Human Resources Management News
On Thursday, Dec. 3, the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) chapter from the School of Business hosted its first event, Learning from Industry Experts: Résumé Building from the People Who Read Them
St. John Fisher College received a $6,000 grant from Canandaigua National Bank & Trust (CNB) to create a four-year scholarship for an undergraduate student enrolled in the School of Business.
The 2014-15 St. John Fisher College Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) liaison, Abby Rhone, is eager to accept her new role and any challenges it may bring. Rhone, a senior Human Resources Management major, was inducted into the College’s chapter in May.
A total of 50 graduating seniors were honored on Friday, May 9, when students, their families and friends, faculty, and staff gathered in the Cleary Family Auditorium for the annual President’s Awards Ceremony. The awards were presented by Dr. Donald Bain and members of the Fisher faculty.
In late February, Dr. David Martin, Dean of the St. John Fisher College School of Business, dropped into several classes to surprise 39 students with an invitation to join Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS), the distinguished International Honor Society for business excellence.
The St. John Fisher College Human Resources Management (HRM) degree program has once again met the requirements of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) curriculum guidelines, earning the program the Society’s endorsement for another two years.
St. John Fisher College's School of Business has added another new major to be offered this fall. The management department will now offer a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Human Resources Management (HRM), which has, until now, only been offered as a concentration.
The St. John Fisher College Society for Human Resource Management Student Chapter was recently awarded the 2010-2011 Honorable Mention Award from the Society for Human Resource Management.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) will officially induct the St. John Fisher College student chapter on Friday, February 4, after a year’s worth of hard work and commitment to developing the chapter by Fisher students and faculty.