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Fallon Pens Chapter on Robinson Crusoe Ann Marie Fallon

05/11/2018 - Dr. Ann Marie Fallon, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, will have a chapter included in The Cambridge Companion to ‘Robinson Crusoe,’ which explores the enduring popularity of Daniel Defoe’s 1719 classic, Robison Crusoe.

Pharmacy Student a Strong Advocate for Profession Stacy-Ann Wright poses in front Representative Carolyn B. Maloney's office on Capitol Hill.

05/10/2018 - Stacy-Ann Wright won’t earn her pharmacy license for at least another year, but the Wegmans School of Pharmacy student is already one of the profession’s biggest advocates. Seeing advocacy as important to the field itself, and a key responsibility for students, Wright began researching ways to be an active participant in broadening the scope of the profession.

Save the Date for Homecoming 2018 Recent alumni gather at the Food Truck Rodeo during Alumni Weekend.

05/10/2018 - Calling all Cardinals! Grab your phones and block off the weekend of September 21 for St. John Fisher College’s Homecoming 2018.

Grant Expands Nursing Students’ Efforts to Teach Asthma Education to RCSD Students Logo for the American Lung Association's Open Airways for Schools Program.

05/10/2018 - Approximately 20 percent of students who attend the Rochester City School District (RCSD) have been diagnosed with asthma. Now, thanks to a grant from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, the Wegmans School of Nursing at St. John Fisher College will have a greater opportunity to help those students manage their disease through an expansion of the American Lung Association’s (ALA) Open Airways for Schools educational program.

Senior Student-Athletes Celebrated at Luncheon Scott Eisenmenger, Bob Ward, and Peter Girardi

05/09/2018 - The St. John Fisher College Athletics Department held its annual Senior Student-Athlete Awards Banquet on Friday, May 4, at the Woodcliff Hotel and Spa.

For Two New Grads, the World Awaits Caelan Welch and Justin Townsend

05/09/2018 - For Caelan Welch and Justin Townsend, their first few months as newly minted Fisher graduates will include a deep dive into unknown worlds. As members of the Peace Corps, they’ll log 8,000 miles of travel to engage in two-year service projects abroad.

Costigan, Kozan, and O’Brien to Retire From Left to Right: Robert Costigan, Kamil Kozan, Marcia O’Brien

05/09/2018 - Professors Robert Costigan and Kamil Kozan and Associate Professor Marcia O’Brien will conclude their service at the College at the end of this year. Before they say farewell for good, we caught up with their colleagues to learn a little about their lives at the College, and find out where their lives after Fisher might take them.

At Prelaw Event, Bob Duffy Encourages Students to Engage with Community Bob Duffy, former Rochester mayor and current president of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, speaks about the importance of civic engagement and giving back to the community.

05/09/2018 - The Prelaw Association and Political Science Club recently hosted Bob Duffy, former Rochester mayor and current president of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, to talk about the importance of civic engagement and giving back to the community.

Spring Issue of ANGLES Now Available An image of a boy with glasses serves as the art on the cover of the spring issue of ANGLES magazine.

05/09/2018 - The English Department announces the release of spring 2018 issue of, ANGLES, St. John Fisher College’s literary magazine.

Dr. Bain Helps Inaugurate Alumnus as Sweden Supervisor Dr. Donald Bain (left) swears-in Kevin G. Johnson, Esq. ’02 as supervisor of the Town of Sweden.

05/08/2018 - St. John Fisher College alumnus, Kevin G. Johnson, Esq. ’02, was elected in November 2017 as supervisor of the Town of Sweden. He previously held the elected office of Town Councilperson, and then Sweden Town Justice.