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First-Year Student Advocates for Mental Health, End to Violence in Rochester Isaiah Santiago

11/25/2022 - Growing up in Rochester and showing outstanding leadership and empathy for others, first-year student Isaiah Santiago was named Monroe County’s Young Citizen of the Year in June 2022.

Honors Program to Host Keystone Showcase A student gestures to their presentation.

11/22/2022 - On Thursday, Dec. 1, the St. John Fisher University Honors Program will host its Fall Keystone Showcase to celebrate and recognize Fisher Honors Scholars’ projects. The Showcase will be held from 5:15-7:30 p.m. in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Students Organize New Toy, Clothing Drive for Area Non-Profits A pile of cozy socks.

11/18/2022 - St. John Fisher University students are teaming up to collect clothing, toys, and toiletries for non-profit organizations in the Rochester area. Donation collection will begin on Monday, Nov. 28 and run through Thursday, Dec. 8; bins will be placed throughout campus. Donated items for both organizations must be new.

Scotland to America: Fisher Senior Follows Football Passion Cameron Dunn throws a ball during football practice.

11/17/2022 - Cybersecurity major and sport aficionado Cameron Dunn ’24 joined St. John Fisher University to play American football, a journey he made from his hometown of Livingston, Scotland.

Fisher Students Compete in Local Pitch Competition Theresa VanWormer ’23, Bryce MacPherson ’23, Ali Short ’24, and Suhaily Garcia ’24.

11/15/2022 - Four students from the Department of Media and Communication participated in a public relations bootcamp competition, The Pitch, hosted on Sunday, Nov. 6. The competition was sponsored by the Rochester chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and hosted at Dixon Schwabl + Company.

For Economics Students, CEL Courses Motivate Learning Dr. Clair Smith and his students at Tap Root Collective.

11/11/2022 - In an effort to provide students in his Environmental Economics course with meaningful opportunities to extend classroom learning, Associate Professor of Economics and Department Chair, Dr. Clair Smith, has incorporated several Community-Engaged Learning (CEL) projects into his syllabus.

Sport & Recreation Management: A Mission to Encourage Engagement with Nature Students in the sport management class.

11/01/2022 - In collaboration with Rochester Ecology Partners (REP), students in the Sport & Recreation Management community-engaged learning (CEL) course have spent the semester developing brochures for future park events and event programs to increase community engagement with the natural environment.

CEL Courses Elevate Student Learning Beyond the Theoretical Terence Gipson facilitates a CEL course at the Sibley Building in Rochester.

10/31/2022 - “In any community-engaged learning (CEL) project, I always expect to gain more knowledge than I contribute, and so far, I have never been disappointed,” said Dr. Terence Gipson, professor of public health at St. John Fisher University.

Fisher Professor Wins New York Emmy® Award Susan B. Anthony's grave is the subject of a documentary.

10/20/2022 - Rochester-based filmmaker Linda Moroney, an adjunct professor in the Department of Media and Communication at St. John Fisher University, received a New York Emmy® Award for her documentary film, “Women and The Vote.”

Fisher Announces Public Relations Major Public relations professor Arien Rozelle chats with a student.

08/17/2022 - This fall, the Department of Media and Communication at St. John Fisher University will begin offering a major in public relations.