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The exterior of D'Youville's School of Arts, Sciences, and Education building.
Clemo poses with Assemblymember Sean Ryan, Senator Chris Jacobs, Dean Maureen Finney, Senator Tim Kennedy, and Mayor Byron Brown.
07.09

D'Youville's HECap Award is Largest in NYS

D'Youville College is proud to announce it has been awarded a $5 million grant through the New York State Higher Education Capital Matching ...

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  1. 11.26

    DYC Professor and His Research Team Participate in International Chemical Engineering Conference

    Dr. Christopher Patridge's team was nominated for an award for their research on the design of materials with environmental and sustainabili...

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  2. 11.25

    D'Youville Ranked in Top Five "Best for Vets" Schools

    The Military Times rankings evaluate factors that make a school a good fit for service members, military veterans and their families.

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  3. 10.16

    Future Public Health & Health Analytics graduates will fill national shortage

    The Buffalo News reports that D'Youville is introducing new healthcare programs in fields with growing demand.

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    09.12

    D'Youville ranked No. 1 in WNY for "Early-Career Salaries"

    The Payscale Report shows that recent DYC alumni are the highest-earning graduates in the area.

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  5. 05.07

    Baccalaureate and Hooding Service Set for May 16

    Following a centuries-old tradition, graduates will be formally hooded by their respective faculty.

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  6. 03.17

    DYC Alumna Wins Schomburg Graduate Fellowship

    Whittney Smith, '13, a graduate of the DYC Sociology program, has been awarded a University at Buffalo Arthur A. Schomburg Fellowship.

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  7. 03.11

    DYC Business Ranked #1 on Military Times Annual Best for Vets List

    Rankings are based on an analysis of curriculum and culture and factor in student outcomes, support and cost.

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  8. 02.06

    DYC begins $20 Million Academic Building Renovation

    The college's new 85,000 square foot Arts, Sciences and Education building is scheduled to open for classes in August 2015.

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