Pharm.D. Goes Online
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03/13/2020 - Wake County, North Carolina, is the second-fastest growing county in the nation. So when Lindsay Hegyi Mahaffey ’04 and her family moved there in 2015, she knew fellow Fisher alumni who lived in the area. And that network has continued to grow.
03/12/2020 - The Class of 2023 entered Fisher this past fall more than 600 students strong. Among those students were seven sets of twins. Yes, we said seven.
03/11/2020 - Dr. Tim Franz is certainly busy in his role as professor of psychology at Fisher. Franz is sought out as an expert in social behavior, work motivation, applied research methods, and group/team psychology, and has been quoted in several newspapers and magazines, including USA Today. In addition, he has authored a book on team development and articles for two dozen peer-reviewed publications.
03/10/2020 - A radio broadcasting icon and print journalism veteran share their stories.
09/23/2019 - During Alumni and Family Weekend, the Office of Campus Ministry, along with College officials, cut the ribbon on their newly named space, honoring a stalwart member of the St. John Fisher College community.
09/23/2019 - Fisher sophomore Andres Ramirez ’22 spent a week in the Morgan Stanley Summer Freshman Enhancement Program in New York City.
09/20/2019 - Home to more than 150 students, the Upper Quad Residence Hall is the newest addition to St. John Fisher College’s Residential Life program. On Friday, Sept. 20, members of the Fisher community gathered to celebrate the opening of the residence hall and its impact on the campus footprint.
09/19/2019 - In its relatively short history, St. John Fisher College has grown from the “College on the Hill” to a nationally recognized institution, an anchor in the community, and a place where students experience a transformative education.
09/06/2019 - During a ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 4, the St. John Fisher College School of Business marked the opening of the Walter and Barbara Parkes Trading Lab.
07/26/2019 - Phoukham “George” Vongkhioy has his sights set on becoming a nurse, and as a first generation college student hopeful, the College Bound program at St. John Fisher College helped dispel some of the mystery behind the admissions process.