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Lectures, Conference to Explore Irish Heritage The Book of Kells is an illuminated manuscript containing the four Gospels of the New Testament, said to have been created in a monastery in Ireland around c. 800 AD.

03/01/2017 - This spring, the Irish Studies Program at St. John Fisher College will host a series of lectures that celebrate the history and heritage of Ireland. Experts on Irish folklore, politics, music, and history will explore various aspects of the country. In addition, a two-day conference in April will look at Ireland’s connection to the American Civil War and Canadian Confederation.

From Students to Executives: Fisher Launches New “Executive Intern” Program Executive interns Kelsey Michener, Diane Tran, Ashley Flanagan, and Zach Petroski.

02/28/2017 - Last fall, St. John Fisher College introduced a new initiative to engage highly motivated students into the inner workings of the institution. The program, known as the Executive Intern program, allows students to combine their drive for academic development with their passion for Fisher. During this program’s pilot phase, executive interns are placed in the Offices of the President, Marketing and Communications, Student Affairs, and Institutional Advancement.

Men’s Basketball Nets E8 Championship, Plays Host to NCAA Tournament The men's basketball team won the 2016-2017 Empire 8 Championship.

02/27/2017 - The St. John Fisher College men’s basketball team will host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship, after earning its way into the field by winning the Empire 8 Conference’s automatic bid over the weekend.

St. John Fisher College Names New School of Arts and Sciences Dean Ann Marie Fallon

02/27/2017 - After a nationwide search, St. John Fisher College has named Dr. Ann Marie Fallon as the new dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, effective July 5, 2017.

Novel Helps Fisher Students Engage in Difficult Conversations Students skype with the authors of All American Boys.

02/23/2017 - Over the course of the academic year, students at St. John Fisher College will have learned the skills and tools needed to engage in difficult conversations about identity, race, privilege, and equality through the reading and analysis of All American Boys, a young adult novel published in 2015.

Events Aim to Promote Campus Unity Odell Bizzell

02/23/2017 - Next week, the newly formed Unity Council at St. John Fisher College is collaborating with student organizations and academic programs from across campus to create the inaugural Unity Week, running from Friday, Feb. 24 through Wednesday, March 1.

Lazardeux Headed to Rome through Competitive Research Fellowship Sebastien Lazardeux

02/23/2017 - Dr. Sebastien Lazardeux, assistant professor of political science at St. John Fisher College, was recently awarded a Richmond Summer Visiting Faculty Fellowship from Richmond, The American International University in London. He is the second Fisher faculty member to be selected for the competitive fellowship program.

Register Now for Student Scholarship and Creative Work Symposium A student presents research at a conference.

02/23/2017 - In April, the St. John Fisher College campus community will have a chance to celebrate undergraduate and graduate student scholars during the first-ever Student Scholarship and Creative Work Symposium.

PR Students Launch Campaign to Raise Awareness of Mental Health on Campus Student members of the Tom Proietti Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) launched a week-long campaign to raise awareness of mental health on campus.

02/22/2017 - Student members of the Tom Proietti Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) launched a week-long campaign to raise awareness of mental health on campus, called fisher 5 signs. The campaign will run throughout campus from February 20-24.

Trump and Taxes: First Friday Lecture Explores the President’s Proposed Tax Reforms Lynn Mucenski-Keck

02/22/2017 - St. John Fisher College’s March First Friday Lecture will explore the impact the political climate in Washington might have on income taxes. During the lecture, Lynn Mucenski-Keck, associate professor of accounting in the School of Business at St. John Fisher College, will review the proposed individual tax reform by the Trump administration and Republican House of Representatives.