The benefits to such a high-tech greenhouse are substantial in research, teaching and outreach,” Dr. Greg Keller (biology) says. “We can manipulate the smallest variables to see their effects on specific species of plants that may be valuable economically or ecologically.”
Dr. Evangeline Cornwell (biology) and Dr. Andrew Logemann (English language and literature) have been awarded two-year fellowships at Oxford for a conference around the topic of biotechnology and faith.
The 27th annual Christmas Gala celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Department of Music at Gordon. It was 50 years ago that Alton C. Bynum’s vision for the Department came to fruition.
For several days this past week, the Gordon community and beyond enjoyed beloved Christmas at Gordon festivities, old and new. Greeted by a warm fire, attendees were encouraged to roast marshmallows…
According to Chapman, the U.S. ambassador to Ecuador, real international diplomacy works a little differently than it does on ‘Madame Secretary.’
At Gordon we like to say that victory isn’t about winning; it’s about finishing well . . . The Lord has given each of us a unique platform, not for our glory, but to glorify Him.
Professor Irv Levy and ten students recently traveled to Bridgewater State University to participate in the 13th Annual Undergraduate Symposium on Sustainability and the Environment.
Globally recognized for his contributions in the field of sociology, religion and culture studies Peter Berger (Boston University) will be interviewed on his newest book, “The Many Alters of Modernity” by Senior Fellow Gregor Thuswaldner (Center for Faith & Inquiry).