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NACM Up Career Leadership Collective Logo

06/15/2020 - Graduates from the Class of 2009 and 2014 were invited to participate in the National Alumni Career Mobility Survey (NACM) through fall 2019. The effort was in partnership with the Career Leadership Collective, a higher education solutions group seeking insights and career satisfaction from colleges and universities across the country.

Program to Help RCSD Teachers Create Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms Dr. Susan Hildenbrand addresses teachers during a conference on trauma-sensitive classrooms held in 2019.

04/27/2020 - Drs. Susan Hildenbrand and Donna Riter, professors and colleagues at St. John Fisher College’s Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education, are experts at training teachers and administrators about how to help students affected by trauma.

Palvino Communication Award Honors Two Sophomores Shefki Beha and Shannon Munier

04/24/2020 - The Department of Media and Communication at St. John Fisher College has selected sophomores Shefki Beha and Shannon Munier as the 2020 recipients of the Jack Palvino Excellence in Communication Award.

Miller Smith, Five Alumnae among RBJ’s Women of Excellence Dr. Arlette Miller Smith

04/05/2020 - St. John Fisher College professor Dr. Arlette Miller Smith, associate professor of English and director of the African American Studies program, is among the Rochester Business Journal’s honorees for the 2020 Women of Excellence awards.

Fisher Team Serves at the US-Mexico Border Over Spring Break A team of students and faculty spent their spring break serving those in need at the border of El Paso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico, volunteering with local human services organizations.

03/16/2020 - Like many of her classmates, Ashley Blaakman ’19 (Pharm.D.) chose a career in health care because of her passion for service. So it’s no surprise that a team of students and faculty from Fisher spent their spring break serving those in need at the border of El Paso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico, volunteering with local human services organizations.

It's a Small (Fisher) World After All Lindsay Mahaffey watches as her husband is sworn in by Greg Ford

03/13/2020 - Wake County, North Carolina, is the second-fastest growing county in the nation. So when Lindsay Hegyi Mahaffey ’04 and her family moved there in 2015, she knew fellow Fisher alumni who lived in the area. And that network has continued to grow.

Double Take Riley and Ripley Strong, Julianna and Angelina Gramuglia, Marissa and Alaina Sargalski

03/12/2020 - The Class of 2023 entered Fisher this past fall more than 600 students strong. Among those students were seven sets of twins. Yes, we said seven.

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.

Over Spring Break, Students Serve with a Smile Twenty-one St. John Fisher College students and four staff members served during an alternative spring break trip to Knoxville, Tennessee, through the Office of Campus Ministry.

03/10/2020 - Twenty-one St. John Fisher College students and four staff members served during an alternative spring break trip to Knoxville, Tennessee, through the Office of Campus Ministry. Emma Pyrak ’21 shares her experiences on the trip, engaging in service, learning, and friendship.