The primary responsibility of this faculty member is to coordinate and deliver instruction throughout
the School's pharmacotherapeutics course sequence both in the traditional and online pathways. Additionally, other course work may be
assigned at the discretion of the Chair of Pharmacy Practice. Furthermore, the faculty member will maintain a clinical practice and act as a
preceptor for the School's students for both introductory and advanced pharmacy practice
- Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D)
- The completion of a PGY1 residency, and
preferably also a PGY2 residency.
- Strong interpersonal communication skills
- Ability to utilize various software
- Coordinate and deliver instruction throughout the School's pharmacotherapeutics
course sequence, and maintain a clinical practice and act as a preceptor to the School's students.
- Participate in committee
assignments as required by the School.
- Participate in service to the community in accordance with the mission of
- Participate in scholarship and research that align with area of specialty that will satisfy expectations for renewal and
- Serve as an advisor to Pharm.D students
Understanding and respecting differences can best develop in a
community where members learn, live, work, and serve among individuals with diverse worldviews, identities, and values. We are dedicated to
upholding the dignity and worth of all members of this academic community such that all may engage effectively and compassionately in a
About the Institution:
D'Youville is a highly regarded private college and research
institution with a rich history located on the vibrant West Side of Buffalo adjacent to a growing downtown with year-round cultural events
and outdoor recreation. While preparing students for the 21st-century, D'Youville excels at helping students reach their career goals as
change agents, doing well for themselves and their communities by doing good. Under the leadership of President Lorrie Clemo, the university
is moving boldly forward through a dynamic and integrated planning process to strengthen the institution and positively impact the student
experience and surrounding community.
Founded in 1908, the Grey Nuns named the college after the Patron Saint Marguerite D'Youville
and committed to making it a compassionate place of learning for those from underrepresented populations. That commitment and tradition
continue today. D'Youville was the first college in Western New York to offer baccalaureate degree programs for women. With a long Catholic
history, D'Youville welcomes students of every culture, background, and faith and is a place where different faith traditions can be openly
shared and respected. Coeducational since 1971, D'Youville strives to expand opportunities for diverse learners, including adults,
first-generation, low-income, and other students historically underrepresented in higher education.
Today, D'Youville features an
urban, growing campus community of 3,000 students and offers more than 50 majors in undergraduate, master's, and doctoral studies including
advanced certificates and accelerated learning programs. Featuring degrees in healthcare, business, and the liberal arts, D'Youville
encourages students to balance their learning with activities that integrate community service with coursework. D'Youville's proud graduates
have the academic strengths necessary for careers that make a difference and the skills to be leaders for the world. To learn more about
D'Youville, please visit http://www.dyc.edu/.