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Daemen to Celebrate Rosary Hall’s Historic Landmark Designation

Daemen to Celebrate Rosary Hall’s Historic Landmark Designation

Daemen College’s Rosary Hall, recognized for its Italian Renaissance Revival architecture and designed by one of most prominent Buffalo architects of the early 20th century, will be officially designated a historic landmark at 3 p.m. July 1.

The college will host a celebration in Rosary Hall in honor of this distinguished designation by the Amherst Historic Preservation Commission. Daemen President Gary A. Olson, Amherst Deputy Supervisor Guy Marlette, commission representatives, and members of the college community are expected to be in attendance.

“We are honored to have Rosary Hall receive historic landmark status in Amherst, which has been home to the Daemen campus since it was founded,” said Olson. “This beautiful building stands as a visible representation of Daemen’s past and for it to receive such as significant designation is a testament to its preservation as part of the rich history of the college and town.”

Saudi Students Explore Global Health Issues in Daemen Program

Saudi Students Explore Global Health Issues in Daemen Program

A group of Saudi Arabian medical students are gaining a better understanding of global health issues and the U.S. health care field while also experiencing American culture through a three-week Summer Enrichment Program being held at Daemen College.

The third annual residential program, which is offered as part of a Daemen-Jazan University international education agreement, has brought 10 Saudi Arabian students to the Daemen campus to take part in this unique learning experience that started on June 9.

“This program is a tremendous opportunity for the students to learn about the U.S. health care system from a variety of highly skilled and experienced practitioners,” said Dr. Patricia Brown, vice president for enrollment management. “It also exposes them to a different culture and new experiences at Daemen and in our Western New York region.”

Daemen Student is First-Ever Intern in Village Mayor’s Office

Daemen Student is First-Ever Intern in Village Mayor’s Office

Daemen College student Amy Grimes is gaining valuable experience this summer as the first-ever intern in the Village of Williamsville Mayor’s Office, a role that’s giving her the opportunity to assist with a historic preservation project and a major community development initiative.

“We are extremely pleased to have Amy on board and to be a part of enhancing her educational experience and professional development by engaging her in the work of village government,” said Williamsville Mayor Brian Kulpa. “In the few weeks she’s been with us, her contributions to our office have already had a positive impact.”

Daemen to Host National Conference on Student Affairs for First Time

Daemen to Host National Conference on Student Affairs for First Time

As higher education faces many changes and challenges, student affairs leaders from colleges and universities from across the United States will discuss the latest issues and effective programs at a conference being hosted June 21-24 on the Daemen College campus. It is the first time the national conference will be hosted by Daemen.

The three-day residential program, “2014 Small Colleges and Universities Institute,” is being offered by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Small Colleges and Universities Division. It’s geared to chief student affairs officers and other senior-level leaders from small colleges and universities with enrollments of fewer than 5,000 students.

New Daemen Partnership Opens Doors for Colombian Students

New Daemen Partnership Opens Doors for Colombian Students

Graduate-level students in Colombia will have the unique opportunity to earn a master’s degree in global business from both Daemen College and Ceipa University in Sabaneta through a new academic partnership between the two institutions.

A Memorandum of Agreement for this international collaboration, which is the first of its kind Daemen has established with a Colombian university, was formally signed June 5 by Dr. Michael Brogan, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, who represented Daemen President Gary A. Olson, and Diego Mauricio Mazo Cuervo, dean of Ceipa University.

Refugees to Share Personal Journeys at Daemen Celebration

Refugees to Share Personal Journeys at Daemen Celebration

Refugees who have resettled in Buffalo after fleeing violence, war and persecution in their native countries will share their inspiring stories at a World Refugee Day event scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. June 17 in the Daemen College Wick Campus Center’s Alumni Lounge.

The event, “One Family Torn Apart by War is Too Many,” will include refugee speakers from Somalia, Burma and Iraq who will talk about their experiences of overcoming tremendous hardship to rebuild their lives in Western New York.

Mary Queen of Angels Teacher Earns Media and Technology Certification

Mary Queen of Angels Teacher Earns Media and Technology Certification

 

Lisa Nau, media arts and technology teacher at Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School in Cheektowaga, was recently named a “Common Sense Media Certified Educator” by Common Sense Media, an organization “dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.”