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📷 Clock by the Gannon Arch
Gannon University's Erie-GAINS program recently held a celebration for our community partners, in collaboration with the Center for Social Concerns and Service-Learning, in the Yehl Ballroom. The purpose of this event was to thank community partners for their support and collaboration and reflect on the year together.
Gannon University’s Small Business Development Center Hosts Free Viewing Of TEDxErie Event
Gannon University's Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
will host a public viewing of the live stream of the inaugural
TEDxErie event on Saturday, November 14 from 1:30 - 5:30 p.m. in
the lobby of
Gannon University Student-Led Business Wins Technology Accelerator Award
Khonsu, LLC was announced as the fourth winner of Gannon
University's Technology Business Accelerator business pitch event
this morning at Gannon's Center for Business Ingenuity. The winning
entrepreneurs received a chec
Elementary School Students to Tour Gannon's Archaeology Museum Gallery
A class of first and second graders from St. Peter Cathedral
School will tour the Archaeology Museum Gallery at Gannon
University on Friday, November 6 from 1-2 p.m.
The students will explore the working methods of ar
Gannon University Hosts Former U.S. Ambassador
David Dunford, former U.S. ambassador to Oman and deputy
ambassador to Saudi Arabia, will come to Gannon University as a
Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow for an intensive weeklong visit Nov.
2-6. During the visit, which is sponsored by the Gannon U
Gannon University’s Small Business Development Center Consultant Receives National Certification
Amanda Kochirka, a business consultant at Gannon University's
Small Business Development Center (SBDC), has received
certification from Growth Wheel, a visual toolbox that aids startup
Gannon University’s Goodwill Garden Welcomes Trick-Or-Treaters
Gannon University's Goodwill Garden, 409 W. Sixth St., will once
again welcome trick-or-treaters for the third annual Halloween
night event. The garden will be open for neighborhood
trick-or-treat activities during the City of Eri
Gannon University has a rich history of service to Erie and the surrounding community. In the summer of 2010, Gannon took its commitment to service and to the community one step further with the launch of the Erie-Gannon Alliances to Improve Neighborhood Sustainability (Erie-GAINS) initiative, a long-term, mutually beneficial community initiative designed to expand the University’s efforts to support the common good of our neighborhood. While the University will continue to serve throughout the Erie region, across the United States and in various countries, Erie-GAINS will aid the University in focusing its efforts to maximize its impact in a well-defined, contiguous and manageable University neighborhood.
Erie-GAINS coordinates strategic initiatives between the University, government agencies, community organizations and businesses to stimulate positive change and improve the sustainability and viability of downtown Erie and the neighborhoods surrounding campus. The initiative will bring greater focus to Gannon's existing efforts aimed at experiential learning, such as internships and co-ops, service-learning projects, civic engagement, community service, research and programming by focusing on urban development issues including, but not limited to, education, health and well-being, the economy, public safety, neighborhood revitalization and the environment.
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