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RBJ Readers List Fisher Programs “Favorites” Kearney Hall

06/30/2020 - St. John Fisher College academic programs were among those selected as “reader favorites” in the Rochester Business Journal’s 2020 Reader Rankings Awards.

A June of Jubilees Fr. Cylwicki (left), Fr. Graf (right).

06/29/2020 - This June, two beloved St. John Fisher College faculty members, Fr. Albert Cylwicki, CSB, and Fr. William Graf celebrate their 60th Jubilee of Ordination to the Priesthood.

Media and Communication Professor Featured in PR Publication Arien Rozelle

06/25/2020 - Arien Rozelle, assistant professor in the Department of Media and Communication, recently published an article that was included in the June 2020 “Managing Through Crisis” issue of Strategies and Tactics, a publication of the Public Relations Society of America.

#Fisher2020: From Student to Teacher Grace Windschitl ’20

06/24/2020 - As a Service Scholar, St. John Fisher College alumna Grace Windschitl ’20 spent three years working at Nazareth Elementary, a place she now calls her “second home.”

Physics Professor Publishes Two Papers Dr. Munawar Karim

06/18/2020 - Munawar Karim, professor of physics at St. John Fisher College, recently published two papers in academic journals.

Sarachan’s Film to Screen during Socially Relevant Film Festival A still image from the film, Active Voices: Gun Reform Activism in Rochester, N.Y.

06/12/2020 - St. John Fisher College Professor Jeremy Sarachan's film, “Active Voices,” will be available as part of the streaming version of the SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York, which runs from June 18 through June 28.

Chemistry Faculty Serves as Panelist at National Academies of Sciences Dr. Martínez-Hernández at the Albert Einstein bronze statue in the grounds of the National Academy of Sciences.

06/11/2020 - Dr. Kermin J. Martínez-Hernández, associate professor in chemistry, was selected to participate in the Ford Foundation Fellowship Physical Sciences Panel for the 2020 program year at the National Academy of Sciences held in Washington, D.C. this spring.

#Fisher2020: New Grad has Passion for Politics Dylan MacQuoid in cap and gown and mask in front of congratulatory banners.

06/10/2020 - When Dylan MacQuoid ’20 began his first year at St. John Fisher College, the United States was just two months away from the 2016 presidential election. A political science and media and communication major, there was no better time to be studying politics and civic engagement.

Fisher Student Recipient of LAGRANT Scholarship Riley Moscicki

06/05/2020 - St. John Fisher College student Riley Moscicki was recently named the recipient of a LAGRANT Foundation Scholarship. One of only 30 undergraduates nationwide chosen for the scholarship, Moscicki is a media management major at the College.

#Fisher2020: Legal Studies Major Ready for Law School Katie Smith in cap and gown.

06/03/2020 - In five years, St. John Fisher College alumna Katie Smith ’20 hopes to be either a criminal defense attorney or working at a private law firm. A recipient of the Service Scholarship, Smith was a legal studies and history double major with a minor in ethics.

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