Bogulski, Jennifer, PT, DPT, OCS

Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy
  • 2019 Robert S. Salant Research Award for the poster "The Immediate Effect of WBV on Individuals with Hamstring Injury,” presented with L. Favaro at the New York Physical Therapy Association (NYPTA) State Conference, October 2019, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Brogan, Michael, DPT, PhD

Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Physical Therapy
  • Odd Fellow & Rebekah Benefit Fund grant award for robot-assisted gait training equipment for the Institute for Mobility Innovation & Technology (IMIT), August 2019.
  • Mother Cabrini Health Foundation grant award for IMIT furnishings, advanced robotic devices, and assistive technology, December 2019. 
  • Empire State Development grant award for IMIT robot-assisted gait training equipment, December 2019. 

Edsberg, Laura, PhD

Professor of Natural Science
  • Odd Fellow & Rebekah Benefit Fund grant award for robot-assisted gait training equipment for the Institute for Mobility Innovation & Technology (IMIT), August 2019.
  • Mother Cabrini Health Foundation grant award for IMIT furnishings, advanced robotic devices, and assistive technology, December 2019. 
  • Empire State Development grant award for IMIT robot-assisted gait training equipment, December 2019. 

Favaro, Laura, PT, DPT

Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy
  • 2019 Robert S. Salant Research Award for the poster "The Immediate Effect of WBV on Individuals with Hamstring Injury,” presented with J. Bogulski at the New York Physical Therapy Association (NYPTA) State Conference, October 2019, Saratoga Springs, NY. 

Held, Sharon, PT, DPT, C/NDT, PCS

Associate Professor of Physical Therapy
  • Best Poster in Clinical Research, chosen by the Balance & Falls Special Interest Group of the Academy of Neurology, for "Backwards Gait Assessment Correlates with Postural Stability in Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease" with L. Inglis & M. Linde, Combined Sections Meeting (APTA), February 2020, Denver, CO. 

Inglis, Lisa, PT, DPT, NCS

Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy
  • Best Poster in Clinical Research, chosen by the Balance & Falls Special Interest Group of the Academy of Neurology, for "Backwards Gait Assessment Correlates with Postural Stability in Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease" with S. Held & M. Linde, Combined Sections Meeting (APTA), February 2020, Denver, CO.

Kegler, Kevin, MAH

Professor and Program Director for Graphic Design/Sculpture
  • Sylvia L. Rosen Endowment Purchase Award, 2019 for “Untethered,” 2019, on view in Art in Craft Media 2019, now part of the Burchfield Penney Art Center collection.
  • Honorable Mention for “Step Ahead,” 2017, at Small Works 2019, an annual national juried exhibition of artwork 12 inches or smaller, December 2019, Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, NY.
  • Solo Exhibit,"Grace & Carbon: A Collection of Recent Paintings by Kevin Kegler," March 6–April 17, 2020. The Nolanda Gallery, Naropa University, Boulder, CO. 

Napolitano, Deborah, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA

Assistant Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Award for Excellence in Legislative Leadership, New York State Association for Behavior Analysis (NYSABA), November 2019.

Parshall, Lisa, PhD

Professor of History & Political Science
  • Public Policy Fellow, Rockefeller Institute of Government, 2019–2020 renewed fellowship, Albany NY.
  • Daemen Faculty Development Summer Research Award to complete a book manuscript (Directing the Whirlwind: The Trump Presidency and the Deconstruction of the Administrative State, Peter Lang, October 2020), June 2020.

Peltz, Jack, PhD,

Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences
  • 2019 Reuben Hill Award for the best research article of the prior year, National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), for “Transactions Within the Family: Coparenting Mediates Associations Between Parents’ Relationship Satisfaction and the Parent–child Relationship,” co-authored with R. Rogge and M. Sturge-Apple and published in Journal of Family Psychology. Presented November 2019.

Sankoh, Joseph Sahr, PhD, MAIS, MA

Associate Professor of History & Political Science
  • Distinguished US Fulbright Scholar Award to Catholic University of Rwanda, 2020–21.

Scheid, Jennifer L., PhD, CSCS

Assistant Professor, of Physical Therapy and Health Promotion
  • IJERPH 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award in appreciation of the high number, timeliness, and quality of her reviews in 2019, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, March 2020.

Selkowitz, Robert, PhD

Assistant Professor of Physics
  • Daemen Faculty Development Summer Research Award to create general physics case studies that will improve topical understanding of physical principles as applied in health and life science disciplines, June 2020.

Shanahan, Dan, MA

Assistant Professor and Director for Entrepreneurial Studies
  • University at Buffalo Creative Arts Initiative residency grant to host Kenneth Collins, , the Artistic Director of New York City’s Temporary Distortion, for the first performance in a new site-based series of works by Torn Space entitled NEIGHBORHOOD, March 2019. 
  • New York State Council on the Arts grant award for NEIGHBORHOOD, a community-wide creative placemaking initiative and site-based performance project, funding provided through the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) Initiatives 2019–2020 Consolidated Funding Application, December 2019. 

Stiles, Meri, PhD, LMSW

Associate Professor of Social Work
  • Artists Week Residency 2020 at the Vermont Studio Center, a competitive award through a juried process and funded by the Oakland Foundation, the Art Resource Association, and Vermont Community Foundation Arts Endowment Fund, February 2020. Postponed due to COVID-19.

Watts, Laura, PhD

Associate Professor of Art History
  • Council of Independent College’s Art History Faculty Development grant award (supported by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation), January 2020.

Wendland, Jay, PhD

Associate Professor of Political Science
  • Visiting Professor, University of Warsaw, American Studies Center, Warsaw (Poland), May–June 2020. Fully remote due to COVID-19.