Forgotten Fish and Frogs

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  Waves crash into the blockades of the bayfront. Seagulls yap in unison as they walk in sync, preparing to lift themselves from the pavement near Smugglers’ Wharf. A pinkish hue blankets the horizon, as customers from bars can be heard chattering while they gaze at the dropping sun. It’s Summertime in Erie, Pennsylvania, and […]

Freedom is: Gannon University

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Freedom. It is a simple word that almost everyone knows the definition of. Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary defines freedom as “the quality or state of being free, such as the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action.” It seems like a simple concept, yet many lives have been laid down for this simple […]

A Look Into the GU OTD White Coat Ceremony & Celebrate Ruskin

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On Friday May 4th, 2018, the 2nd Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) cohort (c/o 2019) at the GU Ruskin campus gathered with faculty, families, and loved ones at Prince of Peace Catholic Church to display their scholarly research for Celebrate Ruskin and to attend their White Coat ceremony. Around 2pm, OTD students awaited anxiously near their […]

Spring Open House

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High school students and their families are invited to Gannon University’s Open House, Saturday, April 21 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. When they arrive at Open House, they will see a campus in transformation. There is much that is new on the Gannon campus, including the newly renovated Nash Library, expanded Recreation and Wellness Center, […]

From Australia to Erie, Social Work Across the Globe

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Meet Elle, an international student from Canberra, Australia studying abroad in the social work program here at Gannon. Hear what she thinks about the small social work cohort “family” she is a part of here and experiences she’s had while studying here in the US. Australian social work student loves Gannon pic.twitter.com/mxTaTaujNH — GU Social […]

Bali Marathon – Gannon Alum Gives Back

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The heart of Gannon University’s education is to pursue passion while giving back to others. Gannon University prides itself in its current students and alumni that carry out this theme. One particular alumnus, Vanessa Niemeyer, deserves recognition for her unique and honorary service. Vanessa Niemeyer, a DPT alumnus has been chosen as one of 15 […]

Dining in the Dark to Benefit Sight Center

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The Gannon University chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon honor society for occupational therapy (OT) students and alumni will present Dining in the Dark, an event to increase awareness and promote advocacy for individuals who experience low vision or no vision. The event will be held Sunday, April 8 from 1-4 p.m. at The Knight Club, […]

We’re All Under the Same Moon: International Night 2018

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Saturday, April 7th marks Gannon University’s annual International Night, fashioning the theme “Under the Same Moon.” Coming up this weekend… International Night – Under The Same Moon MORE: https://t.co/B3XXSFKnV0 pic.twitter.com/6pBEGNsDsH — Edge (@GannonEdge) April 5, 2018 Just 238,900 miles away from Earth orbits this bright and round rocky mass. This natural satellite hovers above us, […]

Is Nursing Your Calling? RN to BSN is Achievable Online

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Interested in the RN to BSN track but think you don’t have time between your already hectic work schedule, life and everything else? Meet the RN to BSN program at the Villa Maria School of Nursing at Gannon University. With courses that are available in seven- or 14-week sessions during fall, spring and summer semesters, the […]

Gannon + Esslingen, Germany = Dual-Degree Software Engineering Program

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Gannon University is partnering with Esslingen University of Applied Sciences in Esslingen am Neckar, Germany, to offer a unique Software Engineering International Degrees (SEID) program that will give U.S. computing students a competitive edge in the marketplace. An official signing last semester marked the start of the first international, dual-degree program in Gannon’s College of Engineering […]