Skip to content
In Her Words: Fisher Student Aids Customer in Need Gillian Eppinger

06/12/2020 - Fourth-year pharmacy student Gillian Eppinger was completing her Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE) rotation at Hilton Family Pharmacy when a customer experienced a medical emergency. Drawing on the knowledge she has gained during her studies, she was able to jump in and help. She shares her experiences here.

Clinic Experience Helps Pharmacy Students Become “Team-Ready” Pharmacy students and medical students from the University of Rochester work together to treat patients at the UR Well Clinic.

06/08/2020 - For the last two years, students in the Wegmans School of Pharmacy have joined medical students at the University of Rochester, and community health care providers in staffing the UR Well Clinic.

Fisher Named a “College of Distinction” Logo: 2020-2021 Colleges of Distinction

06/01/2020 - St. John Fisher College has been recognized for its commitment to engaged, experiential education by Colleges of Distinction, which is celebrating its 20-year anniversary as a one-of-a-kind guide for college-bound students. Year over year, Fisher has consistently earned the designation as a College of Distinction.

Three from Fisher recognized as Outstanding Adult Student Awards A wall in the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Athletic Center reads: Fisher

05/20/2020 - Three students from St. John Fisher College— Gregory Bartholomew, Ina Buga, and William Maskrey —were recipients of the 2020 Outstanding Adult Student Awards given by the Rochester Area Colleges Continuing Education Association (RACCE).

More than 100 Students Honored with Academic, Campus Life Awards Faculty members from the School of Arts and Sciences cheer on award winners during a ceremony held over Zoom.

05/09/2020 - Each year, St. John Fisher College honors members of its graduating class who have achieved excellence in their academic studies and co-curricular pursuits.

Three Recognized for Research, Teaching Excellence Dr. Lipika Chablani, Dr. Sara Goodman, Dr. Shannon Cleverley-Thompson

05/09/2020 - This year, three members of the St. John Fisher College faculty were named recipients of the College’s most prestigious scholarship and teaching honors. The awards are usually bestowed during the College’s Commencement ceremony.

Get To Know: Preceptor Kyle Richards Kyle W. Richards

05/06/2020 - Dr. Kyle W. Richards has spent his career mentoring the next generation of pharmacists. Following graduation from the Wegmans School of Pharmacy, he engaged in a Post-Graduate Residency Year (PGY1) in pediatrics at Strong Memorial Hospital, before serving as a clinical specialist at the hospital for several years.

Made to Match: Record Number of Fisher’s Pharmacy Graduates are Residency Bound Wegmans School of Pharmacy Seal

05/04/2020 - The Wegmans School of Pharmacy has once again had a record-breaking number of graduates match in year-long residency experiences this year, a number that has only increased since the School’s first graduating class. In the Class of 2020, 28 students – more than a third of the Class - will participate in Post-Graduate Year 1 (PGY-1) residencies, training in medical centers, community pharmacies, and health centers around the nation.

Pharmacy and Public Health Intersect through Fellowship Joy Snyder in personal protective equipment for her work with the Monroe County Department of Health..

04/15/2020 - Through a uniquely created Wegmans School of Pharmacy fellowship program, Joy Snyder ’18 (Pharm.D.) has been able to integrate pharmacy practice into public health while simultaneously pursuing a master of public health degree at St. John Fisher College.

Answering the Call to Serve Dr. Keith DelMonte and several members of the Wegmans School of Pharmacy are volunteers with the Monroe County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) helping local health officials respond to COVID-19 cases in the area.

04/10/2020 - For the last month, members of the Wegmans School of Pharmacy have served with the Monroe County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) helping local health officials respond to COVID-19 cases in the area.