03/26/2021 - For the past 15 years, Fisher’s Media Services Team Leader Matt Miller ’14 has been providing media support for the Teddi Dance, a role that took on a new level of significance in 2021.
03/26/2021 - There were dancers, large screens, and signage strewn around the space. There were balloons, sashes, and stuffed teddy bears donned in this year’s t-shirt. And the group was back where it all began – in Cleary Auditorium – on a cold February weekend, all in the name of love.
03/26/2021 - Dave Roberts wants you and your family to have fun, learn a lot, and leave campus with a positive feeling when you visit Fisher for a tour. As Fisher’s senior associate director of freshman admissions and athletic recruitment, it is something he strives for every day, and it brings results. He has helped recruit the largest freshmen classes in College history during his nearly 20 years at Fisher.
03/26/2021 - Sean Farnsworth ’05, director of Sports Information, shares the history of women in sport at Fisher.
03/26/2021 - Following steadfast support for New York’s colleges and universities throughout the pandemic, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer has announced that the recently-signed American Rescue Plan includes an estimated $2.6 billion for New York’s public, private, and proprietary institutions of higher education.
03/25/2021 - The St. John Fisher College Accounting Alumni Society will gather virtually with faculty, staff, students, and alumni to celebrate the program’s success during the 31st Annual Accounting Awards.
03/25/2021 - On Wednesday, April 7, St. John Fisher College will host a daylong symposium exploring the intersections between social media and democracy.
03/24/2021 - Andrew Keyt, the executive director of the Family Business Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business and third-generation family business owner, kicked off the spring programming for Fisher’s School of Business Family Business Initiative during a webinar on Tuesday, March 23.
03/23/2021 - The transition from college to a full-time job opportunity can be challenging for soon-to-be graduates, especially during a global pandemic. In fact, it’s estimated that the average time for a May 2021 graduate to find a job is nine months. Thankfully, the Center for Career and Academic Planning (CCAP) is here to ease that process for Fisher students.
03/22/2021 - After a nationwide search, St. John Fisher College has appointed Dr. Joellen Maples as the dean of the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education. Maples will officially begin her role at the College on July 1 after having served as interim dean since January 2020.