Spring 2020 News Archive

Biology Professors Create Maker Space for Students Fisher's Maker Space

04/20/2020 - Drs. Michael Boller, Fernando Ontiveros-Llamas, and Johnathan Millen, all biology professors at St. John Fisher College, are working to create a Maker Space on campus for students. The goal is to provide the campus community with workshop space to flex their creative muscles to design and build.

Fisher Students Take on Essential Jobs Just over a week ago, Mariah Doig began working at Lowe’s in her hometown of Durhamville, New York.

04/19/2020 - Several School of Business students are doing much more than staying home and taking online classes. They are going to work in essential jobs every day, helping the community stay safely at home.

Cardinal Connections – Far and Near Darienne Slocum

04/17/2020 - As a member of the Class of 2020, the Fisher family could not be more important to me. This includes my current student companions, alumni, faculty, and staff; all of whom have come together during this time to support each other, lift each other up, and guide each other.

Virtual Symposium Showcases Student Work A student shares research at the Student Research and Creative Work Symposium.

04/16/2020 - St. John Fisher College is continuing its tradition of celebrating the excellent work of students during the fourth annual Student Research and Creative Work Symposium. This year, the cross-disciplinary event will feature a new twist as undergraduate and graduate presentations of research, creative work, or products from internships, student teaching, service, and study abroad experiences will happen virtually on Friday, April 24.

St. John Fisher College Freezes Tuition for Upcoming Academic Year Kearney Hall

04/16/2020 - St. John Fisher College officials announced a one-year tuition freeze earlier today, confirming that the cost of attendance will remain stable for the upcoming 2020-2021 academic year.

Faculty Member Deployed by National Guard in the Midst of COVID-19 Bryce Bishop

04/16/2020 - Bryce Bishop has seen a lot. As a member of the National Guard, he has been deployed to combat areas before, traveling to Afghanistan, Iraq, Qatar, and Africa. This time, he’s helping to stop a different enemy on the health care front lines battling COVID-19.

Pharmacy and Public Health Intersect through Fellowship Joy Snyder in personal protective equipment for her work with the Monroe County Department of Health..

04/15/2020 - Through a uniquely created Wegmans School of Pharmacy fellowship program, Joy Snyder ’18 (Pharm.D.) has been able to integrate pharmacy practice into public health while simultaneously pursuing a master of public health degree at St. John Fisher College.

Political Action Club to Host Virtual Voter Registration Drive A button encourages people to vote.

04/14/2020 - In ever changing times, the Political Action Club (PAC) continues to remain an active club on Fisher’s virtual campus. While many of their planned events were canceled, they’re harnessing the connectivity of Zoom to hold a Virtual Voter Registration Drive, beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 16.

Community-Engaged Learning Course Develops “Kids on Campus Day” A student from Dr. Tweet's class works with a fourth grade student from School No. 20.

04/14/2020 - St. John Fisher College is known for serving the Rochester community. This dedication is often on display through the work of community-engaged learning courses offered each year, including Helping Professions in Action, taught by Dr. Patricia Tweet.

School of Business Taps 26 Students into Beta Gamma Sigma Select students were invited to join BGS during surprise in-class tapping ceremonies.

04/13/2020 - This spring, 26 students in the School of Business were tapped to join St. John Fisher College’s chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS), an international honor society for business students and scholars.

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