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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.

Members of the Fisher Community Make News Faculty and in-class peer colleagues from the First-Year Programs presented their work at the University of Connecticut's Twelfth Annual Conference on the Teaching of Writing

04/27/2017 - From published research to new appointments, Fisher community members continue to make headlines. Here’s a roundup of their latest successes and achievements.

Fisher’s PRSSA Chapter Receives National Recognition in PR Competition The Tom Proietti Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) received national recognition for their participation in the 2017 Bateman Case Study Competition.

04/27/2017 - St. John Fisher College’s Tom Proietti Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) received national recognition for their participation in the 2017 Bateman Case Study Competition for their public relations campaign, fisher 5 signs, which worked to raise awareness of mental health on campus, and was executed from February 20 - 24. This was the first year Fisher participated in the competition.

Markwick to Represent New York State in NP Association Laura Markwick

04/27/2017 - Dr. Laura Markwick, assistant professor in the Wegmans School of Nursing, was elected to serve as the New York State North representative for the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. In this role, she will represent all of New York north of New York City and Long Island.

Blaine Elected to Council on Undergraduate Research Governing Body Evan Blaine

04/27/2017 - Dr. Evan Blaine, professor of mathematical and computer sciences and director of the Statistical Consulting Office, has been elected to serve as a Councilor in the Mathematics and Computer Sciences Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).

Education Professor Honored by American Council for Rural Special Education Dr. Schultz won the Exemplary Program Award for Cross-Cultural Services for the program Rural Meets Urban.

04/27/2017 - Dr. Susan M. Schultz, associate professor and program director of the master’s in special education program at the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education received two awards at the American Council for Rural Special Education national conference, held on March 8-11, 2017.

Maples Elected to Rochester Area Literacy Council Joellen Maples

04/27/2017 - Dr. Joellen Maples, an associate professor in the Literacy Program at the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education, was elected vice president of the Rochester Area Literacy Council for 2017-2018.

Calimeris Publishes in Economics Journal Lauren Calimeris

04/27/2017 - Dr. Lauren Calimeris, assistant professor of economics, along with her colleague, Dr. Christina Peters, professor of economics at Metropolitan State University of Denver, published a paper in the Journal of Applied Economics.

Student, Faculty Present at Composition Conference Wendi Sierra

04/27/2017 - Service Scholar and Honors student Kyle Cataldo ’17 and Dr. Wendi Sierra, assistant professor in the English Department, presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) on Friday, March 17, in Portland, Oregon.