11/05/2018 - St. John Fisher College student Alyssa Whitley ’19 was a member of the winning team in the 2018 PR Apprentice program. Whitley, a media management major at Fisher, worked on a team with students from the Rochester Institute of Technology, SUNY Geneseo, and the College at Brockport.
10/29/2018 - Starting in fall 2019, a new Master of Public Health (MPH) offered at St. John Fisher College will help health care professionals and administrators deepen their understanding of the health care needs and disparities within the community.
10/26/2018 - On Saturday, Nov. 3, St. John Fisher College will host TEDxSJFC from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Basil 135.
10/25/2018 - Stage and screenwriter Stephen Belber, known for his work as one of the writers of “The Laramie Project,” will deliver a lecture during St. John Fisher College’s 2018 Cavanaugh Reading Series.
10/25/2018 - St. John Fisher College faculty and staff members will offer short presentations along the theme of justice during the Fall 2018 Teach-In.
10/19/2018 - The School of Arts and Sciences has launched a student photography contest in conjunction with an upcoming gallery show, “The Art of Living in the Moment.”
10/19/2018 - Just in time for Halloween, Dr. Tim Madigan guest-edited the current issue of Philosophy Now magazine, which commemorates the 200th anniversary of the publication of Frankenstein, and its connection to philosophy.
10/12/2018 - On Thursday, Oct. 4, Assistant Professor of Media and Communication, Arien Rozelle, and seven students representing Fisher’s Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) traveled to Austin, Texas for the 2018 PRSSA National Conference.
10/12/2018 - The 2018 Loss Science Lecture Series at St. John Fisher College will feature genetics researcher Dr. Martha Susiarjo. Her lecture, “Genomic Imprinting as a Mechanism for Maternal-Fetal Health Programming,” will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25, in Basil 135 and is free and open to the public.
10/08/2018 - Dr. Greg Cunningham is an expert on the olfactory senses of birds, having researched how penguins, hawks, and seabird chicks react to different odors. In the next iteration of his research, Cunningham traveled to the Northwest coast of Costa Rica to work with professors from Veritas University to test how fish might react to the scent of a chemical in the water. For this trip, he brought along senior Jenna Keppel, a summer research fellow, to work alongside him.