Tag Archives: Nursing

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 come to terms with it. I’m looking forward to

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 required oral presentation at the end of the semester. I used to think

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 of information not only in my classes but about myself. I

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 after a grueling week that we have to remember that while we are students

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) and their families, and the leadership opportunities, cultural growth opportunities and the variety of clinical experience as

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 rotations this semester, more than I thought that I would,

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 star. Get to know Dr. Masters in our latest “Believer” video. Meet Gannon’s new president, Dr. Keith

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 nursing classes, being editor-in-chief of Edge, holding the presidency of

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 education and I really think I learned some skills that

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 have (regrettably) ignored the reminders since March. It means start checking for