Gannon announces partnership in I-HACK development
Gannon University announced a new partnership with Extreme Networks, a leading provider of wired and wireless networking hardware, cloud services and applications for enterprises, data centers and service providers around the globe.
Gannon Launches Online Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Essentials
Gannon University’s College of Engineering and Business is launching an online graduate certificate program in cybersecurity essentials that prepares graduates or working professionals who have no previous cyber training to expand their skills. Learn more about the program.
Gannon receives $110,000 George I. Alden Trust grant to create GIS Center for Education and Engagement
Gannon University received a $110,000 grant from the George I. Alden Trust that will be used to create the Geographic Information Systems Center for Education and Engagement on the third floor of Gannon’s new Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge, or I-HACK. Learn more about the GIS center.
’79 Gannon grad donates $1 million to I-HACK Gift will create ‘Pierre McCormick Cyber Learning Center’ in Knight Tower
Pierre McCormick’s family has helped build Erie for decades. Now, the 1979 Gannon University graduate is helping to build the future for Gannon by lending his support to the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge, or I-HACK. Learn more about his support.
Gannon University Begins Construction on Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge
Gannon University celebrated the start of construction to its Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge, or I-HACK, in a ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 10. The University unveiled plans for a $13 million project to complete the first phase of construction on I-HACK, which will focus on the first-floor lobby area and entrance, along with the second-floor space dedicated to its academic learning environments, including the Pierre McCormick Cyber Learning Center. Learn more about phase one of construction to I-HACK.
Anonymous gift pushes Gannon’s Cyber Innovation Fund to $1 million
An anonymous gift made Friday to Gannon University’s Cyber Innovation Fund is leveraging Stacy Juchno’s recent gift of $100,000 into a $1 million endowment that will be used to recruit high-demand faculty and support faculty and student industry-driven research within the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge, or I-HACK. Learn more about this gift.
Gannon Alumna Stacy Juchno's $100,000 Gift Launches a $400,000 Cyber Innovation Fund
A Gannon University graduate's $100,000 gift will create a special fund that will be used to recruit faculty and support research in the school's Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge, or I-HACK. Learn more about her fund.