AnaCarolina Araujo ’18: Neighbor and Scientist

AnaCarolina Araujo ’18 has never broken a bone, but she loves to study them. As a kinesiology major, she uses her knowledge of movement to help people regain control of their bodies. 

Academics and Athletics in ACL Research

“One thing that I strive to do here at the biomechanics laboratory is to provide a service to our community,” says Dr. Jessica Ventura (kinesiology), explaining that the research performed there could benefit Gordon student athletes and patients… Read More

Sabbatical Shalom

When professors take off a semester for sabbatical, where exactly do they go? The beach? Disneyland? Here, four Gordon professors who were on sabbatical this past fall share the details of their time away. Dan Darko, associate professor… Read More

From Textbooks to Reality: Reflections from Gordon’s Inaugural Cadaver Lab Cohort

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Each lab period this spring, an intrepid group of students left their books and backpacks at the door of Gordon’s new Anatomy and Physiology Lab, swapped their pencils for scalpels, donned lab coats and scrubs, and breathed in the scent of embalming fluid.

Horns and Feathers: The Experience of Undergraduate Research

Kinesiology professor and French horn player Dr. Peter Iltis hails from a long line of talented musicians. When a movement disorder diagnosis threatened to curtail his playing, he set out to learn all he could. Now he is… Read More