Lowe Receives Faculty Information Literacy Award Barbara Lowe

10/30/2017 - Dr. Barbara Lowe, associate professor of philosophy and director of First-Year Programs in the School of Arts and Sciences, has been named the 8th recipient of the Dr. Mark Szarejko Faculty Information Literacy Award. Every year, Lavery Library chooses one member of the St. John Fisher College faculty who actively supports information literacy to receive the award, given for Mark Szarejko ’80 in recognition of his support of the Library.

St. John Fisher College to Host Celebration Honoring Patron Saint of Mexico and the Americas A painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe

10/30/2017 - St. John Fisher College’s Office of Campus Ministry and the Latino Student Union will host a celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Sunday, Dec. 10.

Center for Sustainability Puts Fisher on a “Green” Path Dr. Mike Boller will lead the new Center for Sustainability at St. John Fisher College.

10/30/2017 - This fall, St. John Fisher College launched a new Center for Sustainability, marking an increased commitment to reducing the College’s environmental footprint.

Marketing Majors Earn Honors at Regional Conference Megan Yeaple and Morgan Van Der Horst both earned awards at the conference.

10/27/2017 - For the second consecutive year, senior marketing majors Megan Yeaple and Morgan Van Der Horst attended the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater’s 10th Annual American Marketing Association Regional Conference (UWWRC), held on Friday, Oct. 13.

Fisher Athletes Launch Fundraiser to Aid Puerto Rico St. John Fisher College Football Program Logo

10/26/2017 - Two members of the St. John Fisher College football team—Colin McGraw ’18 and Alejandro Utset ’19—launched Puerto Rico Will Rise, an initiative to aid students and schools affected by Hurricane Maria.

Pharmacy Professor Teaches Teens Safe Medication Use Dr. Jack Brown speaks to students in a health class at East Rochester Junior/Senior High School.

10/26/2017 - Eighth and twelfth grade students at East Rochester High School had a new teacher this week who tackled the timely issue surrounding over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and teens.

Through Talks, TEDxSJFC “Reveals the Invisible” TEDxSJFC Logo

10/26/2017 - Next month, members of the St. John Fisher College and Rochester communities will share “ideas worth spreading” during a TEDx event organized by the College’s Honors Program.

Fisher Hosts Interactive Ethics Program Yael Malemede

10/25/2017 - St. John Fisher College is teaming up with the Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation (RABEF) to offer an interactive workshop around the 2015 documentary film, “(DIS)honesty: The Truth About Lies.”

AMA Students Volunteer at The Friendly Home In the photo: Top row: Krystal Bradley ‘19, Emily Risch ‘20, Melissa Lennon ‘18, and Megan Yeaple ’18. Bottom row: Samantha Servati ‘19, Nicole Coffey ‘19, and Danielle Sutton ‘19.

10/25/2017 - On Sunday, Oct. 22, seven members of the St. John Fisher College chapter of the American Marketing Association volunteered at The Friendly Home, an assisted living center for older adults.

Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign Kicked Off this Week Students hold a

10/24/2017 - The annual Faculty and Staff Campaign kicked off earlier this week, and will run from Monday, Oct. 23 through Tuesday, Nov. 21.