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St. John Fisher College Appoints New Dean of the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education Joellen Maples

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.

Ed.D. Graduates Share Leadership Research, Experiences Aerial view of St. John Fisher College's campus in the fall.

03/19/2021 - This spring, the Ed.D. in Executive Leadership Program has been hosting a leadership and research panel discussion series to serve as a catalyst for relevant leadership dialogue that impacts the community in areas of higher education, P-12 education, and health care. The series, facilitated by a program faculty member, features recent graduates who present their dissertation research to current candidates of the program.

Countdown to Commencement 2021: Abigail King Abigal King poses with Cardinal.

03/15/2021 - The next member of the Class of 2021 to be featured in the series is Abigail King, an inclusive adolescence education and English major with a literature concentration. She was nominated by Jen Pluretti, career and academic and planning advisor.

Fisher Receives Scholarship Support from Thiem Charitable Foundation Kearney Hall

03/08/2021 - St. John Fisher College received $125,000 from the Alvin F. and Ruth K. Thiem Foundation to support three scholarship programs.

Miller Smith Appointed to Fairport Board of Education Dr. Arlette Miller Smith

02/03/2021 - Dr. Arlette Miller Smith, a longtime professor in the School of Arts and Science and Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education, was recently appointed to the Fairport Central School District’s Board of Education.

Fisher Course Helps Teachers Master Best Practices in Online Education A wall in the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education Building reads: A great education starts with a great teacher.

12/09/2020 - **NOTE: The January 2021 Session has been postponed.**

Cardinals in the Classroom Collage of headshots of Lesli Myers-Small, Kimberly Brown, Brian Siesto, Gina Roselli, Megan Eddy, Matt DiGiambattista, Alivia Clark, and Tim Coon

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.

A Creative Approach to Classrooms - Gina Roselli ’12, ’15 (M.S.) Teacher Gina Roselli sitting behind a computer, smiling

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. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.

Bringing a Unique Perspective to Lessons, Matt DiGiambattista ’13 (MS), ’17 (MS) Matt DiGiambattista in camouflage uniform

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. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni educators who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.

Not Just a Teacher - Tim Coon ’09, ’12 (M.S.) Head shot of Tim Coon

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. This fall, Collegium is highlighting Fisher alumni educators who are letting their creativity fly in this new educational landscape.