Endangered Species and Ecosystem Restoration: Insights from James Wheeler’s Internship with U.S. Fish and Wildlife  

Newly minted alumnus James Wheeler ’24 worked as an intern last semester helping with salt marsh conservation and wildlife protection at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, a part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Newburyport.

Aaron Wright ’24: Contributing to Heart and Brain Health at the Framingham Heart Study  

Newly minted Gordon graduate and a former Pike Honors student Aaron Wright `24 interned in the neuropsychology department of the Framingham Heart Study, assisting with key research on the symptomatology of cognitive dementia to help patients counter cognitive decay. 

Melanie Hyo-In Han ’16 ’19 Shares Her Experience as a Published Author and TCK 

Melanie Hyo-In Han ’16 M’19 recently published her first full-length book, My Dear Yeast, about her experience growing up as a third-culture kid (TCK), and shares what life is like as a published writer. 

John Lowry’s ’94 Ultimate Adventure: Rowing 3,275 Miles Across the Atlantic  

On June 1 John Lowry ’94 will undertake his greatest challenge yet: being a part of the first- ever human-powered rowboat Atlantic crossing from Boston to London. Over the course of about 45 days, he and three others will row 24 hours a day to cover 3,275 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.

From Past to Present: Grace Stinger’s ’24 Graduation Marks Centennial Legacy at Gordon 

Grace Stinger ’24 graduated exactly 100 years after her great-grandmother, but she’s only one of many Gordon grads in her family, as she discovered thanks to the Gordon Archives.