Aspiring leaders often jump straight to the Christ-like concept of servant-leadership, but Professor of Economics and Business Kent Seibert wants to salvage lessons from the bleaker examples.
Adams Endowed Chair in Music Dr. Sarita Kwok is working to bring a largely unknown 18th-century French musician into the spotlight.
Gordon College’s 130th Commencement graduated 339 undergraduate students and 121 advanced degrees on May 14, 2022.
Three Gordon artists contributed works to a performance of Handel’s Messiah, each representing one of the soprano arias.
It’s National Public Health Week and to celebrate, Dr. Heather Sipsma, director of the Master of Public Health (MPH) program at Gordon, shares why she’s shifting the narrative from gap to overlap: While many perceive a fundamental gap between Christianity and public health, she sees a critical overlap.