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Summer 2019 News Archive

Kraft Named 2019 Chef of the Year Joel Kraft is the executive chef of Lackmann Culinary Services, Fisher’s food service company,

07/21/2019 - Chartwells Higher Education’s Northeast Division honored Joel Kraft, executive chef of Fisher Dining Services, as its 2019 Chef of the Year.

Creating Better Strategies for Research Mentorship A student discusses her research during the annual Research and Creative Works Symposium.

07/19/2019 - This summer, more than 30 students are participating in mentored research experiences through the Summer Fellows Research Program, RMAPI Fellows, and the Presidential Research Fellows Program. But, these undergraduates aren’t the only ones conducting research through the program.

At the Library, Privacy Rights Rule Kate Ross, Nancy Greco

07/18/2019 - Patron privacy is a core principle of ethical librarianship. To help crystallize what privacy means in the age of rapid information sharing, two librarians at Lavery Library created a workshop to help others “navigate the intricacies involved in protecting patrons from infringements.”

Future Pharmacists Get Up-Close Look at Profession Dr. Ramil Sapinoro (left) taught the students about antibiotics.

07/17/2019 - This summer, a small, select group of high school students from Young Women’s College Prep (YWCP) and Pittsford Central School District experienced an up-close look at pharmacy thanks to a first-ever summer camp hosted by the Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College.

#Fisher2019: Fisher Nurse Finds New Home in Cardiac Unit Maria Robles

07/16/2019 - After four years at St. John Fisher College, Brooklyn, New York, native Maria Robles ’19 is officially calling Rochester home.

Wittmeyer Presents at Family Business Workshop Dr. Carol Wittmeyer, visiting associate professor and interim associate dean in the School of Business, served as an invited presenter during a workshop offered by the North Country Center for Businesses in Transition.

07/15/2019 - Dr. Carol Wittmeyer, visiting associate professor and interim associate dean in the School of Business, served as an invited presenter during a workshop offered by the North Country Center for Businesses in Transition.

#Fisher2019: Fisher Grad Aspires to Higher Ed Career Channon Jamison

07/11/2019 - The transformative nature of a Fisher education can often be found in the close, quiet one-on-one mentorships between professors and students. That was the case for Channon Jamison ’19, who says an independent study with Dr. Patricia Tweet, assistant professor of sociology, had a “huge impact” on her.

Through Scholarship, Alesco Advisors Invests in Fisher Students A student in a classroom in the School of Business.

07/09/2019 - A scholarship fund at St. John Fisher College will receive a $250,000 boost thanks to the generosity of Alesco Advisors, an investment advisory firm located in Pittsford, New York.

Partnership with Slovenian University Sends Two Abroad Tara Sacco and Lori Dambaugh demonstrate the health assessment process.

07/05/2019 - St. John Fisher College professors Dr. Lori Dambaugh and Tara Sacco recently traveled to Slovenia to meet with faculty members from the University of Maribor Faculty of Health Sciences, thanks to a partnership between the central European university and the Wegmans School of Nursing.

#Fisher2019: Grad’s Career Off to Historic Start Jordyn Weller

07/02/2019 - For Jordyn Weller ’19, life after Fisher has been history in the making.

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