Bringing Forgiveness into the Psychological Canon

“There are a number of ways we can respond to injustice,” Worthington said, addressing the Gordon community during the Franz Lecture that took place this week on Tuesday, March 20.

Two Clarendon Scholars Travel to Chicago for Urban Intensive

This past January, Wislene Augustin ’19 and Shineika Fareus ’21—two Gordon students and Clarendon scholars––traveled to Chicago for the Urban Intensive Program, a week-long program that educates college students about the social justice issues faced by urban communities in the U.S.

Psychology Professor Publishes Paper in Major Journal

Psychological Bulletin, one of the most prestigious journals in the field and run by the American Psychological Association, just published a paper by Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. J. P. Gerber. The product of nine years of research,… Read More

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

From Brazil to China: How Culture Impacts Faith

cook research team

This summer, several student-faculty teams are tackling research projects in the arts and sciences—from asthma to accounting audits, bilingualism and women in leadership. Some are funded through the Provost’s Summer Research Fellowships, and others are individual projects. Throughout… Read More