Tag Archives: Faculty and Staff

Faculty Profile – Penny Messinger

Dr. Penny Messinger, associate professor of history and chair of history and political science at Daemen College, teaches a range of classes in American history, women’s history and women’s studies. She also directs women’s studies at Daemen and has coordinated events for Women’s History Month since this celebration started at the college in 2007. In… Read More »

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Margaret Phillips, assistant professor and director of paralegal studies at Daemen College, will address the important role of paralegals in the legal profession as a guest speaker at the Erie County Bar Association’s “Life After Law School” seminar series in May.

Shutts Recognized As a Health Care Champion

Dr. Gregg Shutts, professor and chair of the Daemen College Physician Assistant Studies Program, has been named a 2018 Health Care Champion by Buffalo Business First. In announcing the honorees, Business First noted, “Twenty-nine professionals have been named to the 2018 roster of Health Care Champions, signifying their high levels of accomplishments within the field.”… Read More »

Staff Profile – Jocelyn Swick-Jemison

Jocelyn Swick-Jemison is a research and instruction librarian in the Daemen College Research and Information Commons. In addition to research assistance and library instruction classes, she is helping to create a searchable database of Daemen student theses that will be available to students on campus and researchers outside the college. Prior to coming to Daemen,… Read More »

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Buffalo Theatre Guide gave an outstanding review to “Ben Butler,” a play directed by Robert Waterhouse, associate professor of theatre at Daemen College. The show recently completed its run at the Kavinoky Theatre.

Faculty Profile – Elizabeth Campbell

Dr. Elizabeth Campbell, assistant professor of history at Daemen College, teaches classes in ancient and modern world history, Middle East history, and digital history and humanities. Her scholarly work focuses on the history of Iraq. Prior to joining Daemen in 2016, Campbell taught for four years at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani, and lived… Read More »

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Erin Carmen, assistant professor of social work at Daemen College, has been named to a new community advisory board for the Buffalo Common Council’s Police Oversight Committee. The advisory board will make recommendations to the Common Council and the Buffalo Police Department.

Staff Profile – Justin Dise

Justin Dise joined Daemen College in 2016 as a research and instruction librarian in the Research and Information Commons. In addition to his responsibilities in this role, he recently conducted a usability study of the library Web site, which he redesigned based on student feedback. Before joining the library team at Daemen, Dise resided in… Read More »