22 ways you know you’re a PA major

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  You have a mental breakdown at least once a month. Your entire sophomore year is spent in Zurn. You’re never really sure which year to put for your graduation date. You love your classes in Morosky, but you hate the walk there. You learn to enjoy working on dead bodies. Scrubs are the comfiest […]

Gannon taking Florida by storm

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Gannon University is extending its reach all the way to Ruskin, Fla., by opening a new campus location that offers health science programs including an occupational therapy doctoral program. In the summer of 2015, Gannon intends to offer graduate Health Professional programs after being granted Florida State Education Commission approval. Gannon is waiting on accreditation […]

Nursing a tough class load

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It’s a typical day; you wake up, pull on your scrubs, walk out the door and head to your clinical training for a long, busy day at the nursing home. Well, at least that’s a typical day for sophomore nursing student Andrea Yosten. Yosten, like many other sophomore nursing students, just started her level-one nursing […]

Sport and exercise science master’s degree now offered

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Gannon University has announced two new graduate degree programs. Offered through the sport and exercise science department, the Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Science and Master of Athletic Training programs increase the number of graduate offerings at the university to 29, with additional programs expected in the coming months. Both new programs offer […]

Peace of Mind: More Ways to Use Your Gannon Degree

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Mary Anne Albaugh, M.D. ’82 & Dennis P. Borczon, M.D. ’82 Health Sciences I (Mary Anne) completed my residency and fellowship training at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia in general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry, respectively, and am board certified in both.

@GU: November Necessities at Gannon University

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November is a very busy month, just like most other months during the school year. While you’re busy at home, here’s a quick look at what we’re doing here on campus. – November 4th is Dr. Taylor’s Inauguration as the 7th President of Gannon University. At 10:30 a.m., the Inaugural Mass will be held at […]

Pulse GU: Wrapping up Spring Semester

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Hello again! As they say, time sure flies by when you are having fun. This has certainly been true for this semester, which is almost over, and I can’t believe it. It seems like just yesterday that I was driving back from Ohio to start the new semester after a long winter vacation. And now […]

Health Professions Days: Find the Pulse for Your Future!

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UPDATE: Registration is full for both Health Professions Days. We encourage you to come to Gannon’s Spring Open House or schedule a campus visit. Details at http://www.gannon.edu/events. Calling all future health care providers! Gannon University is giving you the chance to find the pulse for your future by attending one of our upcoming Health Professions […]

Pulse GU: SIM Center Provides Hands-On Experience

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Pulse GU: Life in Health Sciences is a new blog written by Kim Inscoe, a sophomore nursing major from Minerva, OH. Check back for Kim’s updates about academics, life on campus and preparing for a career in health care, or email her at inscoe001@gannon.edu. Welcome to my new blog! So, some may ask what I […]