At D'Youville, students collaborate with faculty on research projects as part of their academic program requirements.
At D'Youville College research is a part of what we do everyday.
Faculty, undergraduate and graduate students are involved in research at every level - it means dynamic activity in the field allowing students and faculty to continually learn and contribute to their fields. Research is essential to bringing new ideas and applications into a field of study or practice.
As a student you will have:
- Opportunities to conduct research alongside faculty
- Present results at regional, national and international conferences
- Participate in clinical settings testing new theories and practices
- Learn the techniques for collecting, analyzing and interpreting data for meaningful applications
Research at DYC is often funded by external sources, such as the National Institute for Health (NIH) or a foundation that supports investigations into the researcher's field. These sources give faculty and students the ability to continue to explore, and stay at the cutting edge of their fields.
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At D'Youville College all research by faculty or students involving human subjects (funded or not funded) must be reviewed and approved by the college's Institutional Review Board before being carried out.