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.
06/08/2018 - From May 30 to June 2, Dr. Jill Swiencicki, associate professor of English and interim director of the First-Year Writing Program, was a participant in the Rhetoric Society of America's Career Retreat for Associate Professors.
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.
06/01/2018 - Members of the Main Street Artists will host an exhibit at the Patricia O’Keefe Ross Gallery, located in the Joseph S. Skalny Welcome Center at St. John Fisher College.
06/01/2018 - On Friday, April 13, the Sport Management Department brought together future majors, current students, and a panel of alumni for the department’s second annual Launch Event.
05/24/2018 - This summer, the forest behind St. John Fisher College’s south campus will transform into an environmental learning lab, thanks to a new partnership with EarthWorks Institute.
05/15/2018 - Nearly 40 students from across disciplines were recognized during the School of Arts and Sciences Awards Celebration on Friday, May 11.
05/12/2018 - “You are fully equipped to face life’s challenges.” That’s the message Dr. George Lopez gave the 700 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students who graduated from St. John Fisher College on Saturday, May 12.
05/11/2018 - Dr. Ann Marie Fallon, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, will have a chapter included in The Cambridge Companion to ‘Robinson Crusoe,’ which explores the enduring popularity of Daniel Defoe’s 1719 classic, Robison Crusoe.