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2017

23

Jan

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New Year, New Opportunities at the RWC

The 2017 Spring Semester is now underway here at Gannon University; have you been living up to your New Year’s Resolutions? Good for U – Gannon University’s wellness initiative – wants you to forget the hype of New Year’s Resolutions, and set a goal instead! A New Year’s Resolution is typically an idea or desire […]

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21

Jan

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From my experience: Michael’s audition tips

Every summer through middle and high school I participated in the Saltworks Theater camp. At Saltworks, they had an audition and monologues class where they showed me some audition tips I kept with me. After auditioning for more shows and performing, I  have developed my own guide for auditions. Keep practicing those monologues and songs […]

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20

Jan

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Gannon Magazine: $1.2 Million Grant to Serve Erie High School Students

Colleges and universities know that there are talented students everywhere, but finding them and steering them toward a rewarding academic career has often been a challenge. That search just got a little easier at Gannon University thanks to a $1.2 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant will support Gannon University’s […]

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19

Jan

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Gannon Magazine: United, Across Nations

The United Nations (U.N.) has had a great effect on the lives of millions of people throughout the world, and Anjali Sahay, Ph.D., is one of them, but perhaps not in the way you might expect. “I did not pick the U.N., but it picked me,” Sahay, associate professor of political science, said. “My father’s […]

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18

Jan

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Navigate your Wellness: February 7, 2017

Check out what you can look forward to at this year’s Wellness Fair at the Rec & Wellness Center, February 7! (BONUS: We’ll be there too, come be a part of one of our next projects!)

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17

Jan

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A life-changing guest speaker in my theology class

Every student at Gannon is required to take either “Theology of Moral Response” or “Philosophy of Ethics.” I ended up taking the theology class this semester with Dr. Kerr, who brought in a guest speaker named Miguel. Miguel suffered a broken back in a motorcycle accident and began to realize the discrimination people with disabilities […]

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15

Jan

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Education fieldwork survival guide

This is a field placement survival guide written by an education majors for education majors. Field experiences are your first taste of what it is like to be a teacher in a classroom. It is nerve-wracking because you’re in front of the students for the first time. To make things worse, you have a supervisor […]

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13

Jan

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Gannon Magazine: Homecoming Legacy

Gannon’s homecoming and reunion weekend had a record attendance in 2016 with over 950 people in attendance. Save the date for next year from October 6-8, 2017! See the full video and photo album here – in the latest issue of Gannon Magazine.

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12

Jan

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An English teacher learning to teach science

As a Middle Level Education major I have to be prepared to teach upper elementary math, social studies, and science even though my concentration is English. This is why I have to take some science classes, even though I ultimately want to teach English. This semester, I took two of the science classes Middle Level […]

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11

Jan

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Sam Hyman: working at Gannon, “playing a good gig”

I bet you didn’t know that among the illustrious staff at Gannon, there was a potential Grammy nominee. Sam Hyman, technical director of campus events, in addition to his dedicated work at Gannon, is also a well known and widely respected musician. You may not be able to pick this singer/songwriter out of the university […]

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