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Education Students Publish Children’s Books The Tutu Teacher Vera Ahiyya

11/30/2022 - The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education at St. John Fisher University is dedicated to influencing future generations of students and educators. Two students, Vera Ahiyya and Jenna Tremaine, have recently written and published children’s books in an effort do just that.

Fisher Filmmaker Writing, Directing Short Film Mitch Steedman shots part of his film,

11/29/2022 - Fisher senior, media and communication major, and avid skier Mitch Steedman has always had a passion for filmmaking and cinematography. “I always loved capturing myself and friends in action while skiing over Bristol Mountain,” he said. By combining his skiing hobby with his love for visual media, he found a career path.

Fisher Mourns Passing of Founder of First Generation Scholarship Program Charlie and Elaine Constantino

11/28/2022 - Beloved alumnus and founder of the Fannie and Sam Constantino First Generation Scholarship Program Charles A. Constantino ’61 passed away on Monday, Nov. 21, 2022. He was 83 years old.

Alumna One of First Women to Referee Men’s World Cup Kathryn Nesbitt. Photo Credit: Tim Clayton, Getty Images

11/26/2022 - St. John Fisher University graduate Dr. Kathryn Nesbitt ’10, a former member of the women’s volleyball team, made international headlines this month—making history as one of the first female referees in the men’s World Cup. She is one of six women refereeing in the tournament.

First-Year Student Advocates for Mental Health, End to Violence in Rochester Isaiah Santiago

11/25/2022 - Growing up in Rochester and showing outstanding leadership and empathy for others, first-year student Isaiah Santiago was named Monroe County’s Young Citizen of the Year in June 2022.

Fisher Celebrates Apple Distinguished Schools Designation Randy M. '75 and Susan White, Katie Sabourin, Eileen Lynd-Balta, and Kevin Railey.

11/23/2022 - On Tuesday, Nov. 15, members of the St. John Fisher University community gathered to celebrate its recent recognition as an Apple Distinguished School.

Sarachan Presents at Anti-Fascism Conference Jeremy Sarachan

11/22/2022 - Professor Jeremy Sarachan, chair of the Department of Media and Communication and director of the Interdisciplinary Arts program, gave a talk at Hofstra University in early November as part of the Anti-Fascism in the 21st Century conference.

Pharmacy Partnership at Rochester Farm Offers Valuable Insights Members of The Vineyard leadership team with students from the Wegmans School of Pharmacy. Photo Credit: Ria Tafani Photography

11/22/2022 - Calling it a “three-acre sanctuary,” Wegmans School of Pharmacy student Kelly Jenkins ’25 said you can sense the community and liveliness of The Vineyard farm as soon as you pull into its parking lot.

Honors Program to Host Keystone Showcase A student gestures to their presentation.

11/22/2022 - On Thursday, Dec. 1, the St. John Fisher University Honors Program will host its Fall Keystone Showcase to celebrate and recognize Fisher Honors Scholars’ projects. The Showcase will be held from 5:15-7:30 p.m. in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Fisher Among Six Colleges and Universities Piloting Mental Health Innovation A fall day on campus.

11/21/2022 - As mental health on college campuses continues to be a top priority, St. John Fisher University has joined with five New York colleges and universities to bring an innovative program to higher education with the goal of better supporting the well-being of their campus communities.