“There are some deep connections between the structure math seeks to uncover and the creation that God has given,” says Dr. Dick Stout, Professor of Mathematics.
“Life is short,” says Sarah Snodgrass, director of local and global missions. “But we do have an obligation to use what we have been given well and wisely.”
Gordon College’s new Master of Arts in Leadership begins this summer. The graduate leadership degree is designed for Christian school educators looking to move into or excel in their current positions of leadership.
“This environment here is one in which the professors really push you. But it’s all about loving you and knowing that you can be a better ‘you’ than you were when you stepped in the door,” says Teresa Rivera ’15.
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.”