As a Middle Level Education major I have to be prepared to teach upper elementary math, social studies, and science even though my concentration is English. This is why I have to take some science classes, even though I ultimately want to teach English. This semester, I took two of the science classes Middle Level […]
A decade before there was such a thing as a “blog,” I attended Gannon as an undergraduate science major. In the late 1980s, I spent many hours in labs doing things such as classifying and dissecting sea creatures for Dr. Stan Zagorski’s invertebrate zoology class. I also spent many hours in the office of the […]
High school students from Erie, Crawford and Warren Counties take to the water on Gannon’s research vessel, Environaut, during the Summer School of Excellence. Hands-on research is one of many advantages to Gannon’s location on Lake Erie. See the video below from WICU 12 News. WICU12/WSEE Erie, PA News, Sports, Weather and Events
Graduated cylinders and volumetric flasks line the shelves of the chemistry department. Gannon’s Zurn Science Center is home to many programs — including chemistry, biology and engineering.
Summer is finally here, which means, as an old school rhyme goes, “No more pencils, no more books, no more teachers’ dirty looks.” Well, at least there’s no more dirty looks for me this summer. The books and pencils, however, are in abundance.
The Zurn Science Center is home to all things engineering, biology and chemistry related. Learn more about Gannon’s science hub with junior Biology/ Pre-Med major Ryann Beaumont. Take a campus tour from anywhere! Check out our campus tour videos.
Are you going to be an engineering or business major? Whether you’re 100 percent sure you want to study business or engineering or undecided and want to learn more about these majors, visit Gannon’s Engineering and Business Day. On Friday, March 26, the College of Engineering and Business will offer an interactive day for high […]
Calling all Steelers fans, Primanti Brothers enthusiasts and residents of the City of Bridges – Gannon faculty and staff are coming to visit your hometown Oct. 27. The “Gannon is All Over Pittsburgh” event encompasses separate get-togethers for prospective students, guidance counselors, alumni and parents of current students. The registration deadline is Oct. 19.
Gannon offers prospective students several days of concentrated study to see just what we do here in the classes of their interest. Think of it as looking through a window into the class of your choice – but instead of being outside looking in, you’re at GU. And they feed you lunch.