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Artists’ Talk, Reception Planned for “Urban Alchemy” Exhibit at O’Keefe Ross Gallery A large mural of Rochester's famous crows at the Urban Alchemy exhibit.

04/05/2024 - St. John Fisher University will host an artists’ talk and reception for the mixed media exhibit, “Urban Alchemy,” now on display at the Patricia O’Keefe Ross Gallery, located in the Joseph S. Skalny Welcome Center.

Networking Event at Innovation Square Supports Women in Family Business The Women in Family Business committee.

04/05/2024 - This spring, the Family Business Program at St. John Fisher University will host a networking event for women in family firms.

Fisher Students Advance in NYS Business Plan Competition School of Business faculty and students at the New York Business Plan Regional Competition.

04/05/2024 - On Tuesday, April 2, St. John Fisher University hosted the New York Business Plan Regional Competition, an annual event providing entrepreneurial students a platform to compete against peers from neighboring colleges and universities.

Transforming Lavery Library Architectural rendering of the renovated Lavery Library from Golisano Gateway

04/05/2024 - With its repository of research journals, teeming stacks of books, and archival materials, Lavery Library has served the St. John Fisher University for nearly 50 years, helping countless students, faculty, and staff accomplish their scholarly pursuits. Now, the University has begun work on a multimillion-dollar modernization and renovation to the library, the largest capital project both in scope and investment in the institution’s history.

Educational Leadership Faculty Serve as Education Experts, Leading the Way Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education Building

04/05/2024 - The M.S. in Educational Leadership, now offered fully online by the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education, has added a cadre of experts - including some alumni - as program faculty.

Library Staff Member Discovers Frederick Douglass Newspaper Issue Shannon Feeley poses with the issue of New National Era.

04/04/2024 - During the preparations for the renovation of Lavery Library, Michelle Price, special collections librarian, was organizing items for storage. Seeking assistance, she enlisted the help of Shannon Feeley, circulation supervisor, to sift through boxes containing regional newspapers. Amidst this sorting process, Feeley came upon a copy of the New National Era, a notable newspaper associated with Frederick Douglass.

Gift Ensures Longevity of St. John Fisher University’s President’s Residence St. John Fisher University's Presidents Residence

04/04/2024 - A $2.5 million gift to St. John Fisher University will ensure that its President’s Residence will continue to remain a gathering place for engagement with students, alumni, donors, and community members for many years to come.

Artificial Intelligence Comes to Fisher Image generated by AI with the prompt, What does AI in higher education look like?

04/03/2024 - The field of artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for decades, with some of the early work dating back to the 1950s. Largely the stuff of sci-fi movies and TV shows throughout the late 20th century, AI now is embedded in our daily lives in things like Amazon and Netflix recommendations, face ID on cell phones, and banking alerts based on prior purchases, just to name a few examples.

Service Day Sends Wegmans School of Pharmacy Out into Community Students sort books at the Hindu Temple of Rochester for the Wegmans School of Pharmacy Service Day.

04/02/2024 - A hallmark of the Doctor of Pharmacy program, the annual Wegmans School of Pharmacy Service Day brings both campus and online pathway students, faculty, and staff together to volunteer in their communities.

Pop Culture Critic Shares Career Stories with Fisher Community Fisher student Alayna Delice interviews pop culture critic Aisha Harris.

04/02/2024 - On Monday, March 25, St. John Fisher University’s Media and Communication Program welcomed National Public Radio (NPR) host Aisha Harris to campus. Harris is a co-host and reporter for NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour, and is the author of the 2023 book, Wannabe: Reckonings with the Pop Culture That Shapes Me.