Learn to Live a Sustainable Lifestyle

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Personally, I do my best to live a non-wasteful lifestyle. However, I am aware that I come up short sometimes and can do better. Luckily for me, there’s a dear friend of mine and student on campus who is AMAZING at living a sustainable lifestyle. Julia is part of Gannon University’s T.R.A.V.E.L. program, and is leading […]

How do we Celebrate Gannon?

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Celebrate Gannon 2018 is set for Friday, April 20 beginning with poster setup in Hammermill at 12:30 p.m.  Gannon University has so many wonderful things to offer to its students. Therefore, annually we hold a celebration of all of our accomplishments in an event titled no other than, “Celebrate Gannon.” This event is a chance […]

Alumni Q&A: Matt Kridel

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Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in clinical/counseling psychology at the University of South Alabama, Matt Kridel ’14 reflects on his time at Gannon and plans for the future.   Looking back, how did Gannon prepare you for where you are now? Gannon prepared me for where I am now in two big ways. First, my incredible […]

Professor establishes endowment to benefit teachers

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Professor Stan Zagorski has been a part of the Gannon biology faculty for 46 years. He has dedicated much of his career to the education of young people about the environment. His substantial and generous gift established the Stanley J. and Mary H. Zagorski Endowed “Power” Scholarship, which benefits students with a GPA of 3.0 […]

Gannon alumna to present biomedical engineering research

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Gannon University alumna Angelica de Rosa will conduct a presentation on Thursday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. in the Zurn Science Center, Room 104, on 143 W. Seventh St. Her presentation is called “Radiation Induced Bone Loss: Space Flight and Beyond,” and it will focus on the problem of radiation-induced osteoporosis, both in space flight […]

Gannon announces endowed professorships

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Michael Ganger, Ph.D., associate professor of biology, and Christopher Magno, Ph.D., program director and assistant professor of criminal justice, have been named to the second class of Gannon University’s Cooney-Jackman Endowed Professorships. The Cooney-Jackman Endowed Professorship was created in 2011 to provide the recipients with the necessary time and resources to move their significant research […]

A new approach to New Year’s resolutions

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Many people use the beginning of a new year to better themselves in one way or another. Setting a new year’s resolution can be a fun challenge, but it comes with great responsibility to hold true to this goal for an entire year. Normally I do not have a New Year’s resolution unless it’s something […]

Z is for zoology

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Students who study biology must examine every living organism, from a single cell to the largest ecosystem – or all creatures great and small, as the poem goes. For those particularly interested in the processes and behavior of animals, Gannon’s zoology courses are surefire favorites. Taught by Dr. Edward Phillips and Dr. Steve Ropski, zoology […]