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Offering Students a Place to Connect - Megan Eddy ’19, ’20 (M.S.) Head shot of Megan Eddy

11/16/2020 - There isn’t an industry, sector, or profession that hasn’t felt the jolting changes caused by the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. But, it could be argued that education, in particular, has felt that disruption more than other entities, as teachers, administrators, students, and families experience new models of education together. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni educators who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.

Teaching the Why - Kimberly Brown ’16 (M.S.) Head shot of Kimberly Brown

11/16/2020 - There isn’t an industry, sector, or profession that hasn’t felt the jolting changes caused by the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. But, it could be argued that education, in particular, has felt that disruption more than other entities, as teachers, administrators, students, and families experience new models of education together. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni educators who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.

From Student to Teacher - Alivia Clark ’20 Teacher Alivia Clark smiling while working with a young student in a classroom

11/16/2020 - There isn’t an industry, sector, or profession that hasn’t felt the jolting changes caused by the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. But, it could be argued that education, in particular, has felt that disruption more than other entities, as teachers, administrators, students, and families experience new models of education together. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni educators who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.

A Champion and an Advocate - Dr. Lesli Myers-Small ’01 (M.S.), ’09 (Ed.D.) Head shot of Lesli Myers-Small

11/16/2020 - There isn’t an industry, sector, or profession that hasn’t felt the jolting changes caused by the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. But, it could be argued that education, in particular, has felt that disruption more than other entities, as teachers, administrators, students, and families experience new models of education together. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni educators who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.

Moving a School Forward, Brian Siesto ’10 (M.S.) Head shot of Brian Siesto

11/16/2020 - There isn’t an industry, sector, or profession that hasn’t felt the jolting changes caused by the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. But, it could be argued that education, in particular, has felt that disruption more than other entities, as teachers, administrators, students, and families experience new models of education together. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni educators who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.

Psychology Department Studies Problem Solving with Pets A dog tries to solve the puzzle.

11/12/2020 - At one time or another, most dog owners have found themselves chatting up their four-legged friends. They may have even ruffled their fur, and said aloud, “I wonder how much you actually understand?”

Honoring the Veterans Among Us Alexa Wade

11/11/2020 - On this Veterans Day, College News honors and thanks all veterans and their families, especially those who are members of our campus community.

Endowment Funds Student Internships in New York City Students in Fisher's Investment Club visit the Nasdaq during a trip to New York City.

11/11/2020 - St. John Fisher College alumnus and trustee Michael O’Conor ’78 has made a generous $100,000 gift to the College to establish the Pam and Michael A. O’Conor ’78 New York City Internship Endowment. The fund will support career-immersion experiences in the greater New York City area for Fisher students, including stipends toward living accommodations, subway passes, and other expenses.

Business Students Participate in Tax Challenge The 2020 Deliotte tax team and their advisors all on Zoom.

11/06/2020 - On Friday, Oct. 30, St. John Fisher College students participated in the 2020 Deloitte FanTAXtic Competition. To prepare, Lauren Robbins, Samantha Haines, Brian Norsen, Noah Campanelli, and LucyMarie Gaulin spent the past month researching a case study. With the help of a faculty advisor and a Deloitte tax professional, the students developed solutions to their case, and in the process, gained a better understanding of the real-world problems accounting professionals handle every day.

Be a Cardinal Champion Employees and Cardinal, Fisher's mascot, hold signs showing their Fisher pride.

11/01/2020 - St. John Fisher College will host its second Giving Day on Tuesday, Dec. 1. Help us make a difference by signing up as a Cardinal Champion!