Joe Askar, MD, a physician and clinical preceptor for D'Youville College Physician Assistant (PA) Department, has been awarded the 2011 Preceptor of the Year Award.Read More
PT Professor Awarded Grant to Study Dairy Consumption06-14-2013 -Read the story
The US Dairy Research Institute awarded Brian Wrotniak, PT, PhD a $60,525 research grant to assess the impact of dairy consumption on weight change in youth.
Campus Community and Neighbors Invited to View Parking Lot Proposal06-13-2013 -Read the story
The parking lot will be located at the site of the former St. Mary's Church at the corner of Niagara and Vermont streets.
Free Screenings & Assessments Provided by School of Pharmacy06-07-2013 -Read the story
Free blood pressure screenings, body mass index readings and body fat percentage assessments were provided to the public at the Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market on Saturday, June 1.
New Trustees Named to D'Youville Board06-06-2013 -Read the story
Named to the Board of Trustees were Jodene Lynn Cunningham, Dr. Gil Michael Farkash, and Barbara Rene Rhee. The three-year appointments are effective immediately.
DYC Nursing School offers new online RN-to-BSN degree program06-06-2013 -Read the story
The new RN-to-BSN degree program educates New York State licensed RNs seeking a bachelor's degree. One hundred percent of the courses offered will be available online.
Chair of MNS Delivers Commencement Address at Hope Medical06-05-2013 -Read the story
Dr. Marion Olivieri was one of two speakers at the Hope Medical Institute graduation ceremony on June 1. The other speaker was U.S. Congresswoman Virginia Foxx of North Carolina.
Buffalo News interviews DYC Dean about diabetes, obesity05-28-2013 -Read the story
On why diabetes and obesity rates are growing across all demographics, "we need a culture change that more is not necessarily better in every aspect of life and that's especially true of eating," he said.
DYC Athletes Honored for Service to Community05-28-2013 -Read the story
Spartan softball and women's basketball teams were honored for their charitable contributions by the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference President's Council.
Recent DYC Graduate Elected to Ken-Ton School Board05-23-2013 -Read the story
Todd Potter, Jr., who majored in history and pre-law, has been elected to the Ken-Ton Union Free School District Board finishing first in a four-way race in the election this month.
Commencement Speaker: Develop your talents and lead a life of service05-20-2013 -Read the story
Dr. M. Eileen Schmitt, M.D., a member of the D'Youville Class of 1968 and the commencement speaker, addressed the graduating class of 2013.
- Mass (6/19/2013)Wednesday, June 19 11:30 AM
- Mass (6/20/2013)Thursday, June 20 11:30 AM
- Summer Session B Ends (6/23/2013)Sunday, June 23 All Day
- Summer Session F Begins (6/24/2013)Monday, June 24 All Day
- Mass (6/24/2013)Monday, June 24 11:30 AM
- Mass (6/25/2013)Tuesday, June 25 11:30 AM
- Mass (6/26/2013)Wednesday, June 26 11:30 AM
- Transfer Orientation (6/26/2013)Wednesday, June 26 3:00 PM
- MBA Information Session (6/26/2013)Wednesday, June 26 5:30 PM
- Mass (6/27/2013)Thursday, June 27 11:30 AM
- Undergraduate Admissions PA Information Session (6/27/2013)Thursday, June 27 5:00 PM
- New Student Orientation 1 (6/30/2013)Sunday, June 30 All Day
- New Student Orientation 1 (7/1/2013)Monday, July 1 All Day
- Mass (7/1/2013)Monday, July 1 11:30 AM
- New Student Orientation 1 (7/2/2013)Tuesday, July 2 All Day
- Transfer Orientation (7/2/2013)Tuesday, July 2 9:00 AM
- Mass (7/2/2013)Tuesday, July 2 11:30 AM
- Mass (7/3/2013)Wednesday, July 3 11:30 AM
- College Closed (7/4/2013)Thursday, July 4 All Day
- Summer Session D Ends (7/7/2013)Sunday, July 7 All Day
- Clinical Preceptor Honored Graduating physician assistant students vote for top preceptor
- Laps for Limbs DYC student creates running event to raise funds for amputees.
Physical therapy student conceives and organizes running event that raises $4600 for amputees.Read More
- Rx for an award: Waterloo grad helps D'Youville win top pharmacy honor
If people were looking down on D'Youville College's fledgling School of Pharmacy, they probably aren't anymore.The school, in only its second year at the Buffalo college, took home a top honor earlier this month for its Generation Rx presentation.Read More
- D'Youville Nursing Student Wins Trip to Ireland Will Scatter Father's Ashes on the Emerald Isle
A sophomore nursing student at D'Youville College won a trip to Ireland for her and her mom on the Ellen DeGeneres Show aired on Friday, March 16, just in time for St. Patrick's Day.Read More
- 53rd Annual Honors Convocation Recognition of outstanding academic performance & service by our students.
53rd Annual Honors Convocation ceremony was held by D'Youville College on March 7th to recognize outstanding academic performance and service by students.Read More
Ethnic Eats Near Campus for the Buffalo Foodie: Cantina LocoPosted by Erin on May 01, 2013
I have to admit – being close to an international border isn’t the only reason why I love the location of D’Youville College… it is also only a few blocks away from some of the best eats in Buffalo. If … Continue reading
Attend D’Youville College! Reasons Why You Should or Shouldn’tPosted by Joey on April 24, 2013
In these final weeks leading up to my graduation from D’Youville, I’ve found myself reminiscing almost constantly on my four years here and also wondering what made me decide to attend. And this all led me to thinking of reasons … Continue reading
British Modernism–THE Course to Register for this FallPosted by Joey on April 24, 2013
Registration time, ugh. It’s tough, I’ll give you that. Picking classes, advisement, dealing with the onslaught of all of D’Youville logging on at midnight. I’ll say it again. It’s tough. But here’s something to maybe make it a little easier: … Continue reading
Fall Sports at D’Youville College: Get Active and Make Friends!Posted by Candice on April 17, 2013
THIS IS SPARTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! For many student athletes at D’Youville this phrase from the movie 300 serves as a rally cry. D’Youville offers 14 intercollegiate NCAA Division III level sports as well as club hockey (which is highly competitive). For freshman or transfer … Continue reading
Memory Techniques for the Forgetful College StudentPosted by Erin on April 15, 2013
If you ask me, I usually say I have a pretty good memory. I can spend only two days studying and when I sit down to write an exam I can remember exactly where in my notes the information can … Continue reading
DTC 210 Food & Culture: For the Food Loving StudentPosted by Candice on April 08, 2013
Food and Culture (DTC 210) is one of my favorite classes at D’Youville. Not only is my professor Megan Whelan an awesome teacher, but I absolutely loving making and especially sampling the various foods. It is always a new experience. … Continue reading
Things to Do in Ontario, Canada: Niagara EditionPosted by Erin on April 08, 2013
Whether you have just been admitted as a student to D’Youville or are getting ready to graduate, one thing you should check off your college bucket list is to explore all that our friendly neighbors to the “North” have to … Continue reading
Saint Patrick’s Day Parade: A Buffalo Tradition- A D’Youville Student Favorite!Posted by Candice on March 26, 2013
Green knee highs, “Kiss me I’m Irish!”, light up shamrock medallions, and vibrant Kelly green lipstick- Yep I was ready for the big Irish Saint Patrick’s Day celebration! This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the 71st consecutive … Continue reading
Women’s History Month: Five of My Favorite Books by WomenPosted by Joey on March 19, 2013
In honor of Women’s History Month, I thought I would talk about my favorite contributions to the literature world at the hands of women. This is a list of my top 5 favorite books written by female authors. 1. The Harry … Continue reading
Got Health? Health and Wellness Fair 2013 RecapPosted by Erin on March 18, 2013
As you may have discovered after reading several of my previous posts, I love to be involved in events on campus. The great thing about D’Youville is that there is always something going on. Equally as much, there is always … Continue reading