12/07/2018 - This fall, Fisher’s Department of Media and Communication selected Alyssa Whitley ’19 as the recipient of the James E. Seward Scholarship. Carrying a $1,000 award, the scholarship honors Jim Seward and his 41 years of college teaching, 29 of which were spent at Fisher. The scholarship was established by former students, friends, and colleagues within the department when he retired in 2011.
12/06/2018 - St. John Fisher College’s Center for Sustainability launched a post-graduate internship program to support the recently established sustainability major, academic club, and strategic initiatives on campus.
11/30/2018 - On Wednesday, Nov. 14, St. John Fisher College students organized “We is for Equality,” an event featuring panel speakers who discussed the current climate surrounding equality in society.
11/28/2018 - This fall, Dr. Wendi Sierra, assistant professor and interim director of the Interactive Media Program, was invited to the Oneida Nation in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to deliver a lecture on her research as part of its Distinguished Scholar Series.
11/20/2018 - Dr. William Graf, associate professor and chair of the Department of Religious Studies at St. John Fisher College, will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of noted American Trappist monk Thomas Merton at the December First Friday Lecture.
11/20/2018 - First-year students in Maureen Barry’s Critical Reading and Writing Learning Community had the opportunity to skype with the author of an ethnographic study about homelessness in America.
11/19/2018 - Members of the Pittsford Art Group will show a collection of work during a six-week exhibit beginning this month.
11/16/2018 - Last week, The PRIMA Group hosted its fourth annual Meet The Media panel series on campus. An interactive student-led panel discussion, Meet the Media explores the relationship between public relations, journalism, and social media.
11/15/2018 - Five undergraduate biology students at St. John Fisher College were named winners of 2018-2019 TriBeta Research Grant Awards. In all, the students received grants totaling $2,900 in support of their academic research.
11/14/2018 - Since its inception, Crowdfunding@Fisher has helped the community come together to support causes they truly believe in. Launched in spring 2018, the efforts help groups of Fisher students, faculty, staff, and alumni raise money for college-based and affiliated initiatives and projects.