Fisher’s Center for Student Research and Creative Work Featured in National Publication
The Center for Student Research and Creative Work at St. John Fisher College was recently featured in the Center for Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS) newsletter.
The ARIS Center was founded in 2018 after the National Science Foundation awarded a $5.2 million grant to its development. They work with scientists and engagement practitioners to build capacity, advance scholarship, grow partnerships, and provide resources to help them engage with and demonstrate the impact of research in their communities.
The article, written by Dr. Kristin Picardo, professor of biology and director of the Center for Student Research and Creative Work, talks about the work done in the Center and details the College’s Summer Fellows Research Program, which provides professional development and research opportunities for undergraduate students at Fisher.