01/22/2021 - For students in the MBA program at St. John Fisher College, a defining experience is the Capstone Project. Teams of students serve as consultants, working with businesses in the region to deliver high quality, innovative, and appropriate recommendations to address an issue or opportunity identified by the client.
01/22/2021 - An article written by Dr. Carol Wittmeyer, interim dean of the School of Business, and Dr. David Kunsch, associate professor of strategy, will be published in the newest issue of Shoe Retailing Today, a publication of the National Shoe Retailers Association.
01/21/2021 - Dr. Joy Snyder ’18 (Pharm.D.) was recently tapped to serve as chief pharmacist for the Monroe County Department of Public Health. In this newly created role in the Department, Snyder will help oversee county vaccination efforts and outreach projects that use her skills in both pharmacy and public health.
01/20/2021 - Dr. Lauren Vicker, a longtime professor in the Department of Media and Communication, and Dr. Tim Franz, professor of psychology, have collaborated to write and publish a book, Making Team Projects Work: A Resource for High School and College Educators.
01/19/2021 - Earlier this month, eight staff members in Fisher’s Health and Wellness Center were immunized with the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
01/19/2021 - St. John Fisher College students planning the 2021 Teddi Dance for Love have a passionate advocate in their corner as they prepare for a dance like the College has never seen. Deanna Dewberry, News10NBC anchor and consumer investigative reporter, will serve as the 24-hour dance-a-thon’s honorary chair, cheering on the students as they raise money to benefit Camp Good Days and Special Times during the first-ever virtual event.
01/04/2021 - St. John Fisher College has organized a series of seminars throughout the month of January in response to students interested in looking for ways to continue to connect and engage with each other and members of the faculty and staff through the extended break.