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 →
After having an opportunity this summer to meet and exchange outcomes with Daemen College nursing students and faculty, Jun Li, a master’s level nursing student from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, felt this was just a beginning.
“There should be more such exchanges,” she said. “We need more communication, more sharing of outcomes of treatment […]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 →
Daemen College opened the fall 2011 semester by continuing a cultural exchange between visual arts faculty from Daemen and South China University of Technology, of Guangzhou, China. “Intersecting Currents” opened September 9 on the Daemen campus and represented the second step in the cross-cultural collaboration between Daemen and South China University of Technology. In […]Continue Reading →
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