10/27/2016 - Business School Leaders from five colleges in Western New York visited St. John Fisher College on Friday, Oct. 14, to participate in a roundtable discussion focused on accreditation, new initiatives, and collaborative opportunities.
10/27/2016 - Students, faculty, and staff will have the opportunity to reflect on the value of freedom during St. John Fisher College’s annual “Four Freedoms Week” celebration, Friday, Oct. 28 through Saturday, Nov. 5.
10/26/2016 - Held in Rochester, the event featured speakers from The New York Times, Kickstarter, Democrat & Chronicle, WXXI, Excellus BCBS, Dixon Schwabl, and many more, covering topics from social video analytics to personal branding. The Department of Media and Communication served as an academic sponsor of the conference.
10/24/2016 - St. John Fisher College will add a new men’s volleyball program to its athletic offerings in fall 2017.
10/21/2016 - Your students are settled into campus, but you may feel like you just left them here. See St. John Fisher College through their eyes, and join us for Family Weekend, which will take place Friday, Oct. 28 through Sunday, Oct. 30. The schedule is packed with a variety of family-friendly activities, offering something for everyone.
10/20/2016 - Fiction writer Rachel Hall will read a collection of stories during the 2016 Father Cavanaugh Reading Series, sponsored by the St. John Fisher College English Department. The reading, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3, in Wilson Formal Lounge.
10/20/2016 - Lace up your sneakers for the third annual Teddi Trot 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, Oct. 29. Organized by the Teddi Committee, the race helps kick start the team’s fundraising efforts for Camp Good Days and Special Times. The one-mile Fun Run begins at 9 a.m., and the 5K begins at 10 a.m.
10/20/2016 - Students in the learning community, Sustainability and the Environment, spent the morning of Monday, Oct. 3, at the natural area behind Murphy Hall, where they put what they’ve learned in the classroom into action by helping to control the invasive species pale swallow-wort on the site.
10/20/2016 - Students in Dr. Arlette Miller Smith’s Young Adult Literature course recognized Banned Book Week with posters and presentations that explored the many young adult books that have been banned throughout history. They presented their research during an event on Wednesday, Sept. 28 in Lavery Library.
10/20/2016 - The month of September saw a flurry of activity in the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Programs.