Spring 2019 News Archive
06/21/2019 - Statistics show that many young companies can struggle to meet their cash flow obligations, often leading to closure within the first few years.
05/31/2019 - St. John Fisher College academic programs were among those selected as “reader favorites” in the Rochester Business Journal’s 2019 Reader Rankings Awards.
05/30/2019 - After four years of coursework at St. John Fisher College, Ranking Scholar Awardee Anthony Scarcelli earned one of the highest cumulative grade point averages among the Class of 2019. So, when he calls the education he received at Fisher priceless, he knows what he’s talking about.
05/29/2019 - For the second year in a row, St. John Fisher College has been included in College Factual’s 2019 Top Colleges for Veterans: Nationwide as well as national and state rankings for Best Business Administration & Management Programs for Veterans.
05/29/2019 - Jonathan Schott ’02, assistant director of campus ministry, was ordained a permanent deacon by Bishop Salvatore R. Matano during a ceremony held at Sacred Heart Cathedral on Saturday, May 25. The following day, at the Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great, the Fisher alumnus served and preached during his first Mass as deacon.
05/28/2019 - Sophomore Kyle Rollins cemented his legacy in St. John Fisher College track and field history when he won the high jump and became a national champion during the NCCA Outdoor National Championships held Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25.
05/24/2019 - The Strategic Communication program at St. John Fisher College presents, “Agency Life: Working and Thriving in the Field of Strategic Communication,” featuring Lauren Dixon and Mike Schwabl. The talk runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5, at Dixon Schwabl (1595 Moseley Road, Victor, NY 14564).
05/24/2019 - Rochester-based filmmaker Linda Moroney, an adjunct professor in the Department of Media and Communication at St. John Fisher College, received a 2019 New York Emmy® Award for the documentary feature, “TURN THE PAGE.”
05/23/2019 - In Navajo culture, it is disrespectful to point at people and looking elders directly in the eye is considered rude. That’s information Melissa Kenney ’19, a recent graduate of the Wegmans School of Nursing, learned through her senior preceptorship at the Kayenta Health Center, located on the Navajo Reservation.
05/22/2019 - After four years of hard work, Britni Martin ’19 was excited to walk across stage during St. John Fisher College’s Commencement ceremony.