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Rafalson Named ACE Fellow for 2018-2019

Lisa Rafalson, PhD, chair and associate professor of the Health Science Administration department, has been named to the American Council on...

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  1. The D’Youville Center for Research on Physical Activity, Sport, & Health (CRPASH) recently partnered with the Women’s Sports Foundation to author the study “Teen Sport in America: Why Participation Matters.”

    D'Youville Partners with Women's Sports Foundation for Teen Participation Study

    The D'Youville Center for Research on Physical Activity, Sport, & Health (CRPASH) recently partnered with the Women's Sports Foundation to a...

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  2. 12.06

    D'Youville Names New President

    The D'Youville College Board of Trustees has named Lorrie Clemo, Ph.D., as the new president of the College. Dr. Clemo will succeed Sister D...

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  3. 09.21

    Finalists for D'Youville College Presidency Scheduled for Campus Visits

    Four candidates for the presidency of D'Youville College will be on campus late September and early October, as the process of selecting the...

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  4. 05.31

    D'Youville Prof Named Wellness Team Higher Education Partner of the Year

    Renee Cadzow, PhD, was named the Buffalo Public Schools 2016 School Wellness Team Higher Education Partner of the Year.

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  5. 10.22

    Women's Sports Foundation Honors DYC Professor Emeritus, Don Sabo

    Sabo, a nationally-known sports researcher, received the Billie Jean King Contribution Award for his significant contribution to the develop...

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  6. 01.23

    DYC Professor Part of Evaluation Team for Major Childhood Obesity Study

    Renee Cadzow, PhD, conducted analysis of 4,000 students over a 3-year period to confirm school-based interventions improve health.

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  7. 08.29

    MediaPost cites DYC expert's research in an article about the importance of sports content for young fans

    Don Sabo, professor emeritus of health policy is a nationally-known youth-sports researcher.

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    ESPN Magazine story features DYC research

    DYC professor Don Sabo's research was featured in a ESPN Magazine story on the growing demographics of youth sports.

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