D'Youville Ranked in Top Five "Best for Vets" Schools11-25-2014 -Read the story
The Military Times rankings evaluate factors that make a school a good fit for service members, military veterans and their families.
Faculty from Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine to Visit DYC11-24-2014 -Read the story
They will provide 3 lectures in Traditional Chinese Medicine to the campus community.
Physician Assistant Student Honored at AAPA Veterans Caucus11-10-2014 -Read the story
Ian Drullard was awarded the Grogan Memorial/Veterans Caucus Scholarship
Business First interviews DYC Professor about Health Analytics Program11-10-2014 -Read the story
Lisa Rafalson, PhD, chair of health services administration, played a critical role in forming the program.
HSA Forum to Explore Future of Healthcare Financing11-06-2014 -Read the story
Panelists for the Nov 6 event include experts from Catholic Health and Roswell Park Cancer Institute
DYC Professor to Present at iCERI Conference in Spain11-03-2014 -Read the story
Victoria Shimanovich, PhD will present her research in teaching and learning methodologies.
DYC Alumnus Selected for Prestigious Veterans Affairs Residency10-30-2014 -Read the story
Derek Golley, DC '12 was selected for the newly-created VA Chiropractic Care Residencies
Family and Friends Weekend to Raise Money for Charities10-22-2014 -Read the story
DYC welcomes students, family and friends to campus this weekend (Oct 24-25) with Family and Friends Weekend activities.
Future Public Health & Health Analytics graduates will fill national shortage10-16-2014 -Read the story
The Buffalo News reports that D'Youville is introducing new healthcare programs in fields with growing demand.
DYC Honors Paul Hageman by Naming Chiropractic Clinic After Him10-09-2014 -Read the story
Hageman, a professor of nursing, played a vital role in developing the DYC chiropractic program.
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- Posted by Kristen on November 24, 2014
When they call in the National Guard, it’s legitimate. The unprecedented winter blast that took over Erie County on Monday night was absolutely insane. I think that’s the only way to describe it. I went to bed on Monday night … Continue reading
D’Youville Snowpocalypse 2014Posted by Candice on November 24, 2014
Snowpocalypse 2014 is what everyone is calling the monster snowstorm that hit Buffalo and the surrounding areas. It all started early Tuesday morning on November 18th. I confidently told my doubtful roommates, “We are totally getting a snow day tomorrow,” … Continue reading
My Internship at the Buffalo Public SchoolsPosted by Chris on November 17, 2014
As a history and sociology (dual) major, I did an internship last year that allowed me to observe high school history classes in Buffalo, NY. I observed classes including: Global 9, Global 10, U.S History, African American Studies, and the Holocaust. … Continue reading
Put Your Gelato Where Your Mouth Is! A Rivalry in the City Down UnderPosted by Bridget on November 13, 2014
There is a rivalry in Sydney. It doesn’t have to do with Footy, their numerous classifications of rugby. No, it’s all about the gelato. I live near Surry Hills, one of the many suburbs surrounding the city center. It has … Continue reading
5 Things to Get You Through Finals WeekPosted by Kristen on November 10, 2014
Well everyone, November is upon us, and that means only about four weeks of this Fall semester at D’Youville remains! November is when things start to get busy between family and the holidays, as well as school. So, in an … Continue reading
Wanderlust: Ways to Cure the Curiosity on a Student Budget (Buffalo-Niagara Edition)Posted by Amy on November 10, 2014
In prior months, I wrote a post about curing the curious mind on a student budget. There, I spoke of tips and tricks of being frugal with international and global travels. Today, I’m going to boast about more wallet-friendly tips … Continue reading
Building Nursing Leaders: DYC’s Nursing Workforce Diversity ProgramPosted by Chris on October 31, 2014
The nursing workforce is not as diverse as it could be. D’Youville College is playing a role to change that through the Nursing Workforce Diversity Program. DYC is one of only 41 schools nationwide to be awarded a federal Nursing Workforce Diversity Grant. … Continue reading
Extreme Interning in the Great Outdoors: Exercise & Sports StudiesPosted by Bridget on October 29, 2014
The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic (HCC) 2014 was a volunteer opportunity that has enriched my Exercise and Sports Studies internship experience in Australia. The HCC is a long distance 111km river race. It started inland from Sydney where there are a … Continue reading
Fall Foliage in Western New York! Visiting the Grand Canyon of the EastPosted by MaryKate on October 29, 2014
It’s easy to miss fall in Buffalo; you are getting settled in your dorm, studying for the first tests of the semester, or maybe just putting together a unique Halloween costume. Don’t worry! With daylight savings time giving you an … Continue reading
The Queen City ParanormalPosted by Kristen on October 27, 2014
Right. So we all love Halloween…..the costumes, the candy, all the horror movies, and the haunted houses. Well, maybe you do. Don’t get me wrong: I love eating Butterfingers until my teeth stick together, and dressing up is great, but … Continue reading
Spartans Lose First Game of the Season to MustangsNovember 25, 2014Read the story
Record Weather Can't Cool Down Spartans Hot StartNovember 24, 2014Read the story
Host RIT Defeats D'Youville On Second Day of TournamentNovember 23, 2014Read the story
Men's Basketball Opens Up RIT Tournament With WinNovember 22, 2014Read the story
Women's Basketball vs Wells PostponedNovember 19, 2014Read the story
Bellavia Named to Second Team All-Conference
D'Youville Men's Basketball - No More
Marcely Named AMCC Player of the Week
Men's Basketball Wrap Up West Coast Trip With LossNovember 16, 2014Read the story
D'Youville Downs SUNY Cobleskill to Win Opening TournamentNovember 16, 2014Read the story