01/09/2020 - A new scholarship fund at St. John Fisher College will benefit undergraduate or graduate students studying disciplines in the natural sciences, thanks to the generosity of alumnus Michael E. Haefner.
12/10/2019 - Dr. Bruce Blaine, professor of mathematics and computer science, published a paper in the fall 2019 issue of Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR).
12/06/2019 - Matthew Kaiser and Evan Gundell, undergraduate biology students at St. John Fisher College, are winners of the competitive 2019-2020 TriBeta Research Grant Awards. In all, the students have received grants totaling $1,100 in support of their undergraduate academic research at Fisher.
11/21/2019 - Faculty members and students from St. John Fisher College were among the attendees at the first-ever Developmental Biology New York Conference, held at Ithaca College this fall.
11/14/2019 - St. John Fisher College was praised for leadership in environmental stewardship during the Seneca Park Zoo Society’s annual Environmental Innovation and Awards Symposium. Held on Wednesday, Oct. 30, the awards honored businesses, individuals, and organizations for promoting sustainability in the community.
11/13/2019 - In October, members of the Computer Science Club participated in the CyberSEED 2019 Cyber Security Competition and Conference. This was the first time Fisher students participated in a competition of this magnitude, where typical competitors represent schools like MIT, John Hopkins University, and Georgia Tech.
10/21/2019 - New Major Now Enrolling, Launches Spring 2020
10/17/2019 - Dr. Candice Gerstner, a 2006 alumna of St. John Fisher College, was among the recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
10/16/2019 - St. John Fisher College, in partnership with Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC), aims to alleviate the teacher shortage in high-needs rural districts through its newly created Noyce INSPIRE Scholarship Program.
09/13/2019 - This fall, St. John Fisher College students will see 13 new faculty members in their classes.