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Grant Supports Development of Green Energy Curriculum Renuka Manchanayakage

02/01/2018 - Next fall, Rochester-area middle school students will have the chance to convert waste into biodiesel, thanks to the efforts of Dr. Renuka Manchanayakage, assistant professor of chemistry at St. John Fisher College.

Sarachan’s Play Selected for 2 Pages/2 Voices Competition Two actors perform Jeremy Sarachan's short play,

01/26/2018 - Jeremy Sarachan, associate professor and chair of the Department of Media and Communication, had his short play, “Still Cheese Runs Deep,” performed at the 2 Pages/2 Voices 2018 playwriting competition sponsored by Geva Theatre Center and Writers and Books.

Film and Speaker Series Explores Social History of Interracial Relationships The Supreme Court Building, located in Washington, DC, is the permanent home of the United States Supreme Court.

01/25/2018 - This February, a film series, talk back, and panel discussion will explore society’s perceptions of interracial relationships over the last century and a half.

Place Your Bet for Best Super Bowl Ad during February First Friday Lecture Dean Rama Yelkur and Dr. Kristin Picardo

01/23/2018 - Humor. That’s the element that School of Business Dean Dr. Rama Yelkur says will help Super Bowl LII advertisers emerge as the most popular on USA Today’s Ad Meter. Yelkur has spent the last 20 years drawing up the game plan for Super Bowl ad success, and will share her research during the February First Friday Lecture on Friday, Feb. 2, at 10 a.m. in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Fisher Student Named “Miss Finger Lakes 2018” Diana Marie Russo is crowned Miss Finger Lakes 2018

01/23/2018 - Earlier this month, St. John Fisher College student Diana Russo ’18 was crowned Miss Finger Lakes 2018. The pageant, which is part of the Miss America Organization, serves as a preliminary competition for Miss New York, held in June 2018.

Fionnuala Regan Appointed New Irish Studies Coordinator of Events Fionnuala Regan

12/21/2017 - Fionnuala Regan has been appointed the new coordinator of events for the Irish Studies program, starting on Monday, Jan. 1.

Biology Students Study Health of New York Streams Students in Dr. Chris Collins’ biology course studied stream invertebrates at the Ganondagan State Historic Site.

12/14/2017 - At the bottom of Great Brook, a small stream that runs through the Ganondagan State Historic Site, lay tiny little organisms called benthic invertebrates. This fall, students in Dr. Chris Collins’ biology course found that while these aquatic creatures may lack a backbone, they can reveal a lot about the overall health of the ecosystem.

Two Fisher Faculty Members Featured on WXXI’s “Connections with Evan Dawson” Jeremy Sarachan and Jack Rosenberry

12/13/2017 - Two professors from St. John Fisher College’s Department of Media and Communication recently served as guests on WXXI’s two-hour radio program, “Connections with Evan Dawson.”

Fisher Faculty Contribute to Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal Deborah Uman, Jill Swiencicki, and Lisa Cunningham headshots

12/13/2017 - Several St. John Fisher College faculty members contributed to the second volume of Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal, published early this month.

Sport Management Seniors Present Research Projects Student Joe Grannell discusses his research with Dr. Ann Marie Fallon, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

12/13/2017 - Eighteen Fisher Sport Management seniors breathed out a collective sigh of relaxation on Monday, Dec. 11, after successfully completing individual research projects as part of the program’s curriculum.