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Colloquium kicks off with acclaim for McClean

February 22, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

The first annual Dr. Kevin McClean Research Colloquium began, quite properly, with a tribute to the retired Colangelo College of Business professor. He was grateful for the honor — and for the continuing interest in showing the research that GCU faculty members are doing.

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TEDx speaker lineup provides fresh connections

February 20, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

TEDx, a series of talks designed to be thought-provoking and inspirational, is coming to Grand Canyon University for the second time on Friday night, with a group of speakers who instantly connected when they met for the first time at the preview event last month. That synergy should be evident during their presentations.

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Faculty’s work to be featured at Research Colloquium

February 15, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

Everyone on the Grand Canyon University campus is invited to the Dr. Kevin McClean Research Colloquium, scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Building 57, rooms 221-223. There will be eight presentations demonstrating research done by GCU faculty.

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Reaching out with 3D-printed bandage, prosthetic

February 15, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

When a team of undergraduate biotechnology researchers in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology heard about the high number of amputees in Rwanda, they wondered if they could improve on the design of those prosthetics so are working on creating a low-cost, 3D-printed arm. They also are using 3D printing technology to create a bandage to treat wound infections that might prevent those amputations.

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Spreading the Gospel through an animated owl series

January 31, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

Julie Napier Boto, 2001 Grand Canyon University business and marketing graduate, and her husband, Thomas, have created the delightful animated “Owlegories” app and video series to spread the Gospel.

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Managing TEDx event is a pivotal student experience

January 29, 2018 / by / 3 Comments

The fact that Grand Canyon University students are managing, all by themselves, the TEDx event coming to campus Feb. 23 is amazing enough. The fact that they felt comfortable making significant changes from last year’s format speaks to the latitude they have — and, just as important, the experience they’re getting.

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Hundreds on campus watch live, ‘Lectric’ proposal

January 26, 2018 / by / 4 Comments

“LIVE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL,” the sign read, and everyone on the Grand Canyon University campus was invited to watch it at the appointed time Thursday afternoon. Sure enough, it drew a big crowd. Here’s how Levi Conlow pulled it off and what his stunned fiancee, Rachel O’Brien, was saying afterward.

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There’s no skating around these life lessons

January 12, 2018 / by / 1 Comment

Mike Smith has a pretty common-sounding name, but his entrepreneurial message is anything but common. Students at his talk Thursday were riveted by the story of how he has built his nonprofits and the tips he has for making things happen in today’s world.

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Collaboration keeps Lectric Longboards rollin’ along

January 08, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

The Lectric Longboards story is one of those “only at GCU” sagas that tend to take on a life of their own. But it also is an “only in the Colangelo College of Business” story because of the collaboration it took to make it happen.

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Tears of joy and sorrow in an emotional year

December 28, 2017 / by / 0 Comment

GCU News Bureau They are the stories that make you feel good about humanity. They are stories of faith, courage and incredible determination, and they all have a connection to Grand Canyon University. Here, then, are GCU Today’s 10 most touching stories of 2017. But be forewarned: You might need some Kleenex – like maybe a whole box: “His cancer fight showed the superhero in all of us” (Jan. 19): No parents should have to go through what the Hyduchaks endured after learning that their 5-year-old son, Jace, had cancer. But they got through it, and Jace was the race starter for the 2017 Run to Fight Children’s Cancer. “First responders receive a heartfelt thank you” (April 20): Perry Harris picked the perfect place to have a heart attack – in the middle of a large crowd of people at Run to Fight Children’s Cancer. Among that crowd were a doctor and a certified athletic trainer as well as the station for the GCU Sports Medicine Club, and they all teamed up to save his life. Harris got to thank them in a special event on campus a month later. “A mom’s walk, like Karli, leaves lasting memory” (April 28): Less […]

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