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2018-02-08 / Education

Daemen to open new Graduate Studies Technology Center

Daemen College’s newly established Graduate Studies Technology Center, a part of a major initiative to advance the college’s technology infrastructure for its growing graduate programs, officially opened its doors on Feb. 1.

“Thanks to the vision and support of Senator Ranzenhofer, we have made major academic technology investments that will further enhance our world class graduate degree programs,” said Daemen President Gary Olson. “The Graduate Studies Technology Center and other facility improvements supported by the grant will further bolster the educational environment for our students pursuing graduate studies and research.”

Final work funded by the state grant was completed in January. In addition to the Graduate Studies Technology Center, the award has been used to renovate and upgrade a graduate distance learning lab/classroom used extensively by Daemen’s graduate nursing program and other graduate program faculty and students.

“This grant made possible by Senator Ranzenhofer has resulted in major technology improvements that will provide a new set of tools for our outstanding graduate degree programs,” said Dr. Michael Brogan, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college. “Our graduate students in several academic disciplines will directly benefit from this major investment, both now and for years to come.”

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