Casey Kelly, who earned a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design from Daemen College, joined the college this year as an assistant professor of graphic design.
Kelly’s professional experience, board involvement with the American Advertising Federation of Buffalo, and… Read More »
Margaret Phillips, associate professor and director of paralegal studies at Daemen College, has been named co-chair of the New York State Bar Association Task Force on Paralegals. The state-wide committee will examine the evolving role of paralegals in today’s legal… Read More »
Sandra Looker, assistant director of financial aid at Daemen College, has been elected to a two-year term as secretary of the New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association (NYSFAAA) Region 1.
NYSFAAA advocates for and promotes equal access to post-secondary… Read More »
Amanda Gross, assistant athletic director for administration/chief of staff at the University at Buffalo, has been appointed chief of staff to the president of Daemen College.
The appointment, effective Sept. 24, was announced by Daemen President Gary Olson.
In this… Read More »
Gregory Czajka, assistant professor of physician assistant studies at Daemen College, and physician assistant graduate Halley Kreminski ‘17 have published an article in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. The article, “Cecal Perforation: A Rare Complication of… Read More »
Daemen College President Gary Olson has published a column, “What Institutions Gain From Higher Carnegie Status,”
in The Chronicle of Higher Education
.… Read More »
Dr. James Ricci, assistant professor of mathematics at Daemen College, has been awarded the prestigious 2018-19 Congressional Fellowship from the American Mathematical Society, making him the first Daemen faculty member to earn this national honor.
The highly selective fellowship, which… Read More »
Rachel Leidenfrost has been appointed to the newly created position of associate vice president of marketing and communications at Daemen College. Her appointment is effective Aug. 13.
In this role, Leidenfrost will lead Daemen’s marketing initiatives, brand strategy, and plan… Read More »
Daemen College has launched several new major initiatives designed to strengthen its enrollment management operations and services, including the appointment of two leadership positions that are at the forefront of student recruitment and admissions.
Julie Zulewski has been named to… Read More »
Paula Witherell, director of institutional communications at Daemen College, has received two 2018 Bronze Excalibur Awards from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Buffalo Niagara Chapter.
Witherell received a Bronze Excalibur Award in the video and audio programs category… Read More »
Michael Paglicci has joined Daemen College as coordinator for student transition and campus programming.
In this role, he oversees orientation, homecoming, Daemen Day, and many other events. He will also develop a new Campus Activities Team (CAT), a student led… Read More »
Dr. Robert Rood, an experienced administrator in financial management and operations, officially started as Daemen College’s new vice president for business affairs and treasurer on June 1.
“I am delighted to have Bob join our Daemen family and excited to… Read More »
Dr. Lisa Inglis, clinical assistant professor of physical therapy at Daemen College, has been accepted into the distinguished Parkinson’s Foundation Physical Therapy Faculty Program.
She was one of only six physical therapy faculty who were chosen for the specialized four-day… Read More »
Dr. Lisa Parshall, professor of political science at Daemen College, was one of five faculty selected as an inaugural Richard P. Nathan Public Policy Fellow at the Rockefeller Institute of Government in Albany. During the one-year fellowship, she is partnering… Read More »
Dr. Mary Wolf, associate professor of art education at Daemen College, will be a workshop presenter and lead a roundtable discussion on higher education at the New York State Art Teachers Association Conference being held in November in Buffalo. She… Read More »