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Students in Community Engaged Learning Course Help Assess Diversity Efforts at Local School A signpost reads Diversity.

11/24/2021 - Mia Donohue, a sophomore public health and psychology major and Spanish and ethics minor, is getting an up-close look at how to assess an organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, thanks to the community engaged learning course, Culture and Inclusion. For Donohue, the course teachings and end of semester project have been enlightening and relevant to her everyday life.

$150,000 Gift Creates New Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program at St. John Fisher College Rebecca Pelino (center) with students from the School of Business.

11/22/2021 - A $150,000 gift from St. John Fisher College alumna and Board of Trustee member Rebecca Pelino ’86 will create a new entrepreneurship program in the School of Business.

Cross-Disciplinary Competition Hones Students’ Professionalism, Problem-Solving Skills Students participate in the PwC Competition.

11/01/2021 - This week, 33 students from across the College will participate in the annual PwC Challenge case competition hosted by PwC – an international audit, consulting, and tax service firm - an event that has typically only attracted business students in the past. But according to Erica Sysol, visiting assistant professor in the School of Business and the faculty member leading the charge for the 2021 competition, School faculty found a way to broaden the participant pool.

Show Off Your Research at Posters on the Hill Logo: Posters on the Hill

10/28/2021 - Fisher undergraduate students who conducted academic research are invited to submit their abstracts to Posters on the Hill 2020, sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).

Perfect Pitch Judges Offer Students Expert Advice The Perfect Pitch judges gather on a Zoom call with Dr. Monica Hodis.

10/21/2021 - On Thursday, Oct. 14, School of Business students in Dr. Monica Hodis’ class took part in a “Perfect Pitch” competition to gain experience in selling themselves when interviewing.

New Marketing Competition Makes AMA’s Conference a Notable Success Attendees of the AMA conference.

10/20/2021 - On Saturday, Oct. 16, the School of Business American Marketing Association chapter hosted its third annual regional conference at Fisher.

Catch Up with Fisher #2021: School of Business Student Then, School of Business Staff Member Now Emily Trotman

10/18/2021 - Emily Trotman ’21, a marketing major and communications minor, transitioned from chair of the Teddi Dance for Love and softball star to executive assistant to the Dean of the School of Business.

Fisher Well Represented in 2021 Forty Under 40 Melissa Greco Lopes and Chad DiBiase

10/06/2021 - The Rochester Business Journal has selected Melissa Greco Lopes, assistant director of marketing and communications at Fisher, and Chad DiBiase ’11, ’12 (MBA), as 2021 Forty Under 40 honorees.

Senior Shannon Munier Spent Summer as an Urban Fellow Shannon Munier and a colleague host a table promoting Generation Two.

09/30/2021 - Shannon Munier, a senior media management major and data analytics minor at St. John Fisher College, spent her summer with the Urban Fellows Program, volunteering more than 300 hours with Generation Two, a non-profit organization in Rochester that focuses on child-play initiatives to benefit childhood development.

New Faculty Join Fisher: Meet Two from the School of Business Yi Liu and Christopher Liucci

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.