Fisher News

Interlinking Passion and Career with the Help of an Internship Joe Morrell

02/08/2024 - Joe Morrell, a senior at St. John Fisher University, was offered the opportunity to intern with CITY Magazine, where he gets to talk about his passions: food and beverage.

Two St. John Fisher University Online Graduate Programs Recognized by U.S. News Aerial view of St. John Fisher University's campus in the fall.

02/07/2024 - Two online graduate offerings at St. John Fisher University were recognized in the U.S. News 2024 Best Online Programs ranking. The rankings evaluate online bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in seven disciplines offered by regionally accredited institutions.

Students: Submit Your Research to Fisher’s Academic Journal Logo - Soaring: A Journal of Undergraduate Research

02/06/2024 - Soaring: A Journal of Undergraduate Research is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming issue. The publication invites advanced undergraduate students to submit their research papers for publication.

$1 Million Gift Supports Lavery Library Renovation Dr. Ullrich addresses guests at his induction into Fisher's Science and Technology Hall of Fame.

02/05/2024 - When the newly renovated and modernized Lavery Library reopens in 2025, its new atrium space will bear the name of St. John Fisher University alumnus, the late Dr. Christopher Ullrich, thanks to a $1 million gift given by his wife, Betsy.

Countdown to Commencement: Mia Donohue Mia Donohue

02/05/2024 - Next to be featured in our “Countdown to Commencement” series is Mia Donohue, a student majoring in public health and psychology. Donohue was nominated by Dr. Marlowe Washington, senior diversity officer.

On Friday, Get Reddi to Dance with Teddi County Executive Adam Bello with students Emily Sullivan and Grayce Trimboli.

02/02/2024 - One of Fisher’s most honored student-led traditions will fill the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Athletic Center with music, laughs, dance, and most important love as more than 200 students participate in the 42nd Teddi Dance for Love.

Event to Spotlight Family Firm Leaders and Their Journeys to the Top Panelists Jack Doyle, Jon Spacher, and Kate Hildebrandt, and moderator Alexandra Justis.

02/02/2024 - This spring, St. John Fisher University’s Family Business Program will host Successful Family Business Succession Stories, a panel featuring three Rochester family firm executives who will share their journey from rising (next) generation to now generation leaders.

Medical Mission Provides Transformative Experience for Pharmacy Students The Wegmans School of Pharmacy team at the medical camp in India.

02/01/2024 - Two students and two faculty members from the Wegmans School of Pharmacy recently traveled to Pune, India to engage in the School’s annual medical mission with the India Connection, a nonprofit in partnership with Koinonia Ministry.

Cavanaugh Lecture Features Founder of Whose Land? Project James Levy interviews two individuals for his oral history project.

01/31/2024 - Public historian James Levy will deliver the Spring 2024 Cavanaugh Lecture at St. John Fisher University. Sponsored by the English Department, the event is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27, in the Golisano Gateway Midlevel, and is free and open to the public.

Golisano Institute Volunteers at Special Olympics Competition A Fisher nursing student shares information about the importance of hydration with an attendee of the competition.

01/30/2024 - On Saturday, Jan. 20, members of the Golisano Institute for Developmental Disability Nursing and students from the Wegmans School of Nursing volunteered at the Genesee Region Floorball Competition hosted by Special Olympics NY, the largest state chapter in the United States.