Perspectives in Storytelling…

by Brandon Schlemmer

Perspectives Through Storytelling is a brand new Honors course that has an approach different from any other. Taught by Professor and Rochester Journalist Mary Stone, this class addresses today’s current issues through the lens of a journalist. Throughout this semester, we will be conducting interviews on various groups of people ranging from the disadvantaged youth of Rochester to people from different countries. The primary objective of this course is to open our eyes and “burst our bubbles” by embracing the unknown.

Submit to The Review…

go.sjfc.edu/review

The SJFC Journal of Undergraduate Student Research

CALLING STUDENTS FROM ALL DISCIPLINES:

Information and Submission: go.sjfc.edu/review/

WHAT CAN I SUBMIT?

  • Papers from 5-20 pages, double-spaced
  • Papers written at Fisher since January of 2018
  • Papers in a language other than English
  • Conference posters

DEADLINE:  MARCH 10

SET YOURSELF APART; GET YOUR WORK PUBLISHED!

The Review features the finest original, scholarly, and archival research completed by St. John Fisher College undergraduates from all schools and disciplines.

Fall 2019 Honors Courses

HNRS 275 P1 Lucia Guarino Topic: Science Fiction MW 2:30-3:50

HNRS 280 P2 Joellen Maples Topic: “Trigger Me:” Examining Race, Bias, and Taking Action MW 4-5:20

HNRS 285 P3 Fernan Cepero Topic: Metamorphosis: Change Management & Paradigm Shifts W 6:15-9:20

HNRS 290 P4 Munawar Karim Topic: Technology and Progress TR 9:30-10:50

We will offer 6 sections of Honors 101, a 1-credit seminar for which we will need upperclass mentors, for Honors credit.

If you’d like to work on TEDxSJFC, you can do so for Honors credit!

Visit this Google Doc to keep up on future plans.

The Journey Begins

“Always the beautiful answer who asks the most beautiful question” – E.E. Cummings

Welcome to the Fisher Honors Blog! Stay tuned for featured courses, events, and a glimpse of the great work Honors students are doing all over campus…