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Monday, September 26, 2016

Preliminary Intersemester Course Schedule »

available on the web for faculty review and final changes by Department Chairs.

Kevin Kegler: Recent Works Exhibition »

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Visual & Performing Arts Center Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Gallery: Professor Kevin Kegler teaches in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Daemen College. His course work has focused on graphic design and visual communication and he has also taught courses in London, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. He cofounded the faculty/student design group, Design Garage in 2012. Kegler has presented at many national conferences including: Association for Sustainability in Higher Education Annual Conference (AASHE), Association of Science and Technology Centers Annual Conference, Natural Building Colloquium, the Western New York Roundtable on Sustainability, and the Consortium of Innovative Environments in Learning (CIEL). Professor Kegler was a founding partner and principal designer at First Hand Learning, Inc., an organization focused on teaching science through object-based interdisciplinary programs. He was the principal investigator on an educational development grant through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Kegler was awarded the Alex Osborn Award for Creativity through the Art Directors Club of Buffalo in 2011. This award recognizes individuals who have left an indelible mark on the Western New York creative community. Professor Kegler has been an active studio artist exhibiting paintings, prints, and sculpture internationally and throughout Western New York. Earlier in 2016 his sculpture was shown at the Highline Lofts in New York, New York. Over the past several years, in addition to several regional shows, he has had a solo exhibit in Berlin through the multi-disciplinary venue Zuhause, and was shown at echo Buffalo and “Zukunftsvisionen 13” in Gorlitz, Germany. In 2012, his collective creative work with his brothers was featured in the German magazine Slanted #19, Super Families, veranstaltet ein grosses Familienfest.

Blood Drive sign up (lunch time and dinner time table) »

11:30 am-6:30 pm

Wick Center Wick Lobby

CRU Meeting »

8:00-9:30 pm

Rosary Hall RH Reception Area: Do you have questions about God or the Bible? Do you desire to make new friends and have fun? Come be a part of our community! For more information visit crubuffalo.com

Debate Viewinbg »

9:00-10:30 pm

Wick Center Alumni Lounge

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Kevin Kegler: Recent Works Exhibition »

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Visual & Performing Arts Center Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Gallery: Professor Kevin Kegler teaches in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Daemen College. His course work has focused on graphic design and visual communication and he has also taught courses in London, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. He cofounded the faculty/student design group, Design Garage in 2012. Kegler has presented at many national conferences including: Association for Sustainability in Higher Education Annual Conference (AASHE), Association of Science and Technology Centers Annual Conference, Natural Building Colloquium, the Western New York Roundtable on Sustainability, and the Consortium of Innovative Environments in Learning (CIEL). Professor Kegler was a founding partner and principal designer at First Hand Learning, Inc., an organization focused on teaching science through object-based interdisciplinary programs. He was the principal investigator on an educational development grant through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Kegler was awarded the Alex Osborn Award for Creativity through the Art Directors Club of Buffalo in 2011. This award recognizes individuals who have left an indelible mark on the Western New York creative community. Professor Kegler has been an active studio artist exhibiting paintings, prints, and sculpture internationally and throughout Western New York. Earlier in 2016 his sculpture was shown at the Highline Lofts in New York, New York. Over the past several years, in addition to several regional shows, he has had a solo exhibit in Berlin through the multi-disciplinary venue Zuhause, and was shown at echo Buffalo and “Zukunftsvisionen 13” in Gorlitz, Germany. In 2012, his collective creative work with his brothers was featured in the German magazine Slanted #19, Super Families, veranstaltet ein grosses Familienfest.

Campus Blood Drive »

11:00 am-6:00 pm

Wick Center Wick Social Room

Student Association Meeting »

11:30 am-12:00 pm

Wick Center Wick 113, 114, 115

Blood Drive sign up (lunch time and dinner time table) »

11:30 am-6:30 pm

Wick Center Wick Lobby

Delta Phi Mu meetings »

8:00-10:00 pm

Wick Center Penthouse Conference Room/W214

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Flu Shot Clinic »

8:30 am-2:30 pm

Wick Center Oddy Lounge

Kevin Kegler: Recent Works Exhibition »

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Visual & Performing Arts Center Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Gallery: Professor Kevin Kegler teaches in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Daemen College. His course work has focused on graphic design and visual communication and he has also taught courses in London, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. He cofounded the faculty/student design group, Design Garage in 2012. Kegler has presented at many national conferences including: Association for Sustainability in Higher Education Annual Conference (AASHE), Association of Science and Technology Centers Annual Conference, Natural Building Colloquium, the Western New York Roundtable on Sustainability, and the Consortium of Innovative Environments in Learning (CIEL). Professor Kegler was a founding partner and principal designer at First Hand Learning, Inc., an organization focused on teaching science through object-based interdisciplinary programs. He was the principal investigator on an educational development grant through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Kegler was awarded the Alex Osborn Award for Creativity through the Art Directors Club of Buffalo in 2011. This award recognizes individuals who have left an indelible mark on the Western New York creative community. Professor Kegler has been an active studio artist exhibiting paintings, prints, and sculpture internationally and throughout Western New York. Earlier in 2016 his sculpture was shown at the Highline Lofts in New York, New York. Over the past several years, in addition to several regional shows, he has had a solo exhibit in Berlin through the multi-disciplinary venue Zuhause, and was shown at echo Buffalo and “Zukunftsvisionen 13” in Gorlitz, Germany. In 2012, his collective creative work with his brothers was featured in the German magazine Slanted #19, Super Families, veranstaltet ein grosses Familienfest.

Recruiting »

11:00 am-1:00 pm

Wick Center Wick Lobby

Recruiters on Campus »

11:30 am-1:00 pm

Wick Lobby: Meet a representative from SouthBay Community Services looking to recruit various positions.No registration needed. Bring your resume!

Amherst Rotary »

5:30-8:00 pm

Research and Information Commons RIC 213 Daemen Associates Experimental Classroom

Gypsy »

7:00-9:00 pm

MusicalFare Theatre Theater

Entrepreneurship Lecture Series: "Dream, Girl" »

7:00-9:30 pm

Wick Social Room: Filmmaker and Buffalo native Erin Bagwell will discuss her powerful documentary “Dream, Girl,” which showcases the stories of inspiring female entrepreneurs, at a special film screening scheduled for 7 p.m. A Q/ A with Erin will immediately follow the screening. The event is Wednesday Sept. 28 in Daemen College’s Wick Campus Center Social Room.The event will open the college’s 2016-17 Nancy Haberman Gacioch Entrepreneurship Lecture Series.Daemen will also honor Nancy Haberman Gacioch in recognition of her support and contributions to the success of the college’s Entrepreneurship Program and the lecture series. Daemen’s film screening event is free and open to the public. It is being co-sponsored by the college’s Entrepreneurship Program and the Office of Academic Affairs in partnership with the Women’s Studies Program and the American Association of University Women student organization.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Kevin Kegler: Recent Works Exhibition »

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Visual & Performing Arts Center Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Gallery: Professor Kevin Kegler teaches in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Daemen College. His course work has focused on graphic design and visual communication and he has also taught courses in London, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. He cofounded the faculty/student design group, Design Garage in 2012. Kegler has presented at many national conferences including: Association for Sustainability in Higher Education Annual Conference (AASHE), Association of Science and Technology Centers Annual Conference, Natural Building Colloquium, the Western New York Roundtable on Sustainability, and the Consortium of Innovative Environments in Learning (CIEL). Professor Kegler was a founding partner and principal designer at First Hand Learning, Inc., an organization focused on teaching science through object-based interdisciplinary programs. He was the principal investigator on an educational development grant through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Kegler was awarded the Alex Osborn Award for Creativity through the Art Directors Club of Buffalo in 2011. This award recognizes individuals who have left an indelible mark on the Western New York creative community. Professor Kegler has been an active studio artist exhibiting paintings, prints, and sculpture internationally and throughout Western New York. Earlier in 2016 his sculpture was shown at the Highline Lofts in New York, New York. Over the past several years, in addition to several regional shows, he has had a solo exhibit in Berlin through the multi-disciplinary venue Zuhause, and was shown at echo Buffalo and “Zukunftsvisionen 13” in Gorlitz, Germany. In 2012, his collective creative work with his brothers was featured in the German magazine Slanted #19, Super Families, veranstaltet ein grosses Familienfest.

Natural Science Welcome Reception and Luncheon »

11:30 am-1:00 pm

MusicalFare Theatre Premier Center Cabaret

Gypsy »

7:00-9:00 pm

MusicalFare Theatre Theater

Theatrical Performance: ONE NIGHT »

7:00-8:00 pm

Wick Center Wick Social Room

 

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