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- November 16, 2020
By Shantina Addison, Daemen College assistant director of graduate and special programs enrollment Are you considering graduate school, but the thought of juggling school and working full-time makes you feel overwhelmed? I have worked in graduate admissions for a few years now and the common concern that most students express when they inquire about a program is, “how will this…
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- November 12, 2020
Daemen College’s own Diane R. Bessel, PhD LMSW CNM, was recently named 2020’s Social Worker of the Year by the NYS Chapter for the National Association of Social Workers. This prestigious award recognizes the contributions of outstanding individuals making a difference in New York State, who have also demonstrated commitment to social work values in 2020. She will be honored…
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- January 22, 2019
Have you ever heard from a friend or family member that Education is a flooded field? This may have been true a decade or two ago, but due to a rash of retirements, teachers are once again in-demand. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for special education, kindergarten, elementary and high school teachers will grow...
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- January 22, 2019
If you’re investigating colleges, you’ve likely heard the term “Articulation Agreement.” And, there’s a chance that you breezed past it, intrigued by something that sounded more exciting or overwhelmed by the volume of information coming your way. But, stop for a moment and read about articulation agreements, because - depending on what you want to do - they can be...
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- January 14, 2019
Do you want an important, in-demand job that allows you to help stop the spread of cancer and other devastating diseases, but you don’t want to go to medical school? If you love science and the idea of working in a lab appeals to you, then you may want to consider the growing field of Cytotechnology. Cytotechnology is a specialty...
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- January 14, 2019
Athletic Training is a great career option combining athletics and medicine. Athletic trainers can work in a variety of different fields: for collegiate and professional sports teams, in medical offices, at hospitals, and in a variety of industrial settings. If you study Athletic Training, you’ll learn about kinesiology, exercise physiology, prevention and care of athletic injuries, professionalism, ethics and more....
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- November 7, 2018
Many people don’t understand what is meant by an education based in the liberal arts. Liberal arts classes help shape professionals into critical thinkers, empowering them with the confidence and flexibility to face new challenges, learn new skills and creatively problem-solve. And these are critical skills for sustained professional success. In fact, one HSBC business executive at a recent Buffalo...
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- October 18, 2018
You’re a different person after you’ve earned your bachelor’s degree. You’ve matured as an adult and as a learner. And as you embark upon your journey for a graduate degree, you know exactly what you’re looking for out of an education. You’re in control. Daemen College understands your desire to increase your knowledge base and experience and provides every opportunity...
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- October 8, 2018
Many high school seniors have a sense of what they want out of a college, but don’t know where to go from there. Being prepared with questions makes your college visits easier, more beneficial and enjoyable. Understanding the types of questions to ask when touring a college can also help you in the decision-making process. These questions will assist you...
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- October 5, 2018
Many students know they want to make a career out of helping others but don’t know where to begin. Whether it’s nursing, athletic training or veterinary medicine, the road to a degree holds many options. That’s why it’s important to learn about the variety of majors and associated careers. Getting the Process Started So you’re passionate about helping others....