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On a Mission with the School of Pharmacy Emily Haniford with pharmacy students and faculty and community members in Tanzania.

10/08/2018 - Students and faculty in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy recently traveled to Mexico, Tanzania, South Africa, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Montana's Blackfeet Reservation to engage in medical missions or service trips. College News Highlights caught up with four students to hear how they used their pharmacy skills to work in health care clinics and provide care to patients in their homes while abroad.

October Brings Events, Activities for Pharmacists’ Month Wegmans School of Pharmacy Students kick off American Pharmacists' Month with the help of the Cardinal.

10/08/2018 - The Wegmans School of Pharmacy will join pharmacists across the country in recognizing October as American Pharmacists’ Month. Designed by the American Pharmacists’ Association, the month is an opportunity to educate the public about the role of pharmacists as members of the health care team, and celebrate the profession.

Field Research Sends Fisher Duo to Costa Rica Jenna Keppel spent two weeks in Costa Rica conducting biology research with Dr. Greg Cunningham.

10/08/2018 - Dr. Greg Cunningham is an expert on the olfactory senses of birds, having researched how penguins, hawks, and seabird chicks react to different odors. In the next iteration of his research, Cunningham traveled to the Northwest coast of Costa Rica to work with professors from Veritas University to test how fish might react to the scent of a chemical in the water. For this trip, he brought along senior Jenna Keppel, a summer research fellow, to work alongside him.

Let’s Connect: New Platform Brings Together Alumni, Students Cardinal Connections @SJFC graphic

10/05/2018 - With the launch of The Fisher Edge in fall 2018, the Office of Institutional Advancement, in collaboration with the Center for Career and Academic Planning, joined the initiative by launching Cardinal Connections, a new online platform that connects alumni and students with the purpose of providing meaningful avenues for mentorship and guidance.

Conference Helps Students Build Leadership Skills Students at St. John Fisher College recently had the opportunity to participate in the LeadersShape Catalyst, a one-day conference run by LeaderShape.

10/05/2018 - Students at St. John Fisher College recently had the opportunity to participate in the LeaderShape Catalyst, a one-day conference run by LeaderShape, a program that develops leadership skills among college and university students.

Fisher Professors Ranked No. 29 in New York A professor talks with students in a science lab.

10/04/2018 - Niche.com, a major research and ranking site, has ranked St. John Fisher College No. 29 among the Colleges with the Best Professors in New York for 2019.

Fisher Community Unites during National Voters Registration Day Students registered to vote during Fisher's National Voters Registration Day.

10/02/2018 - On Monday, Sept. 25, more than 100 members of the St. John Fisher College community registered to vote during the National Voters Registration Day event.

Game Connects Athletes, Kids Fisher football players and coaches meet the honorary coaches and cheerleaders who will be with them on the sidelines during the annual Courage Bowl.

10/01/2018 - In front of more than 7,000 fans on Saturday night, the St. John Fisher College and College at Brockport football teams took the field for Courage Bowl XIV.

Exhibit Celebrates Rochester Polonia’s Role in 1918 Restoration of Poland Photograph included in the exhibit, Under the Ancient Polish Flag.

09/28/2018 - “Under the Ancient Polish Flag,” an exhibit of images and artifacts, celebrates the contributions that Rochester’s Polish community made to the restoration of a free, independent Poland at the close of World War I.

Campaign Teaches Campus to Stop the Bleed Members of the campus community can be trained on how to use the individual bleeding control kit.

09/28/2018 - One of the most common causes of preventable death after traumatic injury is uncontrolled bleeding, and now because of a new program on campus, St. John Fisher College students, faculty, and staff can receive the training to provide immediate, frontline aid until first responders arrive.