On Thursday, May 5, students, faculty, and staff from the School of Business gathered to recognize graduating students at the baccalaureate and master’s degree levels. During the event, nearly 20 students were given awards for their academic achievement and leadership within the school.
On Friday, April 15, the St. John Fisher College School of Business inducted 42 students into the College’s Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) chapter. BGS is the international honor society for business students and scholars.
Patrick McCabe and Steven Conway, St. John Fisher College students enrolled in the Doctor of Pharmacy/MBA joint degree program, recently won the first-ever Pharmacist Society of the State of New York Business Plan Competition, held on Sunday, Jan. 31, at the organization’s winter meeting in Saratoga Springs.
Sometimes, it’s not what you say, it’s what you do. That’s the lesson Jill Knittel ´94, ´03 (MBA), shared with undergraduates during the Women’s Leadership Series luncheon, hosted by the School of Business on Thursday, Nov. 19.
Recent graduates of the St. John Fisher College accounting programs had the highest pass rate of any college in New York State on the 2014 CPA exam in the “large program” category ranking, which includes institutions with over 60 reported first-time testing candidates.
St. John Fisher College School of Business faculty have elected Dr. David Kunsch as the new Director of the MBA Program for the School of Business.
Three students were honored by the School of Business' MBA Program during a reception on Friday, May 9.
On Friday, April 11, the St. John Fisher College School of Business inducted a total of 39 students into the College’s Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) chapter. BGS is the international honor society for business students and scholars.
On Thursday, January 23, over a dozen St. John Fisher College MBA students learned that serving on a board is a crucial contribution to the heart and soul of a nonprofit organization.
Leah George, a 2013 graduate of the St. John Fisher College MBA Program, has been featured in the Democrat and Chronicle’s
“Woman to Watch” column.