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Daemen Launches New Certificate in Executive Leadership

Daemen Launches New Certificate in Executive Leadership

AMHERST, N.Y. – Daemen College will launch in January a new advanced certificate program in executive leadership and change (ELC), which is designed to prepare working professionals for leadership positions in business, health professions, higher education, and nonprofit organizations.

“This new advanced certificate program will offer students a great opportunity to develop essential leadership skills and build competencies in areas that will be beneficial to career advancement,” said Dr. John S. Frederick, executive director of the Daemen Center for Executive Leadership and Change. “With this advanced training, students will be better positioned to take on leadership roles and be more marketable in the workplace.”

Professor/Former Punk Rocker Pens ‘The Nihilist’ From No Frills Buffalo

Professor/Former Punk Rocker Pens ‘The Nihilist’ From No Frills Buffalo

 

“The Nihilist,” a philosophical novel by John Marmysz, is the latest release from publishing company No Frills Buffalo. 

Executive Rental Now Available in Hamburg

Executive Rental Now Available in Hamburg

 

A beautiful and fully furnished long- or short-term executive rental is now available in Hamburg! Conveniently located, this newly remodeled apartment offers two bedrooms, one bath, and sits on safe and quiet road.

Perfect for anyone relocating to the Buffalo area or a current Western New York resident looking for move-in ready, this apartment features basic cable, wifi, off-street parking, a large yard, new Lennox furnace (for lower heating bills), portable AC unit, 32-inch flatscreen TV, stylish furniture, kitchenware and much more. Smoking and pets are not permitted.

M.E.D.X Introduces Highly Secure Patient Health Information Communications System

M.E.D.X Introduces Highly Secure Patient Health Information Communications System

 

Western New York-based Mobile Encrypted Data Xchange (M.E.D.X) recently launched a HIPAA-compliant mobile app serving the healthcare industry. The product utilizes the latest advances in technical securities, encryption and device safeguards to ensure the highest levels of security while enhancing clinical decision-making and workflows within the healthcare system. 

The Olear Team Plans Senior Seminar on Important Real Estate Topics

The Olear Team Plans Senior Seminar on Important Real Estate Topics

 

“Organizing and staging your home” is the topic of a senior seminar to be offered at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, by The Olear Team Inc. The event will take place in the MJ Peterson Real Estate offices located at 1244 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst.

“We offer downsizing seminars on a regular basis for the public, and we also have a special downsizing program specifically for caregivers,” said Michael Olear, lead broker with The Olear Team. “Our seminars can be catered to a variety of groups such as seniors, nonprofit organizations, women business owners or the general public.”

From Engineer to Entrepreneur ...

From Engineer to Entrepreneur ...

 

By Lauren Kirchmyer

Quitting a steady job to become an entrepreneur is a scary change filled with uncertainty. The move comes with a lot of hope and hard work, but according to local entrepreneur Adam Kern, the change can be a rewarding one.

The Orchard Park native graduated from the University at Buffalo and worked as an engineer when he started designing his own T-shirts through a company he named My Buffalo Shirt.

Dog Ears Bookstore, Erie County Youth Bureau Team Up for Successful Camps

Dog Ears Bookstore, Erie County Youth Bureau Team Up for Successful Camps

 

Dog Ears Bookstore recently finished three weeks of reading and writing summer camps sponsored by the Erie County Youth Bureau. The camps were run by New York State-certified teachers and featured reading and writing activities, games and much more, all of which aligned with Common Core and New York State Standards in education. 

Each morning the children gathered at the bookstore to discuss the day’s activity which was followed by a related writing piece. At the end of the week, each participant had five publishable pieces of work in their portfolio. This is the first year Erie County has sponsored the camps that keep children engaged in learning throughout the summer months, ensuring a smooth transition to the next school year.