Gannon + Esslingen, Germany = Dual-Degree Software Engineering Program

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Gannon University is partnering with Esslingen University of Applied Sciences in Esslingen am Neckar, Germany, to offer a unique Software Engineering International Degrees (SEID) program that will give U.S. computing students a competitive edge in the marketplace. An official signing last semester marked the start of the first international, dual-degree program in Gannon’s College of Engineering […]

What you never knew about engineering majors

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Gannon offers the only Mechanical Engineering Master’s Degree in the region. What you might not know is that Gannon also offers five other branches of engineering for students: biomedical, electrical and computer, environmental, industrial  and software. Biomedical Engineering: The Biomedical Engineering program expands on traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and […]

Fire up the DeLorean — Summer's flying by

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It’s July now. It seems like the time is flying by during this summer vacation. Before I know it, I will be back up at school doing everything again. Now, I know that we don’t have classes during summer, at least I’m not taking any, but I still have lots of stuff I have been […]

Tech Guy Has Advice for Staying Safe Online

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Growing up is not always the most fun activity. But we all do it and every year as college students we get closer to life on our own. We start to gain all the “grown up” things: debit/credit cards, a job, technology, etc. A while ago, I wrote a blog about how the students each […]

Software and Swivel Chairs

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I spend a lot of time at my computer; I’ve come to accept that fact. For all people pursuing a software-engineering degree or any other computer related field, it is probably worthwhile to buy a nice desk chair. I, myself, need to go buy a new one since my old one is now in the […]

A Welcome, an Invitation and a Byte to Chew On

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Welcome back to campus, Gannon students! Also welcome to all the new first-year students. I’m sure that you’re getting yourself settled into your new life on campus. I moved into a new apartment this semester and I really love it here. Even though I know I am going to be busy again, I enjoy having […]

GU Upperclassman Shops for Apartment Essentials

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I’ve slowly been starting to search for the items I need to bring to my apartment for next semester and it has definitely been a reality check. A lot of the things are the same as last year, such as bed sheets and clothing. However, since I will have an apartment, I am going to […]

David’s Cool Tech Job and Advice for New Freshmen

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Happy summer vacation everyone! I have been having such a great summer so far. I went to my third and last prom with my girlfriend who just graduated high school. I was really excited to see her and my family after ending the semester for the summer. I was especially excited not to have to […]

Thriving and Surviving Freshman Year

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It’s kind of a shock to say that I’ve almost made it through my first year of college. I have worked my butt off to make it to this point, but it’s almost done. It’s 75 degrees outside – that’s how close summer is. It’s been one amazing journey, if I do say so myself. […]

NEW BLOG: Technically Speaking w/ David Kramer

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David Kramer is a freshman software engineering major  from Vandergrift, Pa. He is a 2010 graduate of Kiski Area High School. Keep up with his blog to get an inside look at the world of software engineering here at Gannon. Since this is my first blog for Edge, I thought I would share an important […]