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Cardinal Quirks: Dr. Tim Franz Dr. Tim Franz on ski patrol

03/11/2020 - Dr. Tim Franz is certainly busy in his role as professor of psychology at Fisher. Franz is sought out as an expert in social behavior, work motivation, applied research methods, and group/team psychology, and has been quoted in several newspapers and magazines, including USA Today. In addition, he has authored a book on team development and articles for two dozen peer-reviewed publications.

Aluminations Winter 2020 Book covers for Palvino and Cutillo books

03/10/2020 - A radio broadcasting icon and print journalism veteran share their stories.

Fisher Announces Early Acceptance Partnership with LECOM Official Seal for LECOM

03/09/2020 - St. John Fisher College and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) have announced affiliation agreements providing select undergraduate students at Fisher early provisional acceptance into LECOM’s School of Dental Medicine and College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Countdown to Commencement 2020: C.J. Wild C.J. Wild

03/08/2020 - Meet C.J. Wild, this week’s featured senior in the Countdown to Commencement series. The philosophy and religious studies major is the first to be nominated by three members of the Fisher faculty and staff: Dr. Tim Madigan, professor and chair of philosophy and classical studies; Fr. William Graf, associate professor and chair of religious studies; and Matt Berry, assistant director of freshman admissions.

Fisher Student Goes Above and Beyond in Internship Jackie Adamo (pictured left) at the PGA Championship.

03/04/2020 - Go above and beyond with anything you are asked to do. That’s the lesson Jackie Adamo learned while serving as an intern with the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship over the summer.

Loss Lecture Explores New Golden Age of Manuscript Studies Roger Easton working at Cambridge.

03/03/2020 - Dr. Roger L. Easton, Jr., a faculty member at the Rochester Institute of Technology, will present the lecture, "Modern Imaging Technologies and a New Golden Age of Manuscript Studies," at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Meet the EcoReps: Sustainability Superheroes Fisher’s EcoReps are smart, savvy, sustainability-focused students intent on educating the campus community about how to be more environmentally conscious.

02/24/2020 - Green Girl! Captain Carbon! Compost Queen! Meet the EcoReps, Fisher’s new set of superheroes on campus, committed to saving the environment through sustainability efforts.

Raising Flags and Awareness on Campus A new art installation in Pioch Hall highlights recent efforts to create a welcoming and inclusive environment on campus.

02/20/2020 - A new art installation in Pioch Hall highlights recent efforts to create a welcoming and inclusive environment on campus. The project consists of a series of flag-inspired panels representing inclusion, patriotism, and compassion in the context of the many intersectional communities at Fisher. This creative undertaking is just one result of ongoing interdepartmental diversity and inclusion work at the College.

Graduates of 2019 Report Successful “First Destinations” Jordyn Weller in cap and gown.

02/19/2020 - Graduates from the Class of 2019 are finding success in their lives after Fisher, according to results from the First Destinations Survey (FDS) administered by the College annually to all bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree recipients.

Executive Interns Go Behind-the-Scenes at Fisher The 2019-2020 Executive Interns (from left to right) are Tyler Adams, Darienne Slocum, Cassidy Bell, Madison Byrne, Erica Schultz, and Matthew Jeffries.

02/17/2020 - Tyler Adams ’20, a management major at St. John Fisher College, is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of Fisher Forward, the College’s largest comprehensive fundraising campaign.