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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.

20th Annual Philosophy Day Explores Marshall McLuhan’s “Spiritual Vision” Marshall McLuhan speaks at Fisher's Commencement ceremony.

11/08/2022 - St. John Fisher University will celebrate Philosophy Day with the theme, “Marshall McLuhan’s Spiritual Vision for a Virtual Age,” to be held from 2:30 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the Golisano Gateway Midlevel.

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.

Memoir serves as an Investigation of Masculinity and Life Stephen West

10/28/2022 - Stephen West, a visiting assistant professor of English at St. John Fisher University, holds interests in creative writing, visual art, contemporary literary publishing, gender, and masculinity, concepts that intersect in his new memoir, Soft-Boiled, published by Kelson Books this summer.

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.”

Cavanaugh Lecture to Consider Social Norms and Interactions Author Reina White

10/12/2022 - Author Renia White will deliver the Fall 2022 Cavanaugh Lecture at St. John Fisher University at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, in the Golisano Gateway Midlevel. The lecture is sponsored by the Cavanaugh Fund and English Department.

From Class Papers to Citizenship Papers: Fisher Student Earns U.S. Citizenship Jane Snyder and Claudia Lola

10/04/2022 - Faculty members at St. John Fisher University pride themselves on the personal connections they make with students. Their mission is to help students appreciate all that there is in education. Dr. Jane Snyder from the School of Arts and Sciences is a prime example.

St. John Fisher University Named Apple Distinguished School Students use their iPad during class.

10/03/2022 - St. John Fisher University has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2022-2025 for its iFisher: Next Generation Learning Initiative. Designed to enhance teaching and learning at the University, iFisher is an extension of the institution’s commitment to providing students with transformative experiences designed to help them achieve their educational goals and early career outcomes.

Fisher Honors Alumni for Commitment to Communities Fisher honored several graduates during the Alumni Awards Ceremony.

09/25/2022 - St. John Fisher University honored 15 graduates at a special luncheon and ceremony during Alumni Weekend. The celebration recognized Dean’s Medal recipients from each of the five Schools and graduates of the last decade with the Ten Under 10 Awards.