Increased enrollment, greater diversity, innovative new programs, and development of a global focus were but some of the progressive changes that took place over the tenure of former Daemen College president and longtime educator Dr. Edwin Clausen.
Assuming Daemen’s presidency in 2011, Dr. Clausen left the position earlier this year to pursue other opportunities in [...]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 →
The front profile of the campus, dramatically changed by the Research & Information Commons, will soon receive a second highly-anticipated new addition: The Daemen College Visual & Performing Arts Center. Construction on the center, which will bring the arts together in one campus location, has continued through the academic year. A grand opening is [...]Continue Reading →
“The Center will bring the students and faculty of the Department for the Visual and Performing Arts together in one campus location,” said Daemen [...]Continue Reading →
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