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 has selected eight outstanding first-year students to receive 2018 Trustee Scholarships, the college’s most prestigious academic scholarship that is renewable throughout their undergraduate studies. The college has also awarded five Transfer Trustee Scholarships to high-achieving new transfer students.… Read More »
Daemen College student Isabella Acosta is one of only five students from across the U.S. selected to receive a scholarship from Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX), the national honor society for paralegal and legal studies.
Acosta is the first paralegal studies… Read More »
Daemen College will begin the academic year and officially welcome more than 415 new students and their families at the college’s annual Convocation ceremony planned for 3 p.m. Sept. 1 in the Wick Campus Center Dining Room.
Convocation, which is… Read More »
Daemen College’s 67th annual commencement celebrated the Class of 2018 at undergraduate and graduate ceremonies held on May 19 in Kleinhans Music Hall.
In addressing the graduates, Daemen President Gary Olson said, “Each of you is a part of a… Read More »
Kristyn Mott, a double major in global and local sustainability and business administration at Daemen College, has been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship.
Her selection makes this the first-time ever two students from Daemen have earned this international… Read More »
Daemen College student Stefan Foster has received a $500 scholarship from the Western New York Paralegal Association.
A Trustee Scholar, Foster is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies with a minor in composition and writing and is a member… Read More »
Daemen College students and faculty involved in this year’s VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program assisted in preparing more than 235 tax returns for residents in the Western New York community.… Read More »
The exceptional achievements of graduating students in the Daemen College Class of 2018 were recognized at the annual Excellence Awards Ceremony held on May 18 as part of the college’s commencement weekend activities.
“This annual ceremony is a longstanding Daemen… Read More »
Daemen College recognized outstanding student leaders in clubs, organizations, and departments at the college’s annual Student Leadership Awards luncheon held on May 3.
“Our student leaders at Daemen are among some of the most impressive in the nation,” said Dr.… Read More »
Daemen College has appointed Jeffrey Hamm as head coach of the college’s growing esports program. Announced earlier this year, the formation of the esports club team made Daemen the first private institution in the Buffalo Niagara region to join the… Read More »
Please join the Daemen College community in celebrating the Class of 2018 at the college’s 67th annual commencement on May 19 in Kleinhans Music Hall. The undergraduate ceremony is scheduled for noon and the graduate ceremony will take place at… Read More »
Daemen College Class of 2018 graduating students from diverse backgrounds were recognized at the college’s second annual ALHANA (African, Latino, Hispanic, Asian, Native American) Graduation Celebration held on May 2.
College faculty and staff joined together to honor graduates and… Read More »
Daemen College President Gary Olson will confer degrees to more than 1,025 undergraduate and graduate candidates in the Class of 2018 at the college’s 67th annual commencement on May 19 in Kleinhans Music Hall.
The undergraduate ceremony will take place… Read More »
Gretchen Ringler, a senior on the Daemen College women’s tennis team, has been named the NCAA Division II East Region’s recipient of the Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). She is one of eight… Read More »