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Yearlong Project Builds Bridges between Fisher Students, Senior Citizens Students in Dr. Jonathan Millen's Science of Aging course work with seniors from the St. John's Home.

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.

Main Street Artists Show Work at Patricia O’Keefe Ross Art Gallery Art work by Christine Norris, a member of Main Street Artists

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.

Fisher, EarthWorks to Host Wilderness Summer Camps Three kids explore the forest during an EarthWorks camp.

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.

School of Arts and Sciences Celebrates Seniors Austin McDeid, Lindsey Heckman, Dr. Barbara Rockell, and Alexandra Lapointe

05/15/2018 - Nearly 40 students from across disciplines were recognized during the School of Arts and Sciences Awards Celebration on Friday, May 11.

Lopez to Class of 2018: Embrace Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge Two members of the Class of 2018 smile with their diplomas.

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.

Fallon Pens Chapter on Robinson Crusoe Ann Marie Fallon

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.

At Prelaw Event, Bob Duffy Encourages Students to Engage with Community Bob Duffy, former Rochester mayor and current president of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, speaks about the importance of civic engagement and giving back to the community.

05/09/2018 - The Prelaw Association and Political Science Club recently hosted Bob Duffy, former Rochester mayor and current president of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, to talk about the importance of civic engagement and giving back to the community.

Spring Issue of ANGLES Now Available An image of a boy with glasses serves as the art on the cover of the spring issue of ANGLES magazine.

05/09/2018 - The English Department announces the release of spring 2018 issue of, ANGLES, St. John Fisher College’s literary magazine.

Fisher Grad Selected as Buffalo School of Law Commencement Student Speaker Logo for the University at Buffalo School of Law

05/08/2018 - Christian A. Cassara ’12, an upcoming graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Law, was selected to serve as the student speaker at the School’s commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 20.

Rice’s Essay Included in Online Exhibit Mark Rice

05/04/2018 - A new, permanent, online exhibition curated by the Center for Art and Thought will feature a 2011 essay written by Dr. Mark Rice, professor and chair of the American Studies Department at St. John Fisher College.

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