01/26/2020 - This week’s Countdown to Commencement features Allen Murphy, a biology major who was nominated by Dr. Noveera Ahmed, associate professor of biology.
01/24/2020 - The Special Collections at Lavery Library has contributed two photographs of Frederick Douglass for the 34th Bienal de São Paulo, organized by Fundação Bienal de São Paulo.
01/23/2020 - If you have a passion for helping companies and non-profit organizations communicate their missions, products, or brands across a range of media platforms, and a desire to advance in your current communications position, the online master’s degree in strategic communication program at St. John Fisher College is for you.
01/21/2020 - Dr. Lauren Vicker, professor of media and communication, was invited to be a presenter on a webinar sponsored by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. The topic was “Co-Curriculum Assessment Modalities across Accredited Pharmacy Programs,” and mainly detailed the results of a large-scale survey of pharmacy programs.
01/16/2020 - Beginning this month, St. John Fisher College’s Patricia O’Keefe Ross Gallery will exhibit a major collection of art from Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University.
01/09/2020 - A new scholarship fund at St. John Fisher College will benefit undergraduate or graduate students studying disciplines in the natural sciences, thanks to the generosity of alumnus Michael E. Haefner.
12/13/2019 - Lloyd Milburn’s poem “Blanket Dance” was published in the fall issue of The New Guard, a literary review. “Blanket Dance” was one of only 10 finalists out of nearly 2,000 poems.
12/10/2019 - This fall, the Department of Media and Communication selected Johairy Delacruz ’20 as the recipient of the James E. Seward Scholarship. Carrying a $1,000 award, the scholarship honors Jim Seward and his 41 years of college teaching, 29 of which were spent at Fisher. The scholarship was established by former students, friends, and colleagues when he retired in 2011.
12/10/2019 - Dr. Bruce Blaine, professor of mathematics and computer science, published a paper in the fall 2019 issue of Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR).
12/06/2019 - Matthew Kaiser and Evan Gundell, undergraduate biology students at St. John Fisher College, are winners of the competitive 2019-2020 TriBeta Research Grant Awards. In all, the students have received grants totaling $1,100 in support of their undergraduate academic research at Fisher.