Gannon offers the only Mechanical Engineering Master’s Degree in the region. What you might not know is that Gannon also offers five other branches of engineering for students: biomedical, electrical and computer, environmental, industrial and software. Biomedical Engineering: The Biomedical Engineering program expands on traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and […]
Author and Gannon University alumnus Luke Marusiak will be in Erie Monday, July 8th, for a book signing at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore located at 5909 Peach St. Marusiak, a 2012 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Quarterfinalist, will be signing copies of his novels, “Marx & Ford,” “Loud & Clear,” and “Fear & Hope” which […]
James E. Dudenhoefer ’65 Electrical Engineering After Gannon, I graduated from Toledo University in 1970 with a master’s degree in electrical engineering. I worked for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) from 1965 until my retirement in April 2005. During the last five years of my career, I served as chief engineer of the […]
Hi again! As the summer months draw closer, I must admit I’m getting anxious for May to roll around. I’ll no longer have the ever-pressing load of schoolwork, and I will be able to go out and enjoy the sunshine and nice weather, which has come rather early this year! But, there is much to […]
Being an engineering major is like an easily tipped scale: most days, I like my major of choice. However, there are some days that feel like I’m in a constant uphill battle. I am sure many of you can relate to this. Between Calculus IV at 8 a.m. and a seemingly endless pile of homework, […]
The Engineering Experience: Building My Future is a new blog written by Emily Wright, a sophomore electrical engineering major from Ridgeway, Pa. Check back for Emily’s updates about academics, life on campus and preparing for a career in engineering, or e-mail her at email@example.com. Welcome to my new blog! As an electrical engineering major I […]
Gannon offers prospective students several days of concentrated study to see just what we do here in the classes of their interest. Think of it as looking through a window into the class of your choice – but instead of being outside looking in, you’re at GU. And they feed you lunch.