Codifying the Contexts of Forgiveness

“We’re studying how people understand forgiveness, what factors shape their understanding, and how it might affect the other facets of their life,” says Carter Crossett ’19 of the summer research project, “Campus as Moral Community: Contextual Understandings of… Read More

Examining Well-being Through Economics

This summer, research assistants Jenn Meakem ’19 and Mike D’Antuono ’18 (pictured right) helped Dr. Kristen Cooper (economics) and her co-authors, Professors Daniel Benjamin (University of Southern California), Ori Heffetz (Cornell University) and Miles Kimball (University of Colorado),… Read More

Gordon Researchers Attack Allergies and Inflammation

The allergy and inflammation satellite lab at Gordon is like “another home,” says Holly Huang ’18, a chemistry major (biochemistry concentration), “since I spend half the day here!” Understanding the biology of the eosinophil, a type of white… Read More

From ‘Confessions’ to Commission: New Painting Portrays Young St. Augustine

Professor Bruce Herman and his assistant, art major Rachel Pacitti ’19, are working on a commissioned painting of Saint Augustine of Hippo, ‘AUGUSTINE, Ordinary Saint.’

Golf and “Geek Speak”: The Physics Behind the Sport

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Despite the size of his golf club collection, you won’t find Dr. David Lee out on the green or keeping tabs on the Masters Tournament next month. He’s more interested in the physics behind the sport than playing the sport itself.