Contact the Grants Office

Director: Maya Temperley
Phone: (585) 899-3828
Email: mtemperley@sjfc.edu


Assistant Director:
Sara Vinch
Phone: (585) 385-8247
Email: svinch@sjfc.edu

Office of Corporate, Foundation & Government Relations

Welcome to the Office of Corporate, Foundation & Government Relations. Our mission is to support St. John Fisher College in securing grant funding from foundations, corporations, and government sources. We assist faculty in meeting their funding needs by guiding them through the grant submission process—from evaluating grant opportunities to reviewing and editing proposal drafts.

If you are interested in securing funding for a program or research project, please complete the Intent to Submit a Grant Proposal form. The Grants Office will contact you after reviewing your proposal.


Grants News

 

Bank of America Continues Support for Fisher’s College Club Program

Bank of America Continues Support for Fisher’s College Club Program

09/15/2016

St. John Fisher College’s Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education was recently awarded a $7,500 grant from Bank of America, continuing its support for Fisher’s after-school extracurricular College Club program. Read More

Professor Shares Business Expertise through Fulbright, Aims to Erupt Economic Development on Volcanic Island of Rodrigues

Professor Shares Business Expertise through Fulbright, Aims to Erupt Economic Development on Volcanic Island of Rodrigues

04/28/2016

This summer, Dr. Merouane Lakehal-Ayat, a professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance in the School of Business, will travel to Rodrigues, a small volcanic island in the heart of the Indian Ocean. His second trip to the island, he’ll be meeting with government officials and members of the Chamber of Commerce to analyze plans to grow the small country’s economy and ecotourism. Lakehal-Ayat was tapped to serve as an expert counsel to the country through the Fulbright Senior Specialist program. Read More

Grant Will Fund Expansion of Service-Learning Reading and Resiliency Program

Grant Will Fund Expansion of Service-Learning Reading and Resiliency Program

04/13/2016

Seuss to Success, a reading and resiliency program for elementary school students in the Rochester City School District launched by St. John Fisher College, will see an expansion of services, thanks to a $6,500 grant from NobleCause-Treetop Commons. Read More

 

Screenshot of CTV Interview with Jim Bowman

Dr. James Bowman talks about his acceptance into the Fulbright Scholar Program on CTV.

Upcoming Grants Events

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