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Set. Spike. Score: Inaugural Men’s Volleyball Season Launches Friday David Cerqua '21 is a member of the inaugural men's volleyball team.

01/17/2018 - There aren’t many college athletes who can say they were there when it all started. But for David Cerqua and 17 fellow student-athletes, they’ll make history on Friday, Jan. 19, as the first team to play a match for the St. John Fisher College men’s volleyball team.

Pharmacy Class of 2021 Earn Their White Coats First-year pharmacy students recite the Oath of a Pharmacist during the 2018 White Coat Ceremony.

01/17/2018 - The Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College honored 78 students during its annual White Coat Ceremony, held on Sunday, Jan. 14.

Pay It Forward: Alumnus Creates Study Abroad Award Adam Crandall, student Nicole Coffey, and Dr. Rama Yelkur, dean of the School of Business, hold a check announcing the Adam Crandall International Business Award.

01/17/2018 - For Adam Crandall ’09 ’12 (M.S.) a study abroad experience to Rome, Italy during his junior year at St. John Fisher College married together his passion for business and language.

Countdown to Commencement: Leanne Maltese Leanne Maltese (center) is the first student to be featured in the Countdown to Commencement video series.

01/16/2018 - With the start of our spring semester comes many students who are looking ahead to graduation. The College will be recognizing members of the Class of 2018 who have made an impact during their time on campus with the annual Countdown to Commencement video series each week. Those being featured were nominated by faculty and staff for their hard work and dedication throughout their Fisher experience.

Kiplinger Names Fisher to “Best College Values” Ranking Flowers and signage greet visitors to St. John Fisher College's campus.

12/22/2017 - St. John Fisher College was named to Kiplinger’s “300 Best College Values for 2018” ranking, which recognizes colleges and universities for academic quality and affordability. Fisher was listed at No. 297 on the full ranking, and No. 99 among private universities.

Fionnuala Regan Appointed New Irish Studies Coordinator of Events Fionnuala Regan

12/21/2017 - Fionnuala Regan has been appointed the new coordinator of events for the Irish Studies program, starting on Monday, Jan. 1.

Four December Graduates Earn “Honors in Nursing” Distinction From Left to Right: Mary Broderick, Julia Capuson, Carly Sullivan, and Beatrice Czup.

12/19/2017 - On Thursday, Dec. 14, Honors in Nursing distinctions were conferred on four students in the Wegmans School of Nursing—Mary Broderick, Carly Sullivan, Julia Capuson, and Beatrice Czup—following presentations of their projects.

Executive Intern Program Welcomes New Students The Executive Interns meet regularly with President Rooney througout the academic year.

12/14/2017 - Last fall, President Gerard J. Rooney introduced the Executive Intern program for juniors and seniors who had an interest in higher education administration. Now in its second year, four new students—Anna Harmer ’18, Melissa Lennon ’18, James Nguyen ’19, and Stephanie Sortino ’18—were welcomed to the program and have one semester behind them.

Biology Students Study Health of New York Streams Students in Dr. Chris Collins’ biology course studied stream invertebrates at the Ganondagan State Historic Site.

12/14/2017 - At the bottom of Great Brook, a small stream that runs through the Ganondagan State Historic Site, lay tiny little organisms called benthic invertebrates. This fall, students in Dr. Chris Collins’ biology course found that while these aquatic creatures may lack a backbone, they can reveal a lot about the overall health of the ecosystem.

Seven Gems of Fisher and Rochester St. John Fisher College's walking trail.

12/14/2017 - Whether you have lived in Rochester your whole life or you are new to the city, the amount of attractions here may be overwhelming. Alexandra Goff, an intern with St. John Fisher College’s Office of Marketing and Communications, shares a few places and spaces she considers “gems” on campus and in the community.