09/20/2021 - In March 2021, a study published by TimelyMD found that 82 percent of college students said they continue to experience increased stress or anxiety. A new effort at St. John Fisher College seeks to support students in reducing stress and breaking down the stigma of mental health struggles on campus.
09/20/2021 - There is still time to catch two St. John Fisher College professors in the 2021 Keybank Rochester Fringe Festival.
09/18/2021 - After 18 long months, the St. John Fisher College Class of 2020 walked the stage for their official Commencement ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 18 during their first Alumni Weekend.
09/17/2021 - This fall, St. John Fisher College welcomed 18 new, full-time faculty members to the classroom. Over the course of the next several weeks, College News Highlights will introduce these newest professors by school. This week, we shine the spotlight on the School of Business.
09/16/2021 - In a continuation of her generous support of the Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College, nationally renowned pharmacist and entrepreneur Lucy P. Malmberg has given $500,000 to support student scholarships and educational technology.
09/15/2021 - This summer, juniors Lindsey DeBonis, Ashley Lippa, and Sam Acosta—all mathematics and inclusive adolescence education majors—were selected as recipients of the Noyce INSPIRE Scholarship.
09/15/2021 - Brandon Smith ’23 hopes to one day work for a major league baseball organization. That passion took him to Cape Cod over the summer where he completed an internship with the nation’s premier collegiate baseball league.
09/14/2021 - St. John Fisher College and Northeast College of Health Sciences (formerly New York Chiropractic College) have announced a 4+3 program which will allow qualified students majoring in biology at Fisher an opportunity to earn both their undergraduate and doctoral degrees in seven years, while minimizing the cost of their education.
09/13/2021 - 1,991 iPads, countless happy students. Over the last several weeks, the DePeters Family Center for Innovation and Teaching Excellence led a massive iPad distribution effort, all part of the iFisher: Next Generation Learning Initiative.
09/13/2021 - In 2017-18, when the Wegmans School of Nursing at St. John Fisher College was awarded two grants totaling $2.2 million to train students to respond to patients using an interdisciplinary approach, mental health was already a national crisis. Now, after nearly two years of isolation, fear, and uncertainty spawned by the COVID-19 pandemic, creating a workforce that is prepared to deliver the best possible care to those struggling with mental health is an even greater necessity.