New Look D’Youville: Campus Transformation Video
The D’Youville campus was buzzing with activity all summer as major changes took place. The construction of the Student Success Center, the Solutions Center, and the new Simulation Center, has D’Youville looking like a brand-new place.
The two new spaces, the Students Success Center and the Solutions Center, are designed to both save and improve the quality of students’ time here.
From Those at the Core of the Centers:
The Student Success Center
The Student Success Center is an innovative space that allows for collaboration among
the students’ academic and professional journey. I’m looking forward to utilizing
the amazing technology available here and work with students in one-on-one and group
— Denise Harris, director of career and professional engagement
I think Helen Keller said it better than I could: Alone we can do so little; but together
we can do so much.
— Stephanie Atti, associate director of academic advising and planning
The Student Success Center is an innovative and collaborative space that provides
students with the tools and assistance they need to succeed both inside and outside
of the classroom.
— Ryan Miller, associate director of transfer services
The Solutions Center
Solutions is an innovative new space on campus that combines the offices of Financial
Aid, Student Accounts and the Registrar. The goal is to improve the student experience
and reduce the runaround through employee and student collaboration, as well as the
infusion of technology.
— James Nowak, director of financial aid
The Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center
The Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center has a new home on campus, now located on the first floor of the D’Youville Academic Center (DAC). As it awaits the future construction of the Health Professions Hub, it’s mission is still the same.
The core purpose of the Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center is to train
learners to work as valuable members of a team. To achieve this everything in the
center is geared toward bringing to life teachable moments through creating scenarios
and experiences that mimic real life. The learners are given opportunities to practice
applying, in a safe environment, the knowledge and skills they have learned in pursuit
of their professions.
— James Cypert, director of the Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center
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