For the Love of the Classroom

Roger Green

As he prepares for retirement after three decades of faithful service at Gordon, Dr. Roger Green reflects on one of his favorite aspects of teaching—the classroom. “I love the dynamics of the classroom. You never know what the day will bring.”

Horns and Feathers: The Experience of Undergraduate Research

Kinesiology professor and French horn player Dr. Peter Iltis hails from a long line of talented musicians. When a movement disorder diagnosis threatened to curtail his playing, he set out to learn all he could. Now he is… Read More

Gravitational Waves and a Gordon Student

Rebecca Li

“Physics major Rebecca Li ’17 played a part in this awesome verification of Einstein’s theory of general relativity, which predicted the existence of these waves 100 years ago,” writes Dr. David Lee, chair of Gordon’s Physics Department.

English and Adventure on the Open Road

When she’s not teaching American Romantic Literature and other English courses, you can find Dr. Andrea Frankwitz feeding her insatiable sense of adventure on road trips all around the country.

PAST / PRESENT: An Exhibition by Gordon’s Art Faculty

The Gallery at Barrington Center for the Arts presents PAST / PRESENT: Gordon Art Faculty, a new exhibition featuring work by current and former Art Department faculty. An opening reception will take place this Saturday, January 23, from 4 to 6 p.m…. Read More