Fall 2021 News Archive

Pharmacy Residents Provide Medication Safety Education to Students Resident students talk with third graders at Pittsford.

11/19/2021 - Wegmans School of Pharmacy residents Jennifer Rafferty, Tenzin Legdup, and Jennifer Chen visited third graders in the Pittsford Central School District to talk about medication safety and introduce them to the pharmacy profession.

Learning Community Course Hosts New Toy and Warm Clothing Drive A set of gifts.

11/18/2021 - This fall, students in the Learning Community course, Refugees and Race in Rochester, are hosting a New Toy and Warm Clothing Drive to benefit refugee families at Mary’s Place.

Overton-Healy Pens Think Piece for Association Blog Dr. Julia Overton-Healy

11/18/2021 - Dr. Julia Overton-Healy, director of career services, contributed a blog for the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Center for Career Development and Talent Acquisition.

New Curriculum Prepares Nurses to Care for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities A nurse checks a patient.

11/18/2021 - A new and first of its kind curriculum designed for integration into existing primary care nurse practitioner residency programs to improve the health care experience for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) has been developed by nursing faculty at the Golisano Institute for Developmental Disability Nursing at St. John Fisher College’s Wegmans School of Nursing.

COVID-19 Impacts and Your Job Search A person holds a sign that reads: We're Hiring.

11/18/2021 - COVID-19 disrupted what was once considered a “normal” life. Many industries have been forever changed. Some have thrived (healthcare, technology) while others nearly disappeared (travel, on-site retail). Ways of living, socializing, and learning have been forever altered and that includes how we work (or how we find work).

Fisher Football Celebrates a Milestone Three of Fisher football's founding members

11/18/2021 - In the fall of 1969, three Fisher students—Dan O’Connor, Joe Hazard, and Bill Brown—were busy creating something that would become a Fisher legacy: a football team.

Fall 2021 Seward Scholar has Passion for Social Media Kate Fitscher

11/17/2021 - This fall, the Department of Media and Communication selected Kate Fitscher as the recipient of the James E. Seward Scholarship.

Nursing Student Presents at Johns Hopkins Conference Kathleen Jarvis presents her research.

11/17/2021 - Kate Jarvis, BS, RN and current student in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program, presented her integrated review findings at the 10th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference.

Three Sibling Sets on Two Teams Adds Up to One Fisher Family The Collins sisters hold up the Empire 8 Championship trophy.

11/15/2021 - It’s not every year you’ll see a set of three siblings on the same athletic team. It’s even more rare to have two sets of three siblings on two teams. But this year, trios of siblings on the St. John Fisher College women’s cross country team and men’s soccer team bring new meaning to the term Fisher family.

Seeking #Fisher2022 Nominations for Countdown to Commencement Video Series New graduate Emma Pyrak receives her diploma during the School of Business Commencement ceremony.

11/12/2021 - With the Commencement clock already ticking, St. John Fisher College is seeking nominations for the 2022 Countdown to Commencement – an annual video series that features members of the graduating class who have made an impact during their time on campus.

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