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D'Youville Holds 106th Commencement on May 17

Buffalo, New York – May 16, 2014 – D'Youville College's President Sister Denise Roche conferred 780 bachelor, master and doctoral degrees on May 17 during the College's 106th commencement ceremony.

More than 3,000 people attended the ceremony at Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo.

Included in the graduation were D'Youville's first pharmacy class (PharmD) of 58 students and the college's first Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) class.

Most reverend Richard J. Malone, Bishop of Buffalo, delivered the commencement address. Joshua J. Cahill of Waterloo, a School of Pharmacy graduate, delivered the Salutatory Address. Invocation was given by Mary Lake Riley, a member of the Class of 1964, who were in attendance at the ceremony.

Bishop Malone speaking at D'Youville's 106th General Commencement at Kleinhan's Music Hall

Also receiving honorary degrees were Cheryl A. Klass, president of Women's and Children's Hospital and David Zapfel, executive director of Gerard Place, a community agency on Buffalo's East Side.

Commencement Weekend Photo Galleries

Graduate Brunch hosted by D'Youville College Alumni Association, May 15

View the entire photo gallery of the DYC Alumni Association-hosted Graduate Luncheon

Baccalaureate Interfaith Hooding Ceremony, May 16

View the entire photo gallery of the Baccalaureate and Hooding Service

106th Commencement Ceremony, May 17

View the entire photo gallery of Commencement Ceremony

School of Pharmacy Graduation Event, May 18

View the entire photo gallery of the School of Pharmacy Graduation Event


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