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Intergenerational Project Topic of May First Friday Dr. Marta Rodríguez-Galán and Dr. Jonathan Millen

04/08/2019 - Two professors at St. John Fisher College, Dr. Marta Rodríguez-Galán and Dr. Jonathan Millen, will offer a look at their “Bridges Across Generations” project as a part of the First Friday Lecture Series, which begins at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 3, in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Fisher, 540WMain Communiversity Collaborate on Frederick Douglass Exhibit A photograph of Frederick Douglass from Lavery Library's special collection holdings.

04/01/2019 - Through the month of April, reproductions of Frederick Douglass photographs will be on display at the Douglass Auditorium through a partnership between St. John Fisher College and local organization 540WMain Communiversity, located in the Susan B. Anthony District of Downtown Rochester.

Forum Explores Role of Health Information Technology in Addressing Public Health Priorities Dr. Michael Mendoza, the ninth commissioner of public health for Monroe County, and Dr. Karen Bell, director of the Center for Health and Care with JBS International will lead the discussion.

04/01/2019 - The St. John Fisher College Master of Public Health program will host a community conversation about the future role and potential of emerging health information technology as a critical resource for addressing patterns of basic health needs for both local and global populations. The event runs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, in the Skalny Welcome Center Board Room.

St. John Fisher College’s 65th Commencement to Honor Three Community Champions William G. Clark ’78, Hilda Rosario-Escher, A. Dirk Hightower

03/29/2019 - More than 1,000 undergraduate, master's, and doctoral candidates will graduate from St. John Fisher College during its 65th Commencement on Saturday, May 11. Before they cross the stage to receive their diplomas, the College will honor three individuals for their lifetime commitment to advocacy on behalf of the Rochester community.

Countdown to Commencement: Ali Dedicke Ali Dedicke with a friend at Teddi

03/25/2019 - Fisher was the last school Ali Dedicke visited in her college search, and like most students, she says she fell in love with the campus and the people during that visit and knew it was the school for her. The psychology major is our next featured senior in the 2019 Countdown to Commencement series, and she was nominated by Matt Berry, assistant director of freshman admissions.

Atlanta United Exec to Speak at Fisher’s Sport Management Program Annual Banquet Sarah Kate (Skate) Noftsinger

03/20/2019 - The St. John Fisher College Sport Management program will recognize Atlanta United FC, 2018 Major League Soccer Champions, as the 2019 Sport Organization of the Year during its annual awards ceremony.

Pulitzer Prize Winner to Speak at Fisher David Cay Johnston

03/18/2019 - Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter and best-selling author David Cay Johnston will present his lecture, “The Role of Media in 2019 America,” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, in Cleary Family Auditorium in Kearney Hall. Sponsored by the Department of Media and Communication, the lecture is free and open to the public.

St. John Fisher College Hosts Policy Simulation Conference Fisher students participated in the 2017 EuroSim.

03/18/2019 - This month, St. John Fisher College will play host to more than 150 students from across the world during EuroSim, a four-day conference that immerses students in the real-world of European policy-making.

Countdown to Commencement: Gabriella Kielbasinski Gabriella Kielbasinski

03/18/2019 - Gabriella Kielbasinski says as soon as she visited Fisher, she knew it was the college for her. The political science and Spanish major is our next featured senior in the 2019 Countdown to Commencement series; she was nominated by Dr. Sebastien Lazardeux, professor and chair of the Political Science Department.

Events Aim to Inspire Fight for Equality Poster promoting the Lifting Up The Roc(k): Resistance and Renewal in the Fight for Social Justice events.

03/11/2019 - For one full week this March, Lifting Up The ROC(k): Resistance and Renewal in the Fight for Social Justice, will bring activists, educators, writers, and performers to St. John Fisher College for a series of events that explore the life and legacy of Frederick Douglass, and through interactive discussions and presentations, will examine racism and inequity in Rochester and the larger society.