When I researched the definition of culture shock, I read that it is “the personal disorientation a person may feel when experiencing an unfamiliar way of life due to immigration or a visit to a new country, a move between social environments, or simply travel to another type of life.” This is a fairly simple, […]
Ayush Enkhtaivan, an MBA candidate at Gannon, has lived all over the world – Mongolia, China, Japan and now Erie, Pennsylvania. In honor of International Education Week, we sat down with Ayush to discuss cultural differences, on-campus involvement and the value of traveling abroad. 1. What is the difference between American and Chinese schooling? Classes […]
This article by Joe Cuneo appeared in Gannon Magazine, Summer 2012 Did you know? Gannon has three endowments in place to help aid students who study abroad. The Robert J. Christenson Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship, the Leo I. Davis Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship and the Dr. Alexander J. Miczo Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship offer students going overseas for studies, service-learning or internships […]
Gannon students have a new on-campus destination for food and coffee on the go, and a new environmentally friendly hangout. Staffed by domestic and international students, One Green World Cafe opened this semester in the building formerly occupied by Antler’s Pub. Need to unwind? Get more posts on hanging out at Gannon.
If your major relates to science or engineering at all, you will become quite familiar with the Zurn Science Center. The Dean of the College of Engineering and Business has an office here. Zurn is home to the International Student Office, several auditoriums and labs specialized for the sciences. Want to know more about Zurn […]