Five Daemen students traveled to Poland this summer to take part in a new exchange program between Daemen and East European
State Higher School in Przemyśl (PWSW).
Led by Daemen College Associate Professor of History Dr. Andrew Wise, a key focus of the program was to perform service learning work in the preservation and documentation [...]Continue Reading →
Alvaro Orozco, a Daemen international business major, had not anticipated graduating with a job. But with the help of Career Services at Daemen, that is exactly what happened. Originally from Barranquilla, Colombia, the international student graduated with a bachelor’s degree in international business and a minor in marketing in 2012.
Following an internship with Sunbelt [...]Continue Reading →
Global educational outreach moved another step forward during January 2013 Intersession, when the Daemen Winter Institute served as host
During their stay, the group attended classes and lectures in the Daemen physical therapy program, and became familiar with many of Buffalo’s favorite sights, shopping attractions, and foods.
The students, from the Brazilian Institute of Higher Education [...]Continue Reading →
Luis A. Santiago ‘79 is the owner and agent of Lou Santiago/State Farm Insurance, a business he has owned for more than 23 years. In addition to his BA in Humanities, Lou earned a Master’s of Business Administration in 2012 from the University at Buffalo through [...]Continue Reading →
The Nancy Haberman Gacioch, William T. Gacioch & Family Center for Visual & Performing Arts opened Thursday, October 4 on Daemen’s campus. Ceremonies were highlighted by a naming gift from Nancy Haberman Gacioch, a member of the Rosary Hill College Class of ’62, her husband, William, and their family. The $5.4 million Center [...]Continue Reading →
In a press conference June 25 at Daemen College, Daemen officials, New York Assemblyman Ray Walter (R), and New York State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer (R), announced a major change in New York State law that will improve access to healthcare that is high quality, yet less costly. The amendment to the law was initiated by [...]Continue Reading →
With those words, Nancy Haberman Gacioch ’62, who studied economics and social studies at the former Rosary Hill College, now Daemen College, advised Daemen 2012 graduates to be true to themselves. A philanthropist and strong supporter of many Buffalo and Western New York [...]Continue Reading →
After having an opportunity this summer to meet and exchange outcomes with Daemen College nursing students and faculty, Jun Li, a master’s level nursing student from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, felt this was just a beginning.
“There should be more such exchanges,” she said. “We need more communication, more sharing of outcomes of treatment [...]Continue Reading →
For Dr. Hratch Karamanoukian, the Hope for Tomorrow Foundation’s recent medical mission to Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) was the trip of a lifetime. Karamanoukian’s grandparents, as toddlers, left NKR with their family. A region located in Europe’s Southern Caucasus between Armenia and Azerbaijan, NKR has endured numerous wars and been disputed between the two countries, [...]Continue Reading →
More than 400 guests attended the grand opening of the Daemen College International Center for Excellence in Animation (ICEA), held in January 2012. Located in Buffalo’s Tri-Main Center and occupying 17,000 square feet, the ICEA is comprised of Daemen’s five academic studios; three editing rooms; a library and video library; and a screening room, [...]Continue Reading →
Daemen College was awarded $530,000 from The John R. Oishei Foundation for the establishment of the Daemen College Physical Therapy Wound Clinic (DCPTWC). The clinic will serve individuals in Western New York who are suffering from chronic wounds. As part of this project, the College also plans to establish a Wound Care Academy to [...]Continue Reading →
Throughout the eighteen months of his life, Paiten J. Meyers-Brogan was embraced by the love of his parents, Amanda Meyers and Michael Brogan, and their extended family and an ever-widening circle of friends. Seven months into Amanda’s pregnancy, she and Michael learned that their baby had hydranencephaly, a rare and ultimately fatal neurological condition. Yet [...]Continue Reading →
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