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D'Youville Launches Intensive English Program

Beginning in January 2019, D'Youville will begin offering an Intensive English Program (IEP) to international students who want to study at ...

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    DYC Faculty and Students showcase projects and discoveries at 'Research Day'

    The inaugural event featured 36 presentations from across schools and academic departments at D'Youville.

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    DYC Students to Participate in Health Fair at St. Mary's School for the Deaf

    Healthcare students will provide information about asthma, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, sun protection and hand washing at the May 1 event.

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  3. 04.11

    American Lung Association Honors DYC Pharmacy Professor

    Dr. Stacie Lampkin, Assistant Professor-Pediatrics, is honored for her fundraising work with the Fight for Air Climb.

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  4. 02.25

    Pharmacy Professor represents DYC at Niagara Frontier Orchid Society show

    Dr. Timothy Hutcherson presented information about the School of Pharmacy's Medicinal Garden Exhibit at the popular annual show held at the ...

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    DYC Pharmacy to Host First International Educational and Networking Program

    Set for March 2014, the NYSCHP event will provide an opportunity for pharmacists to learn with colleagues beyond state and international bor...

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    DYC Pharmacy Students to Offer Flu Shot Clinics

    The clinics, to be held on two dates in October, are part of the Healthy Buffalo Initiative supported by the students and faculty of the Sch...

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  7. 06.07

    Free Screenings & Assessments Provided by School of Pharmacy

    Free blood pressure screenings, body mass index readings and body fat percentage assessments were provided to the public at the Elmwood-Bidw...

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    DYC Pharmacy Students & Faculty to Take Back Unwanted Drugs

    SoP students and faculty will volunteer as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on April 27.

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