Last week, Daemen College President Gary Olson formally welcomed new transfer students and their families to the college. Students and their families gathered in a recently transformed Wick Dining room conducive to appropriate physical distancing while still allowing for social… Read More »
Daemen College’s athletic training graduates have for the eighth consecutive year achieved a first-time pass rate that is well above the national average on the rigorous National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Board of Certification exam.
This year’s graduates earned an… Read More »
A new virtual exhibition presented by Daemen College features artistic and literary works that represent student reactions to social distancing and isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Apart, Together: Isolation During COVID-19 in Art and Literature,” which will be on display… Read More »
Courtney Bernard ‘20 of the Daemen College women’s volleyball team has been named a recipient of the John Smillie, Jr. Award given annually to East Coast Conference student-athletes who have overcome personal or physical challenges and hardships to pursue their… Read More »
Outstanding student leaders in clubs, organizations, and departments at Daemen College have been recognized in a virtual Student Leadership Awards ceremony presented in a specially created video.
“Due to the continuing fallout of the COVID-19 crisis, our annual ceremony to… Read More »
Several Daemen College alumni have been recognized as 2020 Nurse of Distinction nominees by The Buffalo News
and the Professional Nurses Association of Western New York (PNAWNY), an honor that is especially significant this year as nurses have been vital… Read More »
To continue an annual commencement week tradition, this year’s graduate reception for the Daemen College Class of 2020 doctorate of physical therapy graduates was moved to an online celebration held via Zoom.
At the virtual event, 57 DPT graduating students… Read More »
Daemen College graduate student Kathleen Wannemacher, who is pursuing a master’s degree in nursing education, was featured in a WIVB-TV story
, “Local Nurse, Celebrating Her Recovery From the Coronavirus, Watched the Flyover Salute from Air National Guard.”… Read More »
The talents and perseverance of Daemen College’s graduating Visual and Performing Arts students will be recognized with an online Senior Exhibit that will be officially launched via Zoom at 4:30 p.m. May 13.
“These young artists, designers, illustrators, animators, and… Read More »
A special congratulatory video message to the Daemen College Class of 2020 has been released by President Gary Olson, who commended the new graduates for their dedication to complete their degrees during this challenging time.
On behalf of the Daemen… Read More »
Daemen College student Moriah Gregory has been selected to receive a highly regarded Richard E. Vandervoort Memorial Scholarship from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Research and Education Foundation.
Gregory is one of less than 70 students from across the… Read More »
An animated public service announcement, “8 Ways to Stay Safe from COVID-19,” has been created by the junior class of Daemen College’s animation program.
The PSA showing safety tips to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 has been released on… Read More »
Daemen College will showcase the academic and creative achievements of students in a special virtual Academic Festival taking place on April 29. The 19th annual festival has been moved to an online format for the health and safety of the… Read More »
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, the impact of COVID-19 on patient care and health care professionals is being discussed with Daemen College students in a range of spring semester classes, which transitioned to an all online format last… Read More »
In a new video message to students, Daemen College President Gary Olson offered words of support and encouragement as students settle into many changes in their Daemen experience because of the COVID-19 crisis.
President Olson extended thanks to students for… Read More »