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Art and Anatomy Class taught by D'Youville faculty, Victor Shanchuk

Arts, Sciences and Education

The School of Arts, Sciences & Education (SASE) contains the departments and programs that build the foundation of knowledge for students to develop into critical thinkers, responsible citizens, dynamic leaders, and compassionate human beings. The School applies the fundamentals of knowledge, creativity, inspiration, and connection.

Core to the mission of SASE is welcoming students into an inclusive and diverse community dedicated to a free exchange of ideas; fostering intellectual curiosity, discipline, confidence, and an entrepreneurial spirit; preparing students to pursue a wide range of professional, creative, and personal interests with rigor and integrity; respecting and valuing students as individuals; establishing personal relationships with students through mentorship; and celebrating collaborative growth and works always for student success.

SASE comprises the departments of Biology and Mathematics, Business, Chemistry, Educational Leadership, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

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02.06
D'Youville to Host Money Matters Event

D'Youville is hosting an all-day Money Matters event open to all students, faculty, and staff on Wednesday, February 13 from 9 AM - 4 PM on ...

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01.17
All Business

Young business alumni find success early on in their young careers.

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