Sabbatical allowed Oleksiy Svitelskiy to kickstart two projects funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), and to expand his laboratory.
True to his discipline, Mark Stevick spent much of his sabbatical writing—in particular, starting a play and working on a book of poetry.
Sabbatical for Elaine Phillips meant trotting the globe—she conducted research and taught stateside, in England and in Israel.
From Estonia to Latvia to Lithuania, Mike Jacobs explored the potential for an international seminar in the Baltics during sabbatical.
The main objective of Jennifer Hevelone-Harper’s spring sabbatical was to turn a dream into a reality by beginning to write a book about medieval spirituality.
Shelby Sundling Lathrop ’96 won a Creative Arts Emmy for “Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media within an Unscripted Program” as supervising producer of “The Oscars: All Access.”
To help commemorate National Biomechanics Day in April, a group of Gordon students and faculty welcomed a bus of middle-school students from Lynn Public Schools to campus.
Gordon welcomed N. T. Wright, one of the world’s leading New Testament scholars, for a week-long visit to campus as the 2017–18 Malcolm Reid Distinguished Visiting Scholar in the Humanities.
The Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF) debate has become a tradition here at Gordon. As a highlight of Symposium week, JAF students both defended and disproved the notion that “The American ideals of ‘life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness’ are compatible with a biblical worldview.”
With the long overdue arrival of sunshine and warm temperatures, Gordon College gathered to honor the legacy of Founder A. J. Gordon and celebrate those who have helped form the College’s strong foundation.