Category Archives: Academics

Fall 2014 final exam schedule


Fall 2014 final exam schedule Monday, December 15 8:30 – 10:30 For MWF Classes that meet at 9:05am 11:00 – 1:00 For MWF Classes that meet at 11:15am 1:30 – 3:30 For MWF Classes that meet at 1:25pm 4:00 –

22 ways you know you’re a PA major

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  You have a mental breakdown at least once a month. Your entire sophomore year is spent in Zurn. You’re never really sure which year to put for your graduation date. You love your classes in Morosky, but you hate

VIDEO: Take a hyperlapse tour of the new Center for Communication and the Arts

Center for Communication and the Arts

Have you had a chance to check out the NEW Center for Communication and the Arts? Get a sneak peak with this hyperlapse video.

5 reasons you should check out Gannon’s accounting major


1. Dozens of career paths. Students who study accounting can go on to become auditors, business consultants, financial planners, forensic accountants, tax attorneys, tax preparers/planners, budget analysts, FBI special agents, financial accountants, internal auditors, internal revenue agents or managerial accountants. The

Student Spotlight: 8 questions for Ayush Enkhtaivan

Ayush Enkhtaiva

Ayush Enkhtaivan, an MBA candidate at Gannon, has lived all over the world – Mongolia, China, Japan and now Erie, Pennsylvania. In honor of International Education Week, we sat down with Ayush to discuss cultural differences, on-campus involvement and the

5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know about Gannon’s Freshwater and Marine Biology Program

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1. It’s the only program of its kind in the area. You’d think that an area right along one of the great lakes would be swimming with these programs. (Horrible joke. I’m sorry.) But Gannon’s program, which will begin admitting

PLAYLIST: Stay inspired while studying

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Like it or not, an important part of college is studying. Actually, it’s THE most important part — that’s the whole reason you’re here. But studying can be tedious and, let’s face it, boring. To keep you inspired while you

Gannon Confessions: Study habits

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It’s no secret that studying is a big part of college. Some students have their processes down to a science – utilizing flash cards, bookmarks and all the highlighters they can get their hands on. For others, studying is a

New course embraces world philosophy


A new course was introduced at Gannon this semester: Comparative World Philosophy.  Wanting to learn a bit more about it, I contacted its professor, Dominic Prianti, an instructor in the philosophy department, and asked him a few questions.   What

Compassion in composition


Anyone who has walked down the English wing of the Palumbo can tell you it is a welcoming place. One reason for this sense of hospitality is Carol Hayes, an instructor in the English department. A beloved member of Gannon’s