09/21/2018 - A workshop and keynote lecture hosted by St. John Fisher College will bring together local experts and business leaders to share ways that companies and organizations can become environmentally and ethically sustainable.
09/20/2018 - As a member of the Peace Corps, St. John Fisher College alumnus Daniel Douangratdy ’15 is one of the more than 3,000 volunteers teaching in 48 countries around the world.
09/13/2018 - This fall, St. John Fisher College welcomed 13 new faculty members to campus.
08/29/2018 - St. John Fisher College will expand its undergraduate degree offerings with the launch of two new degree programs in public health and sustainability.
07/10/2018 - St. John Fisher College has been recognized for its committed implementation of high-impact educational practices, earning its title as one of the nation’s 2018-2019 Colleges of Distinction.
06/21/2018 - This summer, Fisher students Derek Raux ’19 and Garrett Steiger ’18 will gain experience in the sport industry, thanks in part to the newly launched Student Experiential Learning Fund.
06/20/2018 - For a few weeks each summer, St. John Fisher College goes from college campus to football mecca with the arrival of the Buffalo Bills Training Camp. With its players and coaches, as well as its hundreds of additional personnel, and thousands of fans, it's a transformation. At the center of it all are Dr. Todd Harrison and Patrick Gordon, two members of the Sport Management Department who serve as conduits between the College and the Bills organization.
06/20/2018 - Academic research produced in the Sport Management Department has created several headlines this spring.
06/11/2018 - A hallmark of the sport management program continues to be the engaging internship and practicum experiences students have throughout the academic year.
06/06/2018 - During the 2018-2019 academic year, undergraduate students at St. John Fisher College will swap their life stories, play competitive brain games, and track their daily fitness and health goals, but they won’t be talking to each other. Instead, the Fisher students will be building bonds with senior citizens who volunteer with The Community Place of Rochester, thanks to a collaboration between two professors in the sociology and biology departments.