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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. 09.28

    DYC Tennis Program for Kindergarteners Receives 2nd Year of Funding

    Robert Gamble, PhD, professor of education, developed and piloted the program at West Buffalo Charter School.

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  2. 09.23

    Business Faculty Collaborate on Research about Energy Companies in BRIC Countries

    Findings by Drs. Jurkowski and Daly suggest BRIC countries are “experiencing economic setbacks and it might be the time to buy equities in t...

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  3. 09.04

    The School of Arts, Sciences and Education Building Opens

    The $26.7 million facility features 19 state-of-the art research and teaching laboratories, 9 smart classrooms and shared conference and lou...

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  4. 09.03

    DYC Student Veteran Serves as Advocate for SPCA Paws & Patriots

    Waldo Rivera, a history major and military veteran, was recently highlighted for his success with the program.

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  5. 08.26

    DYC Student Completes Prestigious Chemistry Research Fellowship

    Maoj Awad, a chemistry major, completed a 10-week fellowship sponsored by the National Science Foundation

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  6. 07.20

    Five DYC Biology & Chemistry Majors are Headed to PhD Programs

    The recent graduates were offered fellowships and stipends to fully cover the cost of their tuition and living expenses.

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  7. 07.07

    Research by DYC Professor Shows Majority of Biology Students Accept Evolution

    Martin Kelly, PhD, assistant professor of biology will have his research presented at the prestigious Oxford Education Research Symposium.

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    06.04

    DYC Professor Selected for National Seminar on Teaching Interfaith Understanding

    Craig Tyson, PhD, assistant professor of religious studies, is one of 25 selected from a nationwide pool of nominees.

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