Excitement and joy filled the air at Daemen College’s 65th annual commencement to celebrate the Class of 2016 at undergraduate and graduate ceremonies held May 21 in Kleinhans Music Hall. More than 1,025 degrees were conferred this year, including Daemen’s first graduates in the master of public health, master of social work, and master’s […]Continue Reading →
Excitement reigned on a brilliant spring day as nearly 910 undergraduates and graduates in the Daemen College Class of 2014 began the next journey of their lives and were cheered on by exuberant family and friends at the college’s 63rd commencement ceremony held May 17.
With a capacity crowd filling Kleinhans Music Hall to […]Continue Reading →
President Olson reminded members of the graduating class that perhaps the most important ability acquired in their college years is the ability to think critically and analytically about the world in which they live.
Olson spoke at the College’s commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 18, in Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo.
Olson, who holds […]Continue Reading →
With those words, Nancy Haberman Gacioch ’62, who studied economics and social studies at the former Rosary Hill College, now Daemen College, advised Daemen 2012 graduates to be true to themselves. A philanthropist and strong supporter of many Buffalo and Western New York […]Continue Reading →
Daemen Awards 798 degrees to graduates in all Daemen programs
Well over 300 graduates walked across the stage to receive their degrees from Daemen College during the 2011 Commencement ceremonies, held Saturday, May 21, in Kleinhans Music Hall, in Buffalo.
A total of nearly 800 graduates earned degrees from the College at the end of […]Continue Reading →
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