Gannon University named one of the 
best colleges in the nation to work for

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Gannon University President Keith Taylor, Ph.D. talks about Gannon’s recent distinction as a ‘2015 Great College to Work For.’ The results were released in the Chronicle’s 2015 annual report on The Academic Workplace, which recognizes colleges and universities for specific best practices and policies. Read more about the distinction here:

Gannon names Jim Brunelli head women’s basketball coach

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Gannon University has named Jim Brunelli as the next head women’s basketball coach. The announcement was made this morning during a press conference held in the Boardroom of Gannon’s Old Main. Brunelli becomes the program’s ninth head coach as the Lady Knights embark on their 40th year. A 15-year coaching veteran at both the NCAA […]

SGA Report: Student Voices sparks discussion and action

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What happens when an unstoppable force hits an unmovable object? You get last week’s SGA meeting, where the students won out in a strikingly melodramatic fashion. OK, perhaps “melodramatic” isn’t the right word. Here’s a better one: unlikely. The largest (and most important) feature of the meeting was the “Student Voices” section. In my opinion, […]

Gannon celebrates newest class of alumni

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Gannon’s newest alumni earned their degrees during the University’s annual Winter Commencement exercises. Gannon University President Keith Taylor, Ph.D., awarded 212 degrees during the ceremony, held in Hammermill Center. He congratulated the graduates and reminded them that the best is yet to come. “You are about to transition from a period of preparation and anticipation, […]

Gannon renames Catholic House in honor of Bishop Trautman

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For more than 22 years, Most Rev. Donald W. Trautman served as Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie and as Chairperson of the Gannon University Board of Trustees. Today, Gannon University said thank you. Gannon held a formal ceremony to rename its Catholic House, located on West Sixth Street, as the Bishop Donald W. Trautman […]

New signs adorn university buildings with style

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The tailor visited Gannon University before Thanksgiving break, dressing the campus’s buildings with a more unified look. This year, members of the administration’s signage project committee fostered an agreement with Bueller & Associates, a local architectural firm, to design the new signs. The firm brought several designs to the committee table, and both sides worked […]

Gannon to open doors to community on Thanksgiving day

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Gannon University again will serve as the host for the annual Thanksgiving Dinner offered by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania. The dinner will be served from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Day in Gannon’s Beyer Hall cafeteria, 628 Peach St. The dinner is free and open to the public; reservations are […]

Gannon signs historic agreement with American University of Madaba

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Keith Taylor, Ph.D., president of Gannon University, returned to Jordan yet again this year to formalize Gannon’s partnership in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with American University of Madaba (AUM), located in Madaba, Jordan. AUM is the first non-profit university in Jordan and a first Catholic, American university in the region. The university’s cornerstone was blessed by […]

Gannon ceremony honors veterans

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On Thursday, November 8th, Gannon University gave a salute to Veterans Day. Dr. Keith Taylor gave the welcoming speech and opening remarks. The guest speaker was Dr. Jay D. Badams, the Superintendent of the Erie School District. The ceremony took place on AJ’s Way where the names of Gannon military members who gave their lives […]