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McRee and Ramos Top GCU Ad Contest

December 06, 2010 / by / 1 Comment

Students in this semester’s History and Criticism of Visual Media course had a visual ad contest. Each student created and advertisement promoting Grand Canyon University. The ads were then submitted to GCU marketing for judging.

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Professor David Hayes a Jack of All Trades

November 22, 2010 / by / 4 Comments

Pro-wrestler, stand-up comedian, actor, director, club bouncer and COLA professor – David Hayes.

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Former NASCAR Photographer Leads Discussion Nov. 23

November 22, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

Professor Cheryl Christensen encourages anyone to come to the Art Building, Room 107, for a special presentation on Tuesday, November 23, at either 7 a.m. or 1 p.m. Mike Squire, former photographer for NASCAR racing and the Grand Prix in Europe will discuss action photography, his experience in the industry and give pointers to anyone eager to enhance their own camera skills.

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Good Neighbor Club Tours Serrano Village

October 29, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

One of the newest student clubs on campus has wasted no time digging into its purpose. For their third meeting since forming, the dozen members of the Good Neighbor Club toured facilities at Serrano Village – an apartment complex less than one mile from GCU. The club plans to provide ESL training and other outreach efforts to more than 560 refugees living in the apartments.

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Homeland Security Hosts Criminal-Justice Students

October 29, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

Twenty students from Cornel Stemley’s criminal-justice classes at GCU visited the Phoenix offices of the Department of Homeland Security on Friday to learn about career possibilities and tour the Central Avenue facilities.

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GCU College of Liberal Arts

September 05, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

As the foundational college of Grand Canyon University, the College of Liberal Arts offers degrees ranging from English Literature to Criminal Justice.

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More than 1,400 Visit Campus for Health Sciences & Nursing Day

November 18, 2009 / by / 0 Comment

GCU hosted its annual Health Sciences & Nursing Day on November 6, attracting more than 1,400 Valley high school students to our campus. The event, which GCU has hosted for more than 20 years, is known as one of the University’s most successful activities. Health Sciences & Nursing Day features healthcare-related presentations, interactive activities and demonstrations aimed at providing future college students with timely information about career options in nursing and allied health fields. The event also offers students some first-hand experiences through a variety of activities, including a tour of the always-popular cadaver lab. Another well-attended presentation was “Body of Evidence: Life of a Medical Examiner” presented by Medical Examiner John X. Hu from the Maricopa County Office of Medical Examiner. Acupuncture: An Ancient Remedy for our Modern World, presented by Dr. Patricia Johnson, GCU adjunct faculty member – was standing room only in Howerton Hall. The Sports Medicine Team, presented by Dr. Craig Phelps, Provost at A.T. Still University & Phoenix Suns Team Physician – Dr. Phelps is always a popular presenter on our campus. Nurses – Superheroes of the Healthcare Profession!, presented by Lori Gutierrez, RN-C, President & Owner of Clinical Advisors for Resources & Educational Services […]

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