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New Members Inducted into Math Honor Society Matina Chanthavongsay, Emily Strong, Charles Petruzelli, and Nicholas Videtti hold a Pi Mu Epsilon banner

04/19/2019 - The Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics inducted four new members to the New York Alpha Sigma Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon this spring.

Music Festival at Fisher to Benefit Local Homeless Program Roc for the Homeless 2nd Annual Spring Music Festival

04/12/2019 - St. John Fisher College will host a spring music festival, “Roc for the Homeless” (RFTH), at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 26, outside of Founders Hall. All proceeds from the festival will benefit Rochester Regional Health’s Healthcare for the Homeless Program.

College Search Website Names Fisher’s Sport Management Program among Best in Country 25 Best Bachelor's in Sport Management Programs

04/12/2019 - The sport management program at St. John Fisher College has been ranked among the best in the country by Bachelor’s Degree Center, a college search website that provides advice, resources, and rankings on traditional and online undergraduate degree programs.

Sport Management Banquet Celebrates Record-Setting Industry Executives Sarah Kate “Skate” Noftsinger (center), the Club’s director of marketing and fan engagement, accepted the Sport Organization of the Year Award on behalf of the team.

04/11/2019 - St. John Fisher College sport management students, faculty, alumni, and families joined together to honor Major League Soccer’s (MLS) Atlanta United FC on Friday, April 5, at the annual end-of-year celebration at Oak Hill Country Club.

Fisher Faculty, Students Selected for Prestigious Research Grants Fisher science students Shane Rickard, Erik Akselrod, and Jordan Walker, who are currently conducting research with Assistant Professor Dr. Alexey Ignatchenko, will go to the Oak Ridge National Lab this summer to conduct innovative research on energy related technologies of the future.

04/10/2019 - Fisher science students Shane Rickard, Erik Akselrod, and Jordan Walker, who are currently conducting research with Assistant Professor Dr. Alexey Ignatchenko, will go to the Oak Ridge National Lab this summer to conduct innovative research on energy related technologies of the future.

Sarachan Publishes Open Source Book on Coding Pedagogy Jeremy Sarachan

04/09/2019 - Professor Jeremy Sarachan, chair of the Department of Media and Communication and director of the interactive media program, edited an open source, online book, Coding Pedagogy. The book was designed and coded by senior Sean O'Leary.

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.

Nationally Recognized Poets Headline Women and Gender Studies Event Rachel Wiley and Siaara Freeman

04/08/2019 - The Women and Gender Studies spring event brought nationally recognized poets Siaara Freeman and Rachel Wiley before a packed audience on March 20 for an unforgettable reading on black queer embodiment.

Research Writing Alums Offer Students Advice Ranita Williams, Mark Walsh, Ally Wichtowski, and Julia Detmer shared their best practices in research, drafting, and revising.

04/05/2019 - The Research Writing essay is a fixture of the first-year student experience at Fisher. Research Writing 199 is taken in the spring of the freshman year, after the Learning Community, and serves as the foundation of the core courses and an important place that students develop their skills in college-level research, analysis, and writing.

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.