Daemen College Academic Festival
A Celebration of Academic Achievement,
April 29, 2020.
Daemen College to showcase the academic and creative achievements of students in a special virtual Academic Festival available beginning April 29. The 19th annual festival has been moved to an online format for the health and safety of the campus community in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Daemen College Core is an innovative competency-based curriculum. Every course approved for core credit includes at least three competencies, including at least one primary competency. Course syllabi state the learning objectives that relate to the competencies and the assessment techniques that will be used to determine mastery.
Michael Brogan - Senior Vice President, Academic Affairs
Jill Robins - Director of Stewardship
Diana Alvarado - Printing Shop
Sabrina Fennell - Academic Support Services
Ann Kelly - Classroom Technology Services
Amanda Gross - Office of the President
Heather Maclin - Student Activities
Hella Jacob - Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Kara Kane - Conference Services
Susan Marchione - New Programs/Initiatives, Institutional Effectiveness & Systems Integration
Michael Morgan - Publications
Yolanda Morris - Enrollment Management
Doris Murphy - Academic Affairs
Ryan Richardson - Daemen Dining Services
Joyce Strobel - Publications
Danielle Vallone - Conference Services
Tom Wojciechowski - Web Communications
Brenda Young - Global/Local Sustainability, Natural Sciences
John Zaepfel - Web Development
Faculty Proposal Reviewers
Brenda Young, Coordinator; Rebecca Begalle, Diane Bessel, Mark Brown, Erin Carman, Susan Dunkle, Greg Ford, Kevin Kegler, Casey Kelly, Vicki Madaus Knapp, Shannon Lupien, Stephanie Malinenko, Lynn Matthews, Margaret Mazzone, Caitlyn Montross, Michael Policella, Michael Ross, Jennifer Scheid, Robert Selkowicz, Sally Ann Smesko, Mary Stiles, Mark Warren, Sarah Whorley, and Andrew Wilton.