Meet the Staff!

Danielle Weaver, Director of Residence Life

Hailing from Jamestown, NY Danielle recently began her tenure at Daemen in November of 2014. Danielle returns to Buffalo after serving as an Area Coordinator and then Assistant Director of Residence Life at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland. Most recently she served as the Associate Director of Residence Life at Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia.  Danielle earned her B.A. from St. Lawrence University and Masters of Science in Higher Education Administration from Buffalo State College.

In her role, Danielle oversees  all of Daemen’s housing operations and residential programs.

Danielle is a member of the American College Personnel Association, the St. Lawrence University Alumni Council and St. Lawrence University Young Alumni Committee.

Resident Assistants

Resident Assistants (RAs) are responsible for establishing a comfortable rapport with each student in the hall or on the floor. This includes being aware of the personal and academic needs of each individual student. Through programming and community development, the RAs promote an atmosphere conducive to studying and personal growth. In addition the RAs are a main resource for students at Daemen. As a resource, RAs assist both residents and parents in acclimating to Daemen's campus, answer questions on a wide variety of topics, and refer students to other departments as needed. To learn more about our RAs, please click the specific location for mini bios.

 

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Wow! Did you know Daemen students travel to help people in need!

Health Care Studies Professor Justine Tutuska, accompanied by her students, traveled to the Dominican Republic to work on Public Health Issues and school building.

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Student Profiles

Eric - History & Government

Eric - History and Government

History and Government

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"I am currently working at the Smithsonian Museum of American History working on a photographic collection and learning more about D.C.'s past.”