Daemen’s Assistant Director of Diversity and Inclusion
Dasia Morman was recently named as an honoree for the Changemakers 30 Under 30 Awards. Presented by the Crews Group and S & J Foundation, the ninth annual ceremony will celebrate and honor… Read More »
Athletic training student Jessica Baun recently won the Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association
Quiz Bowl. The event featured 16 teams of students who competed to answer questions that ranged from athletic training history to medical diagnoses.
Baun will go on to… Read More »
F. Paul Muccigrosso II, MSW, MBA serves as director of the Veteran Services Department at Daemen College. He is a decorated Veteran of the U.S. Navy and, most recently, he served as the program director for Medaille College’s Community Education… Read More »
Dr. Lisa Parshall, professor of political science and Daemen’s pre-law advisor, has been featured on Government Executive’s
“Government Executive Daily Podcast
” the premier news daily of the federal network. There she discussed her book on the outgoing president’s… Read More »
Karen Sharp-Price ‘90, alumna and adjunct faculty member in Daemen’s Department of Business Administration
, was recently asked to weigh in on her thoughts about the current job market for Zippia.com
, a website devoted to providing career options, intelligence,… Read More »
Daemen’s Assistant Director of Graduate and Special Programs Enrollment Tina Addison and her family were recently notified that they are officially in the contestant pool for the television game show “Family Feud
Production for the program is currently… Read More »
Emilee Yormick is Daemen’s new director of housing and residence life, part of the division of Student Affairs. Let’s get to know her better!
What inspired you to pursue your career?
My undergraduate experience! I knew I wanted to help… Read More »
Daemen’s Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton has been named as an honoree for Buffalo Business First’s second annual IDEA (Inclusion Diversity Equity Awareness) Awards.
Nineteen people and seven organizations were chosen from 60 nominations for championing diversity and inclusion. They… Read More »
Emily Burns Perryman, vice president for institutional advancement, has been named as one of the six new 2021 Board of Directors members of the WNY Women’s Foundation, whose mission is to create a culture of possibility so each woman can… Read More »
Associate Professor of Political Science and Daemen Honors Program Director Jay Wendland was recently published in “Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy
,” an open access online journal that explores multiple aspects of American and global… Read More »
Dr. Lisa K. Parshall, professor of political science and pre-law advisor in Daemen’s Department of History and Political Science
, recently participated in a roundtable video discussion of the Electoral College as part of a shared initiative of the Civics4Action
… Read More »
On Saturday, Dec.12, the Physical Therapy Department
held its annual Evidence Based Practice Clinical Research Symposium event. This year, a virtual format was utilized showcasing the department’s third professional year doctor of physical therapy
students as they presented their capstone… Read More »
Dr. Andrew Kier Wise, professor of history and director of the Center for Polish Studies at Daemen College, has been sharing unique insights into the history of Buffalo.
Wise recently presented on immigrant Polish workers in Buffalo
and those who… Read More »
Cameron Garrity is what’s known around campus as a “triple threat.” He’s not only an alum of Daemen’s graphic design program
, but he’s also taught classes, and now serves as one of the college’s talented graphic designers within Institutional… Read More »
Name: Kristen Luppino-Gholston, LMSW
Department: Social Work & Sociology
A few examples of the classes you teach: Social welfare policy, research methods, community social work practice, organizational theory.
What inspired you to pursue your career? I became a social worker… Read More »