Dr. Gerald Clark: SWAT Certified, Former FBI, Gannon Professor

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Gannon is full of interesting and unique people who teach and prepare students to enter the world of the profession they dream of being part of.  One of these people at GU is Dr. Gerald Clark, Assistant Professor of the Criminal Justice program. Dr. Clark has a lot of experience in the field of criminal justice from […]

Edge Spotlight on: Criminal Justice

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All college majors come with assumptions. What I mean by that is, when I started three years ago as a first-year psychology student, I had dreams of psycho-analysis classes and experiments with other students on campus. Granted, those things do exist, but not without a handful of entry-level courses to prepare you for the “good […]

CSI comes to life at Forensic Investigation Center

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The Forensic Investigation Center (FIC) at Gannon University is devoted to academic excellence through a unique multidisciplinary program and delivers outstanding educational, research, and professional training opportunities for students and/or current professionals. This innovative learning facility looks like an actual family dwelling, but it is really a “working laboratory” where students practice the skills they’ve […]

Faculty member co-authors book on 'Pizza Bomber' case

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More than 200 people attended an event at Gannon University tonight (November 12, 2012) for an opportunity to have a signed copy of a new book on the infamous “pizza bomber” case. Local residents packed Gannon’s Waldron Campus Center as the co-authors, Dr. Jerry Clark, at right in photo, and Ed Palattella signed copies of “Pizza Bomber: The Untold […]

Faculty member interviewed by Japanese television

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The infamous “Pizza Bomber” case, one of the few Major Cases in the FBI’s history, dates back more than nine years. Brian Wells, one of the central figures, died after a bomb that had been locked to his neck detonated. Wells’ bizarre death, and the botched bank robbery that preceded it, attracted national and international […]