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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 and Erie Sports Commission Awarded 2018 NCATA National Championships
The National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association
(NCATA) has awarded hosting rights for its 2018 national
championships scheduled for April 26-28 to Gannon University, the
Erie Sports Commiss
Gannon University Erie County Planning Director’s Lecture on Erie’s Comprehensive Plan
Erie Refocused, the city's first comprehensive plan in 50 years,
will be the subject of a lecture by Kathy Wyrosdick, Erie County's
director of planning. The lecture, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Yehl
Gannon University Breaks Ground for Construction of St. Joseph House
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday, Sept. 22, at 1:30
p.m. for the St. Joseph House of Faith in Action on the 400 block
of W. Fourth Street in Erie.
St. Joseph House will be an outreach ministry of Gannon
Gannon University Volunteers Set to GIVE Back to Their Communities
More than 1,000 Gannon University students, faculty, staff and
alumni will work to strengthen their communities by participating
in GIVE (Gannon's Invitation to Volunteer Everywhere) Day.
For the 20th consecutive year, the G
Gannon University to Show Film Outdoors for Surviving and Thriving in Uncertain Times Series
In 1923, Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian scientist, philosopher and
social innovator, predicted that in 80 to 100 years, the population
of honeybees would collapse. Almost as if on cue, beekeepers around
Gannon University to Present Yearlong Series on Surviving and Thriving in Uncertain Times
Gannon University will present
Surviving and Thriving in Uncertain Times, a yearlong series of
events exploring the theme through film, lectures, panel
discussions and theater.
The series is a success
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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