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Basketball Teams to Hold Toy Drive during Crosstown Shootout Toy Drive to Benefit Mary's Place during the annual Mark’s Pizzeria Crosstown Shootout.

12/04/2018 - With the holidays quickly approaching, the St. John Fisher College men’s and women’s basketball teams need your help as the Cardinals, along with teams from Nazareth College, the University of Rochester, and Rochester Institute of Technology, hold a toy drive as part of the third annual Mark’s Pizzeria Crosstown Shootout.

Kearney Hall Spire Restoration Honored by Landmark Society Kearney Hall Spire

11/30/2018 - St. John Fisher College was given a 2018 Award of Merit by the Landmark Society of Western New York for its renovation of the Kearney Hall Spire. The College was honored during the organization’s annual awards presentation on Sunday, Nov. 11.

Fisher Students Host “We is for Equality” Event Allison Baird and Natalie Gates

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.

Sierra Shares Research through Oneida Nation Distinguished Scholar Series Dr. Wendi Sierra

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.

Dollinger Honored by American Nurses Association Marilyn Dollinger

11/20/2018 - Dr. Marilyn Dollinger, professor and executive associate dean in the Wegmans School of Nursing, was given the Policy and Service Award by the New York chapter of the American Nurses Association. She was formally honored during the Association’s annual meeting held in Albany, New York, on Friday, Oct. 19.

Fr. Graf to Deliver December First Friday Lecture William Graf

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.

Six Questions with Young Adult Literature Expert Joellen Maples Joellen Maples

11/20/2018 - This fall, the New York State English Council named Dr. Joellen Maples its collegiate 2018 Educator of Excellence. The Council, which brings together language arts educators at all levels pre-K through college to offer professional development and share best practices, praised Maples for her leadership in the classroom, mentorship of teachers new to the profession, and for inspiring her students to become skillful readers and writers.

Skype Connects Students with Author H. Luke Shaefer

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.

O’Keefe Ross Gallery Hosts Pittsford Art Group Show and Sale Work by a member of the Pittsford Art Group.

11/19/2018 - Members of the Pittsford Art Group will show a collection of work during a six-week exhibit beginning this month.

Five Things Fisher Students Learned Through Meet the Media Members of PRIMA pose with local reporters and media professionals during their annual Meet the Media sessions.

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.