It’s Time to Re-U-Knight!
The countdown is on for this year’s Alumni Homecoming & Reunion Weekend. A full three days of activities, events and fun are planned for Oct. 22-24 across campus and the Erie area. We look forward to reminiscing with you! Homecoming schedule >
Distinguished Alumni Announced
All alumni are invited to help Gannon honor five individuals at the University’s annual Distinguished Alumni Dinner, to be held at 6 p.m. on Oct. 22 in the Yehl Room, Waldron Campus Center (124 West 7th St.). Honorees this year include: Francis J. Lunger ’68 – College of Engineering and Business; Richard E. Griffith ’70 – College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences; Michael F. Hagerty, M.D. ’78 – Morosky College of Health Professions and Sciences; Carl R. Hoegerl, D.O. ’97 – Young Alumni Award; Sister James Francis Mulligan, S.S.J. ’47VMC – Monsignor Wilfrid J. Nash Principles of Christian Conduct Award.
Need Help with Post-Graduate Plans?
Join us on campus on Oct. 5 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Waldron Campus Center. Representatives from over 50 graduate and professional schools will be on hand to answer any questions you have concerning these higher education options. The event is open to all students and alumni. Read more >
Join Us as Gannon is All Over Cleveland
After a successful event last year in Pittsburgh, Gannon is All Over Cleveland on Nov. 3 to spread the word about all the University has to offer. You can help by attending a networking event to speak with prospective students or show your GU pride by wearing maroon and gold that day! Watch the video >
Interested in a Gannon Degree?
Attend the Gannon University Fall Open House on Nov. 7 to learn about all of Gannon’s degree programs and campus life. Program directors and admissions and financial aid representatives will be on hand to discuss each program, and tours will be available. For further details, contact the Office of Admissions at (814) 871-7240. Apply to Gannon >
Alumni Invited to Job Fair
Are you looking for a job? If so, Gannon University’s Office of Career Development and Employment Services encourages you to attend the WestPACS Fall Job Fair on Nov. 3 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Monroeville (Pa.) Convention Center. Participants can register online to guarantee a discounted admission of $5 (cash only). Walk-in registration the day of the fair is $10. Read more >
Tall Ships Lecture Video Posted
Did you miss the Fall Alumni Lunchtime Lecture? You can still hear Dr. Jeffrey Bloodworth’s discussion of “Why Tall Ships Matter to Erie” by watching a video recap of the lecture on the Online Alumni Community. More past lunchtime lecture videos are available to view as well. Watch the video >
Save the Date for Delta Chi Anniversary
Mark your calendars for April 16, 2011, when current and past brothers of Delta Chi will join together to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Gannon chapter's founding. The celebration will take place at the Delta Chi spring formal, held at Erie's Bayfront Convention Center. For more information, contact Zack Braun
Gannon in the News
Read all about it! Gannon University is a newsmaker, in Erie and beyond. The Erie Times-News had a lot to say about Gannon recently, including the University’s receipt of a prestigious Student Support Services grant
. A Gannon biology professor’s research of bats
made the news as well, and a local television station’s report of a University biodiesel project
reached a national audience when it aired on every Nexstar Broadcasting station.
Keep up with all the current Gannon news at www.gannon.edu
and on Gannon’s Facebook page
Living Our Faith
More than 230 people celebrated Opening Mass of the Holy Spirit on Sept. 9, an annual service designed to bless the University community at the beginning of a new Academic Year. This year’s Mass also included a special recognition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania and the blessing of an icon written to honor the Sisters as they celebrate 150 years of service to the Erie Diocese. Read more >
Please Answer the Call!
Fall phonathon has started! We are calling you to help us support all Gannon students. The Annual Fund for Academic Excellence helps students by funding annual scholarships, undergraduate and graduate research, classroom technology upgrades, faculty recruitment and retention, library resources and many other critical needs on campus. Please take the call and support Gannon students this year! Give to Gannon >
Photo of the Month
A crowd of 150 alumni, parents, friends and fans enjoyed a tailgate celebration prior to the start of the Gannon/Mercyhurst football game on Oct. 2--which GU won 14-10 with only 2:01 left in regulation! Log on to www.gannonsports.com
for all the latest news on your favorite Golden Knights teams.