Gordon in Orvieto’s 25th Anniversary: A Pilgrimage Through Faith and Culture  

On June 13-14, more than 100 students, faculty and staff of the Gordon in Orvieto program traveled back to the Italian hill city to celebrate the program’s 25th anniversary.

Creating Pathways to Peace: Gordon’s Collaborative Efforts for Global Harmony  

Gordon and the European Center for the Study of War and Peace (ECSWP)—the host for Gordon’s Balkans semester—recently completed a pioneering practical peacemaking initiative funded by a grant from the Lilly Fellows Program involving schools like Harvard University and Messiah University to incorporate peacemaking into curricula and student life of their universities.

How Some of Boston’s Elite Quietly Transformed Society: Prof. David Goss Tells the Loring Family Story

Professor David Goss spent his sabbatical last semester exploring how the Loring family—longstanding financial supporters and trustees of Gordon College—used their wealth to fuel social reforms that helped orphans, widows and immigrants right here on the North Shore during the Gilded Age and Progressive Era.

Gordon College’s Bod Pod: Dr. Yi Sun on the Latest Technology in Body Composition  

Gordon College has acquired a piece of equipment called the “Bod Pod” that uses air-displacement plethysmography to accurately determine a person’s body composition, which Dr. Yi Sun regularly uses in her classes and in her research.

Gordon Secures Digital Marketing Certification Partnerships from DMI and AMA 

Gordon students can now be certified by the Digital Marketing Institute (DMI) and the American Marketing Association (AMA)—the two largest resource organizations for marketers and accreditations in the marketing world––thanks to a partnership Greg Smith, professor of business and marketing, has made with both institutions.