Contact Inclusive Adolescence Education

Katrina Arndt, Chair of Department of Undergraduate Inclusive Education (DUIE)
Office: RCW 109
Phone: (585) 385-7215

Adolescence Education Related Departments

Adolescence Education Related Departments

American Studies

American Studies is an interdisciplinary field established by scholars who were concerned about the future of the United States and who sought to discover what they felt made the United States unique among nations...

Political Science

Political Science is the disciplined study of politics in a variety of settings and dimensions...


History is the record of civilization. In its broadest sense, history should be the chronicle of men and women, their failures and accomplishments, from the beginning of written times to the present...


Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences


Biology majors at St. John Fisher College gain a contemporary view of living things at several levels of study: molecular, genetic, cellular, organismal, and ecological...


Physics faculty are active in both research and teaching, and their work is published regularly in the most prestigious journals...


Class sizes in the Chemistry Department are small. Each of the freshman courses and the sophomore courses typically has only twenty to thirty-five students, so students get a lot of individual attention...

Modern Languages and Cultures

(French, Spanish majors, French, German, Italian, and Spanish minors)


The English Department serves all Fisher students, from beginning through advanced, majors and non-majors....

Taylor Giarrizzo '13

11th grade teacher, University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men

Taylor Giarrizzo will be entering her second year as a teacher at the University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men, where she is an 11th grade ELA teacher. She started right after completing her master's degree at Fisher.

During her undergraduate education, she was a student teacher in the College's cohort program with the Greece Central School District, the district where she grew up. She said she learned an immense amount about teaching regarding lesson plans, strategies, content areas, and inclusion, which helped her every day in the classroom. She also said the program helped her develop her work ethic and that was priceless through her first year.

For now, she wants to stay in the classroom to teach. But her ultimate goal is to become more involved with the education system.

"At the School of Education, you are not simply a student, but part of a community of learners, including the faculty. The passion the faculty and staff have towards education is contagious and inspires you to want to make a difference in the field of education."

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