has awarded silver medals to two student projects for the prestigious American Advertising Awards. The projects have also been entered into the organization’s Student Wall of Fame.
Graphic Design students won for their “Good Things Are Coming”… Read More »
Education student Derrick Lemon has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program
, which will help him pursue his dream of studying abroad in Costa Rica. The scholarship was created… Read More »
Telena Smith ’21 was recently honored with the 2021 Outstanding Student Leader award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education
Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (CASE ASAP) District 2 on behalf of her work as a student alumni ambassador… Read More »
The Advanced Practice Provider Stroke Fellowship Program (APP) was created by the Daemen Department of Nursing in collaboration with Mercy Hospital of Buffalo to provide specialized training for nurse practitioners in the hospital’s Neuro Intensive Care Unit. Daemen alumni Alyssa… Read More »
Did you know that Daemen recently helped inspire a music collective and label? Meet Underrated Evolution!
The birth of the group of aspiring musical artists speaks to the passion of some of the college community’s young creators who never give… Read More »
The latest issue of Daemen’s student newspaper titled, Insight, is online now. Check it out at: insight.daemen.edu
Tips on Studying for Finals
Early Transition to Online Learning
Safety Awareness in the Midst of COVID-19
Spring Semester 2021 Registration… Read More »
Some of the most important reasons to go to graduate school may be for the professional skills you will gain, the personal development you will achieve, and the valuable connections you will make with fellow graduate students, faculty members, and… Read More »
Visual and Performing Arts students at Daemen College have completed a mural project at the Matt Urban Center that was put on hold last spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The course was part of Daemen’s extensive Service Learning Program,… Read More »
Daemen College men’s basketball star Andrew Sischo
has been named an NCAA Division II Preseason All-American by Basketball Times
, a monthly print publication that has covered college basketball since 1980. The publication’s announcement of Preseason All-Americans was made in… Read More »
Short animation films created by Daemen College Class of 2020 animation majors were featured on the outdoor big screen at Transit Drive-In where the college’s The Senior Show was held on Oct. 8.
“Once New York State reopened our region… Read More »
Three graduate students in Daemen College’s highly specialized cytotechnology program were recently recognized virtually at the fourth annual white coat ceremony hosted by Roswell Park Comprehensive Center, the program’s educational partner.
Students honored were Amy Haines of Butler, Pa., Cassandra… Read More »
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 »