Wischnowski Honored as Distinguished Alumnus by College of Education at Illinois Mike Wischnowski

04/11/2017 - Dr. Michael Wischnowski, dean of the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education at St. John Fisher College, was recently honored by the College of Education at the University of Illinois during the Distinguished Alumni & Young Alumni Achievement Awards, held on March 31, in Champaign, Illinois. Read More

MBA Students are Semifinalists in NYS Business Plan Competition MBA students Anna Glessner and Ryan Lawrence will present their business plan for On Call Nursing at the New York State Business Plan Competition.

04/11/2017 - St. John Fisher College MBA students Anna Glessner and Ryan Lawrence successfully earned a bid to the semifinal round of the New York State Business Plan Competition (NYBPC), to be held at the Rochester Institute of Technology on Thursday, April 13. At the competition, they will present their business plan for an application called On Call Nursing. Read More

Fisher to Host First Screening in Fast Forward’s Inaugural ‘On the Road’ Series Fast Forward Film Festival logo

04/06/2017 - St. John Fisher College will host the first screening of films showcased during the 2017 Fast Forward Film Festival as a part of the organization’s inaugural On the Road Earth Week Series. The free screening, which will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 18, in Basil 135, will also include remarks from festival founder Dr. Andrew Stern. Read More

Gantner Joins National Effort to Promote Inquiry-based Learning Ryan Gantner

04/06/2017 - Dr. Ryan Gantner, associate professor of mathematics at St. John Fisher College, will represent the College and the Greater Upstate New York Inquiry Based Learning Consortium at the 2017 Summer Inquiry Based Learning workshop this July. Read More

Fisher Students Participate in Policy-Making Simulation Ben McDougal, Harry DeVoe, Justine Bartnick, Haley Panek, and Alberto Martinez participated in the EuroSim conference.

04/06/2017 - This spring, five St. John Fisher College students got a taste of the complexities of diplomatic relationships and legislative procedures, thanks to EuroSim, a simulation of the policy-making process in the European Union. Read More

Pharmacy Student Named Finalist in Patient Counseling Competition Kara Thompson, a P3 student at the Wegmans School of Pharmacy, counsels a standardized patient during the APhA-ASP National Patient Counseling Competition.

04/06/2017 - Kara Thompson, a P3 student at the St. John Fisher College Wegmans School of Pharmacy, recently placed in the Top 10 at the APhA-ASP National Patient Counseling Competition. The competition was held at the American Pharmacists Association’s Annual Meeting and Exposition, held from March 24-27, in San Francisco, California. Read More

New Scholarship Honors Class of ’57 Alumnus Robert and Marcia Calabrese

04/06/2017 - A new scholarship at St. John Fisher College will honor one of its earliest graduates. Established by Marcia Calabrese in honor of her late husband, Richard, a member of the Class of 1957, the Richard ’57 and Marcia Calabrese Scholarship will provide Fisher undergraduates with financial assistance needed to complete their studies at the College. Read More

Color the Roc Brightens RCSD Schools Students volunteer during Color the Roc.

04/05/2017 - While there are many words that can describe St. John Fisher College’s annual Color the Roc: Project Community Convergence program, for sophomore Samantha DiPerna, creative, caring, and community come to mind. Read More

Relay for Life Raises $17K for Hope Lodge A poster encourages walkers during the 2017 Relay for Life.

04/05/2017 - For 12 hours last weekend, the St. John Fisher College community focused on one goal: honoring those who have been touched by cancer while raising money for the American Cancer Society. Read More

Students, Seniors Team Up to Introduce Middle Schoolers to College Life Fisher students, Valley Manor residents, and students from School #20 spent time together during the

04/05/2017 - Students at St. John Fisher College teamed up with residents from the Episcopal SeniorLife Communities (ESLC) to plan an inspirational program about college opportunities for middle school students. The program, now in its second year, was the culmination of a semester-long sociology course, Helping Professions in Action. Read More