Posts Tagged: Nursing

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Relaxing in my last semester

With my very last semester at Gannon underway, it has finally sunk in that this is it – the end of my time here at Gannon. And to be honest I’ve c...
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Oral Presentations: The Horror! The Horror!

Everyone has been there at one point or another. It’s the first day of class and your professor loudly and happily announces that there will be a re...
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Big City Helps Change Big Plans

This truly has been one of my favorite semesters at Gannon thus far. It really flew by and I have learned so much. I have learned a tremendous amount ...
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Blogger Feeling Nostalgic in November

I cannot believe it’s already November. The holiday breaks are coming up and I am one step closer to graduation. It dawned on me the other day afte...
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Helping Those Who Protect: More Ways to Use Your Gannon Degree

Maj. Vincent B. Myers ’00, ’00C Nursing There is absolutely no better job than caring for America’s warriors (both current soldiers and retirees...
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Student Takes a Stab at Hands-On Nursing

We are six weeks into the semester and it is going by so quickly I can’t believe it (but I say that a lot.)  I am really enjoying my clinical rotat...
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VIDEO: Dr. Carolynn Masters: Awesome Dean, Karaoke Queen

Dr. Carolynn Masters is the dean of the Morosky College of Health Professions and Sciences at Gannon University. She’s also a killer karaoke sta...
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What I Like (and Don’t) About This Semester

It’s only the first full week of classes and I can already see that this semester is going to be a little bit crazy. Between a full credit load of n...
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Trip to Atlanta Teaches Leadership

In my last blog I mentioned a trip to Atlanta. Well, I finally got to go and I loved it! The convention that I attended offered a lot of leadership ed...
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July? Already? Seriously??

July 4 usually signals that the end of summer is quickly nearing for me. It means start scrambling to ensure my financial aid is all set because I hav...