Arts and Sciences News and Events

Course Introduces Students to PR’s Role in Rochester Social Justice Efforts Public relations students at the Susan B. Anthony Museum and House.

04/10/2023 - This spring, students in Professor Arien Rozelle’s public relations course are learning that when it comes to civil rights and social justice, “it happened here.”

Series of Talks Explore “Ins and Outs” of Human Organ Donation Logo: National Donate Life Month

04/05/2023 - In commemoration of National Donate Life Month, St. John Fisher University will host, “The Ins and Outs of Human Organ Donation,” a series of talks designed to raise awareness of organ donation, and the systems around the country to support organ donation and transplantation.

First Friday Lecture Series Returns in April William Graf

03/31/2023 - The First Friday Lecture Series returns this spring as Rev. William Graf delivers the talk, “Who was John Fisher?” on Friday, April 14 (this month’s lecture is delayed one week due to Friday, April 7 being Good Friday).

English Department Chair Examines Criminality in New Book Stephen Brauer

03/30/2023 - Dr. Stephen Brauer, associate professor and chair of the Department of English, has released a book titled Criminality and the Modern: Contingency and Agency in Twentieth-Century America.

Students Expand Networks in New York City Cardinal Courier advisor Khari Demos and students Erin Dickinson ’24, Mallory Schake ’25, Lejla Zornic ’25, and Nya Robinson ’23 in New York City.

03/30/2023 - Members of the St. John Fisher University Investment Club and Cardinal Courier had the chance to travel to New York City over the recent spring break. Students, faculty, and staff from both organizations attended professional development events and conferences and were able to network with industry peers and long-time professionals.

Sport Management Goes International Sport Management students visit Manchester City stadium.

03/28/2023 - Students and faculty from the Sport Management course International Cultures and Sport recently had the opportunity to broaden their horizons by embarking on a trip to the United Kingdom and Ireland. The group visited several professional sports facilities located in Ireland, Scotland, and England, gaining valuable insights into the operations of some of the world’s most famous and successful sports clubs.

2023 Faith in Action Lecture Series Features Advocates for Ending Hunger Robert Egger and Alexander Justice Moore

03/28/2023 - Food justice activists Robert Egger and Alexander Justice Moore will deliver a keynote address during the 2023 Donald L. and Marilyn B. Muench Faith in Action Lecture Series. Their lecture, “From Charity to Change,” will explore food scarcity and detail their experiences helping to battle hunger and poverty. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, in Cleary Family Auditorium.

Applications for Summer Fellows Research Program Due April 7 A student conducts research in a lab.

03/27/2023 - Undergraduate students at St. John Fisher University looking for opportunities to engage in faculty-mentored research projects are invited to apply for the Summer Fellows Research Program.

Countdown to Commencement 2023: Kurt Schulz Kurt Schultz (far right) jumps with a group of friends and Cardinal in front of the new St. John Fisher University sign at the campus entrance.

03/27/2023 - Inclusive adolescence education and English double major Kurt Schultz is the next member of the Class of 2023 to be featured in the “Countdown to Commencement” series. Schultz was nominated by Molly Place, admissions counselor.

Countdown to Commencement 2023: Micaela Brigida Micaela Brigida

03/20/2023 - Political science major international studies minor Micaela Brigida is the next member of the Class of 2023 to be featured in the “Countdown to Commencement” series. Brigida was nominated by Jonathan Schott, assistant director, in the Office of Campus Ministry.

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