Having been awarded a Shared Justice Student-Faculty Research Prize, Paul Brink (political science) and Jordan Bellamy ’20 investigated the effects of the increasing housing prices on the North Shore of Massachusetts, specifically in the city of Lynn.
With guidance and encouragement from Sybil Coleman (social work), Kelly (Connolly) Palmer ’13, LMSW, is working toward God’s vision of justice—something she likens to shalom.
In 2011, for the first time in Kilifi County, Kenya, parents of hearing-impaired children were saying, “I want to communicate with my child.” Julia Spruance’s 100 Signs for Parents in Kenya Sign-Language was their introduction.
Modeled on the highly competitive, highly effective White House Fellowship, the Gordon College Presidential Fellows program affords Gordon students the chance to work directly with Cabinet officers.
Dr. Evangeline “Angie” Cornwell (biology), Courtney Olbrich ’18 and Dr. Lisa Spencer ’95 investigate the function of a certain type of white blood cell in the rise of allergies, specifically food allergies.
For 20 years, artists Bruce Herman and Bryn Gillette ’02 have been pursuing the perennial question they discussed in their very first meeting: What does it mean to be a Christian who is an artist?
This spring marked the conclusion of a three-year study on the Gordon Presidential Fellows program and its impact on increasing the sense of purpose in college students.
With a growing number of students enrolling from the Southeastern United States, Gordon College plans to expand its graduate leadership program to include an Atlanta-based cohort in the summer of 2019.
This installment is part of a regular devotional series, “Deepening the Faith,” written by Gordon faculty and staff for the enrichment of the wider College community.
Like a good play, life has its own plot twists. That has certainly been the case for Paul Turbiak ’05 who left the North Shore for Los Angeles 13 years ago to become a professional actor.