Orientation Week Pro-tips for Summer @ GU Ruskin

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For some, summer is more than just a break, it’s an opportunity to jump start classes! Physical therapy and athletic training students will be arriving on our Ruskin, Florida campus beginning May 30, and new OT’s will be here mid-August (i.e., before you know it!). Check out OTD student Sue’s tips for a stress-free orientation experience. […]

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 […]

Operations manager reflects on ‘Best College Station in the Nation’ award

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Gannon University’s student-managed radio station, 90.5 WERG, has hit a wealth of success at the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) Abraham and Borst Awards earlier this month. WERG won “Best College Station in the Nation,” and a slew of other awards as well, including “Best Use of Social Media” and “Most Creative Promotional Event.” I talked […]

Making Med School A Possibility

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You would think at 22 years old, I would know how to describe myself. Yet, each time I look at my medical school applications with essay prompts asking about what characteristics make me a qualified candidate for medical school, I don’t know what to say. I’m a qualified candidate because I’m … responsible? Driven? Caring? […]