With bold colors, religious iconography and symbolism, and layering themes, a mural created by Bruce Herman’s Gordon IN Orvieto painting class celebrates the program and connects it to the universal church.
The exorbitant cost of health care is a burden shared by nearly every employer. “It’s the number one, two and three issue facing businesses,” exhorted Dr. Howard Grant, president and CEO of Lahey Health, at Gordon’s recent CEO Colloquium.
Each lab period this spring, an intrepid group of students left their books and backpacks at the door of Gordon’s new Anatomy and Physiology Lab, swapped their pencils for scalpels, donned lab coats and scrubs, and breathed in the scent of embalming fluid.
The more than 400 acres of woods and wetlands at the back of the Gordon campus, and in the adjacent Chebacco Woods, provide a habitat for rare organisms—and an alternative classroom for students.
“My science background is vital to understanding the climate, weather and ocean research going on at OAR, and to being able to write coherently and compellingly about that science,” says Melissa Pratt-Zossoungbo ’03, senior budget formulation analyst for NOAA.