office of Information Technology as a junior web developer. In this role, he mainly works on adding and improving functionality on the MyDaemen website, including the new Daemen directory. Chichester graduated from the University of Rochester with a master’s degree in adolescent education and earned a bachelor’s degree in… Read More »
Dr. Mary Wolf, associate professor of art education at Daemen College, will give a presentation at the 2018 National Art Education association conference being held in March in Seattle. She will co-present a session, “Implicit Bias and Culturally Responsive Practice in the Art Room,” with Michele Agosto, director of curriculum for art education in the… Read More »
Dr. Veronica Valazza joined Daemen College this fall as a full-time assistant professor of nursing, having most recently served as an adjunct faculty member in the department. Valazza, who has more than 20 years of experience as a nursing professional, previously worked as nurse manager at Kaleida Health and also at Kenmore Mercy Hospital. A… Read More »
Daemen College faculty members Kevin Kegler, professor of graphic design, and Felice Koenig, associate professor of painting and drawing, have works on display in The Corridors Gallery at Hotel Henry, “A Resource: Art Project,” an evolving art program that will mark the third and final Art Walk of 2017.
Dr. Laura Favaro, clinical assistant professor of physical therapy at Daemen College, has earned certification as an orthopaedic clinical specialist from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.
A reorganization of two staff positions that will better support the function of Daemen College’s Office of Academic Affairs has been announced by Dr. Michael Brogan, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college. Pat Smith, who most recently served as director of leadership giving in the Office of Institutional Advancement, has been… Read More »
Jillian Ziemianski has joined the Daemen College Learning Center as a writing specialist. In this role, she oversees peer and professional writing coaches, provides training and professional development opportunities for new academic coaches, and manages writing coaching sessions for undergraduate and graduate students. She also assists with developing and performing outreach activities, including class visits,… Read More »