02/21/2018 - Dr. Dianne Cooney Miner, founding dean of the Wegmans School of Nursing at St. John Fisher College, will be honored during the Rochester Business Journal’s Women of Excellence Awards, to be held on Wednesday, April 11.
02/21/2018 - In fall 2017, the Wegmans School of Pharmacy launched a student ambassador program to help incoming and current students feel welcome in the pharmacy program.
02/20/2018 - St. John Fisher College’s Health and Wellness Center will host several events in recognition of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, held Monday, Feb. 26 through Monday, March 4.
02/20/2018 - Cheer on the St. John Fisher College women’s basketball team as they host the Empire 8 Championship tournament, beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23, at Manning and Napier Varsity Gymnasium.
02/20/2018 - The next featured senior in our Countdown to Commencement video series is Aviana Catarisano, an accounting major who is highly involved at the College. Catarisano was nominated by one of her advisors and mentors, Michael Fedoryshyn, associate professor of accounting in the School of Business.
02/19/2018 - This weekend, participants of St. John Fisher College’s Teddi Dance for Love raised a record-breaking $87,180.42 to benefit Camp Good Days and Special Times. This marks the highest total raised in the dance-a-thon’s 36-year history.
02/15/2018 - The St. John Fisher College men’s and women’s cross country programs were honored for their work in the classroom over the past season. Both teams held places on the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s all-academic awards, released on Friday, Feb. 9.
02/15/2018 - The Student Alumni Association (SAA), in conjunction with the Office of Institutional Advancement, has announced the inaugural Fisher Family Volunteer Day, slated for Saturday, March 24.
02/15/2018 - This spring, St. John Fisher College alumna Rebecca Delaney ’10 will band together with Dr. Mike Boller to strengthen the College’s connection to the Fast Forward Film Festival, which showcases environmental films made by Rochesterians.
02/15/2018 - At 18, Matha Thornton stepped on the campus of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill as a first generation college student to study political science. While there, she served as a resident assistant, which offered her a glimpse of life in student affairs. And after that, she never really left college.