To kick off my last semester on campus, I’ve begun rehearsing for the Schuster Theatre’s production of “The Children’s Hour.” The play focuses on a trouble-making student who makes an accusation against two female teachers at an all-girl school. I have also started an internship at the Erie Playhouse working as a marketing and education assistant. […]
Dr. Eric Brownlee, assistant professor of management in the Dahlkemper School of Business, loves sports. His classes cover sport law, principles of sport management and team sport organization. What else is he interested in? Let’s find out. Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. High school: Mt. Lebanon Favorite color: Green Favorite movie(s): “Moneyball” Favorite TV show(s): “Seinfeld,” “The […]
Dennis J. Donohue ’80M Religious Education I began my business career in Silicon Valley with Atari, at the time the fastest-growing company in the world. I also worked in sales for Microsoft and Verbatim before returning to my hometown of Salinas, Calif., in the late 1980s. In agribusiness since 1988, I worked for River Ranch, […]
Rev. Leo J. Gallina ’66 Philosophy I have always associated Gannon with service, and as pastor of St. Bernard Catholic Church in Bradford, Pa. I try to live that out every day. I was ordained in Erie on May 27, 1965, and am about to enjoy retirement.
Hi everyone! So, in my marketing class we’ve begun working on our final project, and it actually has real life implications. Most projects are done under hypothetical circumstances and the results are easily planned. My professor is helping a co-worker figure out how to market, label, price and improve his new business venture. The product […]
Ask anyone who’s ever been to a concert – there is truly nothing in the world like live music. Dim lights, pumping sound and tons of friends around is a winning combination. At Gannon and in Erie, there is no shortage of live music; we have the Erie Philharmonic, the Warner Theatre, Gannon’s own band […]
Everyone has a favorite holiday memory. This includes a favorite present under the tree. The men’s basketball team at Gannon is no different. The Golden Knights stopped to reminisce about their childhood. What was your favorite Christmas present as a child? Steve Piotrowicz, sophomore sports management and marketing major: “A Fischer Price basketball hoop, at […]
Last week, Edge staffers went backstage at Gannon’s Schuster Theatre to catch up with cast members of “Dancing at Lughnasa.” They’re actors, but they’re also students. In addition to learning lines and blocking, they’ve got to study, too. So, we wanted to know: “When you’re not rehearsing, where’s your favorite place to study?”
From traveling across the world, to working with international businesses, to managing commercial transactions and finances – international business is an exciting major at Gannon University. Chris Wrobel, a senior international business major from Buffalo, N.Y., said he didn’t originally see himself studying international business – he wanted to study theater.