09/21/2018 - St. John Fisher College will host a College-wide, two-day initiative, The Albatross Project, focused on sustainability on Tuesday, Oct. 9 and Wednesday, Oct. 10.
09/10/2018 - For the eighth year in a row, St. John Fisher College was included among the 300 top tier institutions in U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges 2019 feature.
07/19/2018 - Over the course of spring 2018 semester, Wegmans School of Pharmacy students and faculty worked closely with Mary’s Place to provide routine health clinics for refugees served by the community organization.
07/11/2018 - Dr. Anna Ratka, professor and associate dean of academic affairs at the Wegmans School of Pharmacy, was elected the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Pharmaceutical Research (APhA-APRS) as Science Basic Science Chair Elect.
07/10/2018 - St. John Fisher College has been recognized for its committed implementation of high-impact educational practices, earning its title as one of the nation’s 2018-2019 Colleges of Distinction.
07/10/2018 - Juliette Miller ’20 (Pharm.D.), was one of three pharmacy students from New York State to be selected as a recipient of the Nicholas Ciccarone Memorial Scholarship.
07/09/2018 - Dr. Alexander DeLucenay ’06, ’10 (Pharm.D.), associate professor in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy, was selected as the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York’s (PSSNY) 2018 Distinguished Young Pharmacist. DeLucenay was formally honored during a banquet and award ceremony as part of PSSNY’s annual convention.
06/14/2018 - Michelle Ubowski, a rising fourth-year student at the Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College, was recently awarded a highly selective Gateway to Research Scholarship through the American Foundation of Pharmacy Education (AFPE).
06/01/2018 - On May 12, the Wegmans School of Pharmacy officially conferred degrees upon its first Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy Studies graduates.
06/01/2018 - As a population, studies show that individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing are nearly seven times more likely to lack basic health information compared to the hearing population, leading to increased risk for illnesses including diabetes. One reason for the knowledge gap? A scarcity of resources and material in American Sign Language (ASL). That’s a problem two faculty members at the Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College are working to change.