Dorothy Boorse in Christianity Today Publication: The “Humongous Fungus”

The largest living organism covers 1,600 football fields and has been quietly growing in Oregon’s Malheur National Forest for thousands of years. Knowing about it answers one of the forest’s long mysteries. Biology Professor Dr. Dorothy Boorse shares… Read More

Education Research Enhances Math Teaching 

This summer, several student-faculty teams spent time tackling research projects in the arts and sciences—from asthma to accounting audits, bilingualism and women in leadership. Some were funded through the Provost’s Summer Research Fellowships, and others were individual projects…. Read More

Math + Voting Research = Greater Political Understanding

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You might not expect a college math professor and students to be conducting research closely related to the 2016 presidential election, but that’s exactly what Dr. Karl-Dieter Crisman, Min-Sun “Sunny” Kim ’17, and Luke Cui ’19 are doing.

From Brazil to China: How Culture Impacts Faith

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This summer, several student-faculty teams are tackling research projects in the arts and sciences—from asthma to accounting audits, bilingualism and women in leadership. Some are funded through the Provost’s Summer Research Fellowships, and others are individual projects. Throughout… Read More

Gordon College Welcomes Dr. Nicholas Rowe to Student Life

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Gordon College is pleased to welcome Dr. Nicholas Rowe as dean of student engagement. Dr. Rowe will focus on enhancing student leadership development and co-curricular learning. He will oversee campus activities (including the Gordon College Student Association and… Read More