As the academic year at Daemen College comes to a close, we are celebrating new levels of excellence, and our national prominence continues to grow. In many ways, Daemen is a strong, vibrant institution with an enduring sense of promise and purpose. The collective pride we share in our college is built on a steadfast […]Continue Reading →
With the fall semester now well underway, Daemen College is looking forward to the promise of another exciting year ahead. We’ve welcomed our newest students into Daemen’s dynamic college community as they join our many talented returning students who are continuing their studies at our exceptional institution.
We entered the new academic year with tremendous […]Continue Reading →
A new Daemen College Presidential Medal of Honor has been instituted at the college to recognize individuals who serve as a strong, positive role model for students and alumni.
The medal honors individuals who have made a significant effort to improve the quality of life in Western New York, have made contributions toward the growth […]Continue Reading →
Remembering Dr. Robert S. Marshall, third president of Daemen College
Dr. Marshall, the third president of Daemen, who served from 1974 to 1996, passed away after a long illness last September in Pittsford, N.Y. He was 79-years-old. As the college remembers Dr. Marshall in this issue of Daemen Today, it also recognizes the former president’s […]Continue Reading →
The Inauguration took place in Wick Center, before members of the Daemen community, family members, business and government leaders, and members of the […]Continue Reading →
In February, the College welcomed its new president, Gary A. Olson, Ph.D. a nationally-known scholar, writer, and educator who was drawn to the leadership position by Daemen’s forward-looking curriculum.
“I saw a great fit at Daemen College with its modern academic programs, committed faculty, and personalized approach to teaching,” Dr. Olson explains. “My goal is […]Continue Reading →
The beginning of the fall, 2011 semester not only brought new and returning students back to the Daemen campus, it also marked the start of the first semester under a new President. Dr. Edwin Clausen, the fifth President of Daemen College, accepted the Presidential Chain of Office midway through Inaugural ceremonies on September 8 in […]Continue Reading →
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