School of Business News
Patrick McCabe and Steven Conway, St. John Fisher College students enrolled in the Doctor of Pharmacy/MBA joint degree program, recently won the first-ever Pharmacist Society of the State of New York Business Plan Competition, held on Sunday, Jan. 31, at the organization’s winter meeting in Saratoga Springs.
Five St. John Fisher College School of Business accounting students made history as the first Fisher team to win the national Deloitte FanTAXtic Competition, held Jan. 15 through 17, at Deloitte University in Dallas, Texas.
St. John Fisher College alumnus Jerome Underwood is half-way through an academic year as Rochester Institute of Technology’s 2015-2016 Minett Professor.
On Thursday, Dec. 3, the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) chapter from the School of Business hosted its first event, Learning from Industry Experts: Résumé Building from the People Who Read Them
As a St. John Fisher College School of Business marketing major and strategic communications minor, it’s no surprise that Alexis Verone ’16 earned a fourth place finish in the TEKsystems Outbound Sales Competition. Verone stood out among the 250 college students participating in the competition, which took place throughout October and November.
Sometimes, it’s not what you say, it’s what you do. That’s the lesson Jill Knittel ´94, ´03 (MBA), shared with undergraduates during the Women’s Leadership Series luncheon, hosted by the School of Business on Thursday, Nov. 19.
As president of St. John Fisher College’s Beta Gamma Sigma chapter, School of Business student Amanda Gabak’s November was anything but ordinary. Earlier this month, the junior accounting major joined more than 350 business students and professionals from 14 countries at the international honor society’s Global Leadership Summit.
For the first time in St. John Fisher College history, two teams of accounting students from the School of Business took the top two spots in a Deloitte FanTAXtic Regional Competition, held Nov. 7-8 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Jana Sacks, an associate professor of accounting and finance in the School of Business, recently published a new book, Elementary Financial Derivatives: A Guide to Trading and Valuation with Applications.
There are hundreds of online advice columns about how to shape your personal brand, but last week, more than 30 students, faculty, and staff from St. John Fisher College’s School of Business heard directly from one of the marketing industry’s best, when Sharon Napier ’83 delivered a lecture on the topic during the year’s first Women’s Leadership luncheon.