Dreams: Women’s Soccer Team 

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This is the first video of the “Dreams” series; we will share dreams from Gannon student-athletes.  Athletics gives a chance to grow as people and professionals, they go beyond just playing, they are spaces to dream – and make dreams come true. This episode shows some of those dreams that inspire us to believe and […]

Gannon Alumni Association welcomes class of 2015

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On behalf of the Gannon University Alumni Association, I would like to thank the editorial staff of The Gannon Knight for providing us with valuable space in their newspaper each month to communicate with our future alumni. I found myself at an event last week (not accidentally) with fellow Gannon alumni and high school seniors in […]

Fair Trade Sale to be held Friday

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Students will be given the opportunity Friday to do some guilt-free shopping for Christmas presents — or themselves — thanks to the annual Fair Trade Sale. Gannon University’s Catholic Relief Service ambassadors are hosting the sale at the Waldron Campus Center as part of their goal to increase fair trade products available on campus. Sara […]

Gannon introduces industrial engineering program

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Gannon University’s  College of Engineering  and Business will be offering an industrial engineering program beginning in the fall. This new program offered by the College of Engineering and Business is a direct response to the increase in demand for highly trained engineers to design, organize and optimize complex processing in fields such as manufacturing, healthcare, […]

Gannon taking Florida by storm

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Gannon University is extending its reach all the way to Ruskin, Fla., by opening a new campus location that offers health science programs including an occupational therapy doctoral program. In the summer of 2015, Gannon intends to offer graduate Health Professional programs after being granted Florida State Education Commission approval. Gannon is waiting on accreditation […]

Totem brings home a win yet again

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Totem has been an accomplished, award-winning publication since 1996. 2014 will be a year to continue the tradition with the winning of two prestigious awards from the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA). ASPA presented Totem with the First Place with Special Merit and the Outstanding Design Concept Awards. The awards were received in the fall […]

Desks no longer just for sitting and working

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Maybe you’ve heard the buzz words nutritionists like to use for American’s infamous, first world patterns like “sedentary lifestyle” and “obesity epidemic,” but have you ever heard any solutions offered besides workout routines? Gannon University administrators recently participated in a pilot program for one of the proposed solutions to sedentary workplaces: treadmill desks. These desks […]

FIC opens its door to local law enforcement

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Gannon University’s new Forensic Investigation Center is in full motion with students flowing in and out for classes. An open house for law enforcement personnel will be held from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Gannon’s FIC is located at 246 W. Sixth St., and opened its doors this past summer. It is a cutting […]

C.O.I.L. classes make international connections

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As part of Gannon University’s commitment to globalized learning, the history and environmental science departments will be offering Collaborative Online International Learning (C.O.I.L.) courses this fall. Gannon professors are working in conjunction with Gannon’s sister university, the American University of Madaba in Jordan. Kathleen Kingston, Ph.D., and associate provost, heads the C.O.I.L. program and delegated […]