NetVUE Professional Development Opportunities

NetVUE Professional Development Opportunities

As members of the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education, D’Youville Faculty and Staff are invited to register for any of these exciting regional gatherings taking place in the Fall. Participants pay only a modest registration fee – typically only $50,...
2019 Faculty and Chairs Retreats Wrap-Up

2019 Faculty and Chairs Retreats Wrap-Up

The 2019 Faculty Retreat, entitled “Summer Refresh” was a three-day retreat that took place August 6-8, at the Holiday Valley Inn in Ellicottville, NY, and provided time and support for faculty members to focus on course design/redesign or research. It featured...
2019 Conference on Teaching Innovation Recap

2019 Conference on Teaching Innovation Recap

The 2019 Conference on Teaching Innovation was a successful event that attracted attendees from 4 local colleges. This annual event highlights innovation in teaching and learning by D’Youville and other regional faculty members. Sessions were asked to focus on, but...
Michelle Weise Speaking at Mid-Semester Assembly

Michelle Weise Speaking at Mid-Semester Assembly

Faculty, Staff, Students and invited guests are all welcome and encouraged to attend our mid-semester assembly on April 22 featuring Michelle Weise. Weise is the Senior Vice President for Workforce Strategies and Chief Innovation Officer at Strada Education Network...
2018 Faculty Retreat Wrap-Up

2018 Faculty Retreat Wrap-Up

DYC’s first faculty retreat was a huge success. The event took place June 12-14 at Holiday Valley in Ellicottville, NY with 26 attendees. The many projects worked on included retooling an animal handling lecture, revising and evidence-based medicine course...
2018 Conference and THATCamp Wrap-Up

2018 Conference and THATCamp Wrap-Up

DYC’s first Conference on Teaching Innovation took place on May 22 with over 50 campus and non-DYC attendees. The morning took place in our Kavinoky Theater with 8 faculty members presenting their “Classroom Moments”, short story-style talks about their Aha!...