Category Archives: Academic Stuff

Fixing an ACL, with pre-PT

Physical Therapy

At one point or another, we all know someone who has needed physical therapy. Whether it was the football player in high school who tore his ACL during a game, the next-door neighbor with tennis elbow, or your grandma after

Finals schedule for spring 2014

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Spring 2014 Final Exam Schedule            Monday, May 5    8:30 – 10:30 For MWF Classes that meet at   8:00 am  11:00 -   1:00 For MWF Classes that meet at 10:10 am    1:30 -   3:30 For MWF Classes that

The reality of college: Knowing your limits

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It seems for a majority of my academic career, I’ve been striving for excellence. Even in kindergarten, I was determined to have the best macaroni art in my class. I’m not quite sure how this intrinsic motivation for perfection all

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

The real work behind student teaching

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During the last semester of their senior year, many education majors head back to the classroom. No, they haven’t been skipping class for the last four years. They’re heading to elementary, middle and high schools for two placements as a

Introducing the new School of Communication and the Arts

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Gannon University has announced the creation of the School of Communication and the Arts in the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences. The School will co-locate and integrate current and emerging programs in human communication studies, media studies, and

Nursing a tough class load

Nursing

It’s a typical day; you wake up, pull on your scrubs, walk out the door and head to your clinical training for a long, busy day at the nursing home. Well, at least that’s a typical day for sophomore nursing

Scheduling: The struggle is real

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It’s cliché to start an article with a phrase like, “It’s that time of year again…” In this scenario, however, I’m afraid it is that time of year again. Now, this is nothing meant to detriment the scheduling process. I

Annual English Awards returns to Gannon’s campus with special guest Naomi Shihab Nye

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Gannon University celebrated its 37Th Annual English Awards Night Thursday, in the Yehl Ballroom of the Waldron Campus Center. Award-winning writer and poet Naomi Shihab Nye will be the guest speaker. English Awards Night honors the winners of national and

College of Engineering and Business dean becomes chairman of the Erie Technology Incubator’s board of directors

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Gannon University’s College of Engineering and Business Dean William L. Scheller, Ph.D. was elected Chairman of the Erie Technology Incubator’s (ETI) Executive Board of Directors. “Being chairman allows us to draw Gannon’s College of Engineering and Business closer to ETI