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A Finish to Remember Sammie Gehl celebrates her first track race in three years with her teammates.

05/04/2017 - Most college students see the finish line as the end of their undergraduate career. But freshman Sammie Gehl saw a finish line that would bring her back to a familiar place and signify her own personal restart.

Executive Leadership Grads at OCC Celebrate Program Completion Dr. Robert Blanchet, dean of admission at Morrisville State College, was selected as the student speaker.

05/04/2017 - On Saturday, April 1, the St. John Fisher College Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education held a hooding and awards ceremony for graduates of the Ed.D. in Executive Leadership program at Onondaga Community College, one of two extension sites where the program is offered.

Fisher Student Heads to Malaysia through Fulbright Program Madison Hornick

05/04/2017 - St. John Fisher College student Madison Hornick ’17 has been awarded a 2017-2018 Fulbright Scholarship to Malaysia, where she will serve as an English Teaching Assistant (ETA). Among the most prestigious and competitive fellowships, Hornick is one of just 100 applicants selected for the Malaysia Fulbright ETA program.

Awards Honor Exceptional Work in Service-Learning The Community Partner Award was given to Deborah Botsford, director of the Webster/West Irondequoit Postsecondary Transition Program.

05/03/2017 - During an awards ceremony on Friday, April 28, the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement honored students, faculty, and community partners who have demonstrated exceptional work in service-learning courses throughout the academic year.

Outstanding Adult Student Awards Honors Three from Fisher Maria Caraballo, Benjamin Reinhardt, and Christine Burton were honored with Outstanding Adult Students Awards.

05/02/2017 - Three St. John Fisher College students were recently honored with Outstanding Adult Student Awards, given by the Rochester Area Colleges Continuing Education Association (RACCE). Christine Burton ’17, Maria Caraballo ’17 (Pharm.D.), and Benjamin Reinhardt ’17 were formally recognized by RACCE at a banquet on Wednesday, April 12.

Psychology Honor Society Inducts 15 On Friday, April 28, 15 students were inducted into Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology.

05/02/2017 - On Friday, April 28, 15 students were inducted into Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology.

School of Pharmacy Gives Back during Day of Service Wegmans School of Pharmacy students volunteer during the Day of Service.

05/01/2017 - More than 260 students, faculty, and staff at the Wegmans School of Pharmacy traded pharmacy coats for garden gloves and work boots during their annual Pharmacy Day of Service, held on Tuesday, April 11.

Fisher Food Pantry Helps Alleviate Food Insecurity on Campus The new food pantry helps alleviate food insecurity on campus.

05/01/2017 - St. John Fisher College has become one of the many colleges across the country to create a food pantry to help students who struggle with food insecurity and the anxiety about where to find their next meal.

Three Named Mary Ellen Milne Student Employee of the Year Three students were given Mary Ellen Milne Student Employee of the Year awards.

04/28/2017 - While St. John Fisher College has hundreds of students working on campus, only eight were nominated for the prestigious Mary Ellen Milne Student Employee of the Year Award by their supervisors, making them part of a select group distinguished by their outstanding service. The nominees were honored for their invaluable service to the College during a ceremony held on Tuesday, April 18.

Alumni Help Shape Students into Everyday Leaders Kristin ’00 and Rich ’01 Anderson sponsored a day-long leadership workshop for current undergraduates.

04/28/2017 - When Rich ’01 and Kristin ’00 Anderson were undergraduates at St. John Fisher College, involvement in campus activities was a way of life. Both were engaged in the Teddi Dance for Love (serving as emcees as seniors), served on the finance committee of the Student Government Association, and were resident assistants.