NYC Trip Connects Sport Management Students with Industry Pros Sport management students visit Citi Field in New York City.

02/09/2017 - Members of the Sport Management Club, along with advisor Dr. Katharine Burakowski and Professor Patrick Gordon, visited New York City from February 2-5, to network with industry practitioners and alumni from three professional sport organizations. Read More

Business Students Collaborate with Dean, Faculty on Super Bowl Ad Research Marketing major and finance minor Ariel Dailey ’17, marketing major Nicole Coffey ’19,  along with faculty member Ronald Sicker, joined Dr. Rama Yelkur, dean of the School of Business, in her Super Bowl commercial research efforts.

02/09/2017 - While many students gathered round their TVs on Super Bowl Sunday eating chicken wings and cheering for their favorite teams, two School of Business students spent their evening in an unusual way: conducting academic research. Marketing major and finance minor Ariel Dailey ’17, marketing major Nicole Coffey ’19, along with faculty member Ronald Sicker, joined Dr. Rama Yelkur, dean of the School of Business, in her Super Bowl commercial research efforts. Read More

More Than Just The Norm Norm Kieffer

02/09/2017 - In 1997, just one year after earning his communication/journalism degree, Norm Kieffer ’96 returned to Fisher, joining the Athletics Department as sports information director (SID). Read More

Teddi Alumni Look Back on the Dance for Love Chris Keyes ’10 performs the Hand Jive

02/08/2017 - With the Teddi Dance for Love celebrating 35 years this month, College News Highlights caught up with a few past chairs of the Teddi Dance to hear what songs got their feet moving, what their favorite memories were, and what they’d say to the 2017 dancers. Read More

New SGA Initiative Gets Club Officers Involved in Service Members of the Accounting Club volunteered at the Open Door Mission.

02/08/2017 - Over the course of the fall semester, 55 student clubs at St. John Fisher College dedicated approximately 165 hours to agencies and organizations in the community, thanks to a new service initiative created by the Student Government Association (SGA). Read More

Countdown to Commencement 2017 - Mitch Lalik Countdown to Commencement 2017 Logo

02/06/2017 - Our next featured senior in the 2017 Countdown to Commencement video series is Mitch Lalik, an inclusive adolescent education and Spanish major with a certification in intercollegiate athletic coaching. Lalik was nominated by Katie Burke, assistant director of freshman admissions. Read More

Fisher Students, Faculty Aim to Increase Medication Adherence in the Community A faculty member and student from the Wegmans School of Pharmacy chat with a communty member.

02/02/2017 - This spring, students and faculty from the St. John Fisher College Wegmans School of Pharmacy and Wegmans School of Nursing are teaming up to compete in the Script Your Future Medication Adherence Challenge. The competition encourages an interprofessional team of students to create activities and initiatives to raise awareness about the importance of medication adherence. Read More

Marketing Club Receives Honorable Mention in National Case Competition SJFC AMA Logo

02/02/2017 - This academic year, six student members of the St. John Fisher College Chapter of the American Marketing Association (SJFC AMA) competed in an international collegiate case competition sponsored by eBay. Read More

Three Events in February Explore Themes in Jekyll and Hyde The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

02/02/2017 - More than 130 years after it was written, the central themes of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde are as relevant as ever. Faculty members associated with Fisher Reads, a shared reading program at St. John Fisher College, will explore those themes and more during a series of events devoted to the classic novel. Read More

35 Years. 24 Hours. A Lifetime of Memories. Dancers at the 1985 Teddi Dance for Love

02/02/2017 - When dancers take the floor for the 2017 Teddi Dance for Love, they step into a legacy 35 years in the making. Transcending well beyond the $1 million the fundraiser has generated for Camp Good Days and Special Times, alumni of the 24-hour dance-a-thon say its legacy is in the smiles of children who visit during Camper Hour, the lifelong friendships formed on the dance floor, and the idea that a person can make a difference one dance step at a time. Read More