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Dane-Staples Earns Journal’s Paper of the Year Honor Emily Dane-Staples

04/08/2020 - Dr. Emily Dane-Staples, associate professor in the Sport Management Department, was recently awarded Sport Management Education Journal’s Best Paper Award for 2019.

Plastic Bag Ban, COVID-19 Effects Topics of Professors’ Op-Ed Isar Kiani and David Kunsch

04/07/2020 - Two professors from the St. John Fisher College School of Business share opinions on the plastic bag ban and effects of COVID-19 on the economy in separate Rochester Business Journal opinion pieces.

Pharmacy Faculty Make Hand Sanitizer for Community Partners Vivek Dave makes hand sanitizer for community partners.

04/06/2020 - For the past seven years, Dr. Vivek Dave has taught his students in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy how to create a hand sanitizer gel.

Uncertain Times Give Investment Club Experiences in Market Volatility A monitor shows stock prices.

04/06/2020 - For just over a decade, St. John Fisher College’s Investment Club has managed a portfolio of investments. In the last four years alone, the Club had one of the longest market peaks in recent history, only to turn downward at a rapid rate, due to the uncertainty brought on by COVID-19.

Miller Smith, Five Alumnae among RBJ’s Women of Excellence Dr. Arlette Miller Smith

04/05/2020 - St. John Fisher College professor Dr. Arlette Miller Smith, associate professor of English and director of the African American Studies program, is among the Rochester Business Journal’s honorees for the 2020 Women of Excellence awards.

Course Provides Real World Experience for Business Students The School of Business is housed in the Victor E. Salerno Center for American Enterprise.

04/02/2020 - Each year, students in Professor Ron Sicker’s Promotions Management courses create a fully integrated promotional campaign for clients, developing creative materials and an implementation strategy. Promotions Management is part of the suite of community-engaged learning courses, which work with partners in the Rochester community to strengthen students’ academic learning and professional preparation while providing mutual benefit to a local organization.

Transfer Students Find Their Place on Campus Donavan Ruther

04/01/2020 - You could say that Donavan Ruther ’20 has always envisioned himself at St. John Fisher College. Both his aunt and his brother are Fisher graduates; so when he finished his associate’s degree at Monroe Community College, it was easy to see himself on campus.

Two from the Wegmans School of Nursing Present at National Conference Deborah Maier and Wendy Hou present their research.

04/01/2020 - Two members of the Wegmans School of Nursing community, Deborah Maier and Wendy Hou, presented research at the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists Annual Conference earlier this month.

Business Students Find Ways to Continue Internships Remotely Matthew Sciandra continues his internship with The Bonadio Group from home.

03/30/2020 - The switch to online classes as a result of COVID-19 didn’t just alter students’ plans in the classroom. As Fisher students returned home, and non-essential businesses closed, many internships also came to an end. Luckily, technology allowed several students to continue their internship work, just with a much different backdrop.

Students Present at African American Studies National Conference Seniors Oskarys Fermin and Luisa Rodriguez and sophomore Tamaron McKnight at the conference.

03/27/2020 - Seniors Oskarys Fermin and Luisa Rodriguez and sophomore Tamaron McKnight co-presented a paper with Dr. Lisa J. Cunningham, visiting assistant professor of English and director of Women and Gender Studies, in Dallas, Texas, at the 28th annual National Association of African American Studies National Conference in late February.