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  • Second book coming out

    Feb 19, 14 • 1484 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University criminal justice professor Jerry Clark, Ph.D., is once again teaming up with Ed Palattella, Erie Times News reporter for more than 24 years, to write a second book. The new book is tentatively titled, “A History of Heists: Bank Robbery...

  • DNP program offered online

    Feb 19, 14 • 2011 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The Villa Maria School of Nursing will be offering an online doctor of nursing practice – DNP – at Gannon University starting in the fall. The DNP degree is a 26-credit “bridge” program or add-on to the advanced practice master’s degree, Dr....

  • Annual Wellness Fair returns

    Feb 19, 14 • 1377 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by As the Erie weather exhibits its ability to imitate the Arctic Tundra outdoors, the ironically Surf and Sun-themed 10th Annual Wellness Fair invited Gannon University students and staff to envision a warmer climate Tuesday. Michelle Wagner, the assistant...

  • University unites as one community

    Feb 12, 14 • 1326 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by This entire week marks Gannon University’s second annual Unity Week. Specific activities are taking place every day. According to Megan King, a senior biology/pre-med major and vice president of clubs and organizations for SGA, Unity Week is a time in...

  • ROTC cadets receive honor

    Feb 12, 14 • 1273 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University ROTC cadets Mitchell Carroll and Eric Stormer have recently been recognized with the distinction of the Distinguished Military Graduate this fall, as both students were ranked in the top 20 percent of all ROTC graduates in the nation for...

  • Faculty ponder life after classroom

    Feb 12, 14 • 1323 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, nine in 10 faculty say their biggest reason for not retiring is enjoyment of their work. Gannon University professors feel the same way. David Kozak, Ph.D., professor in the political science department, has...

  • Gannon, St. Peter’s collaborate

    Feb 12, 14 • 1218 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s education department and St. Peter’s Cathedral School have reached an agreement, seeking to enhance the learning of experience of students at both institutions. With this program, Gannon education majors can practice teaching in St....

  • University mourns student

    Feb 5, 14 • 2954 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University students, staff and faculty continue to grieve the loss of Abbie Marie Brynda, 21-year-old nursing student, who died of a cardiac arrest Saturday night. Brynda, of Zelienople, Pa., was found unresponsive Saturday afternoon in an alley...

  • Sale to Benefit Syrian Refugees

    Feb 5, 14 • 1414 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by For some, knitting is complicated ancient art. For Brian How and the English as a Second Language program (ESL), it’s a relaxing way to raise money for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies. The students and How are having...

  • Gannon, Erie School District partner-up academically

    Feb 5, 14 • 1244 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University has partnered with the Erie School District to create a scholarship for academically qualified, but financially unable, students within the Erie Public Schools system. The Archbishop Gannon Scholars Program (AGSP) was introduced at a...