Daemen recently hosted a visit by the vice chancellor of the Catholic University of Kabgayi in Rwanda, Balthazar Ntivuguruzwa.
Ntivuguruzwa hosted Joseph Sankoh, associate professor of political science at Daemen
, while serving as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar this past… Read More »
For the first time, Daemen was home to Buffalo Prep
’s senior retreat, bringing 25 high school students on campus this summer to prepare for their post-secondary studies.
The retreat serves to “jumpstart” the college application and admissions process, said… Read More »
The Parkinson’s Foundation will host its annual Moving Day Buffalo
walk for the first time on Daemen University’s campus this Saturday, Sept. 17, with help from students and faculty of the Physical Therapy Department
The event is part of… Read More »
Convocation kicked off a new academic year in a fashion both familiar and new.
Marking the institution’s 75th anniversary
– and after two-and-a-half years of overcoming pandemic-related obstacles – Daemen
’s leaders welcomed a more traditional and recognizable version of… Read More »
John Yurtchuk, the chairman of Daemen University
’s Board of Trustees
, was honored by Buffalo Business First as a 2022 C-Level Executives award winner. The annual honors, now in their 11th year, recognize western New York’s most effective business… Read More »
The U.S. Blind Hockey Team
recently held its national tryouts and camp at Daemen.
Players from around the country stayed in the university’s apartments and ate meals on campus in dining halls. They practiced and scrimmaged at the nearby Northtown… Read More »
Tickets for Daemen’s 75th anniversary keynote speech by Baratunde Thurston – the host of the new hit PBS show America Outdoors – are now available.
While the event is free and open to the public, tickets must be reserved via
… Read More »
Daemen University will mark the 75th anniversary of its founding this week.
On Friday, two days before Daemen’s official birthday, the institution will host an 11:30 a.m. gathering near the front lawn of the Amherst campus.
A Daemen flag will… Read More »
For the past month, USA Hockey has hosted multiple camps for young elite prospects at Daemen.
While hockey matches and practices were held at the nearby Northtown Center in Amherst (and livestreamed on HockeyTV.com), players were housed, coached and took… Read More »
The Summit Center, a behavioral health center in western New York, has collaborated with Daemen on a new exhibition to celebrate artists and learners with autism.
The show, consisting of paintings, digital artwork, and paper collage works by Summit students,… Read More »
has been named a national College of Distinction – a prestigious recognition given to higher education institutions – as an acknowledgement of distinction in teaching, scholarship and student success.
The honor marks the 15th consecutive year Daemen has… Read More »
Robert Gioia, a civic leader in western New York for nearly 50 years and retired president of The John R. Oishei Foundation, has been appointed to the Daemen University Board of Trustees
“There are few leaders in our region… Read More »
The American Association for Italian Studies (AAIS) has awarded the book prize for Visual Studies to Laura Watts, professor of art history in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts
at Daemen University
, for her book Italian Panting in… Read More »
’s Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program
recently presented Oishei Children’s Hospital its 2022 Community Partner Award – an annual recognition given to a local agency that has worked with the university to provide hands-on experience to ABA students.… Read More »