Daemen College has launched a new, completely revamped Web site with enhanced features, dynamic content and a responsive design for a mobilefriendly experience to best meet the needs of visitors to the site.
The college’s new daemen.edu Web site includes a modernized design, updated navigation, increased multimedia use, a refined structure to better […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College and Lincoln Memorial University have formed a unique educational collaboration that will pave the way for Western New York students to earn a doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM), making it the only program of its kind available at a Buffalo Niagara institution and one of only three in the Northeast. It is the […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College has launched a new advanced certificate program in executive leadership and change (ELC), which is designed to prepare working professionals for leadership positions in business, health professions, higher education, and nonprofit organizations.
“This new advanced certificate program offers students a great opportunity to develop essential leadership skills and build competencies in areas […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College has completed the third phase of campus beautification efforts with a newly installed decorative wall along the west front of college grounds, new signage and other improvements to further spruce up the campus.
The multi-tiered stone wall is an extension of one installed on campus last year along Main Street that now […]Continue Reading →
The Higher Education Capital (HECap) Matching Grant Program Board has awarded Daemen College a $161,253 grant to allow for security enhancements and other improvements in the college’s Wick Campus Center.
“We are delighted with the award of this important funding from the State of New York,” said Dr. Greg Nayor, vice president for student […]Continue Reading →
“We are pleased to again receive this prestigious national distinction,” said Daemen President Gary A. Olson. “This award underscores that Daemen is among […]Continue Reading →
An important milestone in the growth of Daemen College was marked in the fall with the official opening of its new Academic and Wellness Center, a $5.6 million refurbishment project that provides state-of-the-art learning facilities for health-related academic programs and fitness and recreational space for the college community.
“This is an exciting time at Daemen […]Continue Reading →
New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia ’70, a Daemen College graduate, emphasized that more collaborations between schools and higher education institutions are essential to advancing the state’s education system at a discussion held at Daemen College.
Elia spoke at the Daemen Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series before a well-attended gathering of presidents and other top […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College’s 64th annual commencement was the beginning of a new tradition for the institution as for the first time ever, two ceremonies were held for undergraduate and graduate students receiving their academic degrees.
The May 16 ceremonies were filled with excitement and joy as the Daemen Class of 2015 celebrated the momentous occasion […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College celebrated the accomplishments of five outstanding graduates at the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner held in their honor on Nov. 6.
“We are proud to recognize the stellar accomplishments of this year’s recipients, who embody the positive impact our college has on the lives of our graduates,” said Daemen President Gary A. Olson. […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College raised more than $5,000 at the first annual fundraising event held for the newly established Charles Sabatino Study Abroad Scholarship, named in memory of the college’s longtime and beloved professor who passed away suddenly in 2014. Social work major Ellen Banks was selected as the first Sabatino Scholar, which helped support her […]Continue Reading →
For example, if you donate cash or appreciated stock to fund a Daemen charitable gift annuity, you will receive fixed payments for life, a partial income tax deduction for your gift when […]Continue Reading →
In a lecture given by Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul, she cited Buffalo’s remarkable economic resurgence as a model for how to transform a city into a vibrant, growing urban area. […]Continue Reading →
Mary Ruth (Leberer) Haberman, ’61, Business Administration, was among the ’15 Christus Super Omonia Distinguished Alumnae award recipients honored by Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart.
Claudia M Kregg-Byers, ’66, History and Government, received a master of public health and a Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, where she is […]Continue Reading →
Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul discussed a new Cuomo administration effort related to campus sexual assault prevention and policies at New York State’s private colleges at a meeting in March with a group of panelists and members of the Daemen College community.
Hochul’s visit to Daemen was the first to take place at a Western New […]Continue Reading →
The Daemen College Board of Trustees has approved the appointment of Arthur G. Wingerter and John Yurtchuk to the college’s board.
“We are delighted to have such distinguished and accomplished leaders join the Daemen board,” said Board Chair Dale Demyanick ’79, a partner at Lumsden and McCormick, LLP.
Wingerter has served since 2009 as president […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College’s economic impact on the Buffalo Niagara region in 2013 reached nearly $132 million, represent-ing a $17 million increase for the Amherst-based institution, according to a new study released by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU).
“This substantial figure illustrates Daemen plays a key role in the region’s economic vitality and […]Continue Reading →
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