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Fisher Academic Programs among RBJ Reader Favorites A faculty member works with students in the classroom.

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.

Fisher Joins Call Endorsing Carbon Pricing as Solution to Climate Change During a brief ceremony on Wednesday, May 8, President Rooney, who was joined by Fisher students and faculty and representatives of Our Climate, signed an open letter urging state and federal lawmakers to proactively work to enact legislation that would put a price on carbon emissions and transition to a clean energy economy.

05/16/2019 - Dr. Gerard J. Rooney, president of St. John Fisher College, joined college and university presidents from across the country in endorsing carbon pricing for its economy-wide approach to lowering greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change.

School of Arts and Sciences Celebrates Seniors Dr. Kris Green presents an award to senior Robert Markwick.

05/12/2019 - Nearly 40 students from across disciplines were recognized during the School of Arts and Sciences Awards Celebration on Friday, May 10.

At Commencement, Fisher Alumnus Encourages New Grads to be a “Positive Force” Commencement keynote speaker William G. Clark addresses graduates.

05/11/2019 - More than 700 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students graduated from St. John Fisher College on Saturday, May 11. Their charge: find ways to make the world a better place to live.

Students Present at Statistics Conference Taylor Palermo shares her research with a conference attendee.

04/30/2019 - Nine undergraduates from the statistics and data science programs presented posters or papers at the UPSTAT 2019 Conference, held on Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27, at the University of Rochester.

Six Inducted into Science and Technology Hall of Fame In the Photo: Dr. Louis Pilato, Michael Lutz, Dr. Christopher Ullrich, Mrs. Kurz, Dr. Susan Berlin, Dr. Leonard Scinto

04/26/2019 - St. John Fisher College inducted six alumni into the College’s Science and Technology Hall of Fame during a ceremony held on Thursday, April 25.

New Members Inducted into Math Honor Society Matina Chanthavongsay, Emily Strong, Charles Petruzelli, and Nicholas Videtti hold a Pi Mu Epsilon banner

04/19/2019 - The Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics inducted four new members to the New York Alpha Sigma Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon this spring.

Fisher Faculty, Students Selected for Prestigious Research Grants Fisher science students Shane Rickard, Erik Akselrod, and Jordan Walker, who are currently conducting research with Assistant Professor Dr. Alexey Ignatchenko, will go to the Oak Ridge National Lab this summer to conduct innovative research on energy related technologies of the future.

04/10/2019 - Fisher science students Shane Rickard, Erik Akselrod, and Jordan Walker, who are currently conducting research with Assistant Professor Dr. Alexey Ignatchenko, will go to the Oak Ridge National Lab this summer to conduct innovative research on energy related technologies of the future.

Intergenerational Project Topic of May First Friday Dr. Marta Rodríguez-Galán and Dr. Jonathan Millen

04/08/2019 - Two professors at St. John Fisher College, Dr. Marta Rodríguez-Galán and Dr. Jonathan Millen, will offer a look at their “Bridges Across Generations” project as a part of the First Friday Lecture Series, which begins at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 3, in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Forum Explores Role of Health Information Technology in Addressing Public Health Priorities Dr. Michael Mendoza, the ninth commissioner of public health for Monroe County, and Dr. Karen Bell, director of the Center for Health and Care with JBS International will lead the discussion.

04/01/2019 - The St. John Fisher College Master of Public Health program will host a community conversation about the future role and potential of emerging health information technology as a critical resource for addressing patterns of basic health needs for both local and global populations. The event runs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, in the Skalny Welcome Center Board Room.