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 →
Daemen College has named Robert Everett Mills Associate Vice President for Government Relations. Mills was most recently co-founder and partner in The Advocacy Group, a Washington, D.C., lobbying firm. Mills began his position at Daemen January 9, 2012.
A native of Washington, D.C. Mills’ long career has focused on positions in government, as well as […]Continue Reading →
Daemen College has named Cathaleen Curtiss Coordinator of the Daemen Interdisciplinary Minor in Entrepreneurship Program. Curtiss is an award-winning photojournalist, editor and director of photography, with experience in traditional print as well as online media. She holds a B.A. from Central Michigan University.
In her new position, Curtiss will manage the entrepreneurial program, which is […]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 →
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 →
Daemen College is among a group of 33 leading colleges and universities that are committing $65 billion dollars to an innovative energy financing initiative. With the motto “Save Energy, Grow Money,” the Billion Dollar Green Challenge has invited colleges, universities, and other nonprofits to invest a total of one billion in self-managed green revolving […]Continue Reading →
The U.S. Department of Education Title III Strengthening Institutions program has awarded $2 million to the College in support of Daemen’s commitment to student success. The Title III Strengthening Institutions program will help Daemen to expand its capacity to serve low-income students by providing funds to strengthen academic quality, institutional management, and fiscal stability.
“Daemen […]Continue Reading →
Research furthers efforts to support early identification of balance problems in children.
Mary Rose Franjoine, PT, DPT, MS, C/NDT, PCS, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at Daemen College (shown above at right), has been awarded $9,800 from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Section on Pediatrics for a collaborative research project aimed at quickly […]Continue Reading →
Nedra J. Harrison, M.D., a surgeon with more than 30 years of experience and a member of the Rosary Hill College Class of 1973, was named to Phoenix Magazine’s Top Doctors list in 2011. Dr. Harrison practices in Scottsdale, Arizona. She was nominated to the Daemen Board of Trustees in 1993, and served until […]Continue Reading →
The Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) has recognized the Daemen Research & Information Commons (RIC) with its Award of Excellence. The AWI cited RIC architects Perry Dean Rogers, woodworker Conley Caseworks, general contractor GPS/Ciminelli Construction, as well as Daemen College for “project design, Daemen’s support of the design concept, and the faithful execution of the […]Continue Reading →
Hello Alumni, Friends, and Supporters!
I finally have a chance to reflect on my first four months as Director of Athletics now that our fall sports have ended. So much has happened so fast at Daemen; let’s start with the athletic accomplishments of our Fall Sports: 1) Women’s Soccer won the program’s first-ever regular season […]Continue Reading →
When an intercollegiate athletics program is started, it often takes time to experience sustained success. When the program does break through, it can be “oh-so-sweet” and that certainly seems to be the case for the Daemen College women’s soccer team. Added as a varsity sport in 2000, the Wildcats had labored through much of […]Continue Reading →
In conjunction with the Athletic Department’s new partnership with ADPRO Team Sports, a new, primary Daemen Wildcats logo was introduced to the campus community in January along with several secondary logos. The new logo is similar to the previous one with a snarling cat perched atop a new banner, this one highlighting the logo’s […]Continue Reading →
As I write this there is a very strong hint of spring in the air. Even though we really didn’t have a winter this year, it is still exciting to know that the days are getting longer and the temperatures are on their way up. The same can be said for our beloved alma mater, […]Continue Reading →
On September 29th and October 1, 2011 Twenty-nine (29) members of the Rosary Hill College Class of 1961 reunited from around the country to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of their graduation. Friday’s activities included an intimate welcome reception in historic […]Continue Reading →
That path, while sometimes seeming mysterious, is really anything but. In fact, it came about in a very straightforward fashion.
The college began in the minds of Sisters Gonzaga Miller and Antoinette Reinhart of the Sisters of St. Francis during the […]Continue Reading →
Glenn Arthurs and Christopher Malof at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney will present the 28th Annual Daemen College Golf Classic, Monday, June 18, 2012, at Park Country Club of Buffalo, 4949 Sheridan Drive. Registration begins at 11 a.m., and lunch will be served at noon on the terrace; a shotgun tee off […]Continue Reading →
Whether you live in Phoenix, New York City, or Amherst, you now have the Daemen College Career Services resources at your fingertips, through our new nationwide College Central Network.
A collaboration of the Alumni Office and Career Services, this web-based program allows you to post job or internship openings, or search for jobs posted exclusively […]Continue Reading →
Distinguished Alumna Mary Ruth Leberer Haberman ’61
Mary Ruth Leberer Haberman’s life is a model of Franciscan values, formulated by her education at Stella Niagara, Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart, and Rosary Hill College. Pursuing a career as a neurosonologist with her Bachelor of Science degree, she trained at the Buffalo Veterans Medical Center, […]Continue Reading →
The challenge in telling the unique story of Bonnie Johanna Gisel is where to begin. She is an artist, scholar, author, environmentalist and educator. She works among the majestic, natural beauty of Yosemite National Park in California as curator of the Sierra Club’s LeConte Memorial Lodge. She has earned a Ph.D., Master of Divinity, and […]Continue Reading →
Kathleen A.P. McCarthy, ’60, Social Sciences, was awarded the Christus Super Omnia Award from the Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart for 2011.
Pamela R. (Ryan) Jacobs-Vogt, ’62, English & ’84, Honorary Degree – Doctor of Humane Letters, and her husband, Peter Vogt, received the St. Vincent de Paul Award at the Niagara […]Continue Reading →
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