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Members of the Fisher Community Make News

December 13, 2019

Fisher faculty members, students, and alumni made headlines publishing articles, participating in competitions, and serving as subject matter experts. Here is a snapshot of news they generated.

Drs. Daryl Hurd, Ed Freeman, Janet Lighthouse, and Todd Camenisch attended the conference with seven undergraduate students.

Academic Scholarship

Faculty members and students from St. John Fisher College were among the attendees at the first-ever Developmental Biology New York Conference, held at Ithaca College this fall. Read More: Students, Faculty Attend Biology Conference

Dr. Bruce Blaine, professor of mathematics and computer science, published a paper in the fall 2019 issue of Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR). Read More: Blaine Publishes in CUR Journal

Michelle Price, outreach and science librarian, served as a 24-hour Ask Me Anything expert for the Society of Critical Care Medicine - Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology Section. For 24 hours, Price joined a pharmacist in addressing questions regarding Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. Read More: Price Serves as 24-Hour AMA Expert

Lloyd Milburn’s poem “Blanket Dance” was published in the fall issue of The New Guard, a literary review. “Blanket Dance” was one of only 10 finalists out of nearly 2,000 poems. Read More: Faculty Member’s Poem Chosen for Publication

David MacGregor, an adjunct professor of history and international studies, gave a talk to the Canandaigua chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Read More: MacGregor Gave Talk on Revolutionary War

The APA Monitor, a magazine produced by the American Psychological Association, recently profiled a community-engaged learning project designed by Drs. Kimberly McClure Brenchley, associate professor of psychology, and Lynn Donahue, assistant director of the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement. Read More: American Psychological Association Magazine Features Fisher Project


In October, members of the Computer Science Club participated in the CyberSEED 2019 Cyber Security Competition and Conference. Read More: Computer Science Club Participates in Competition

Jack Palvino, a member of the pioneer Class of 1955 and 33-year member of the Board of Trustees, recently published a new book, Off the Air. Read More: Palvino Pens Broadcast Memoir