With over 40 years of experience in the field, Dr. Salome “Sal” Brooks is part clinician, part manager, part educator—and now full-time founding director of the new Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
An Ivy League trained epidemiologist, Dr. Heather Sipsma brings experience from Johns Hopkins, Yale, University of Illinois, Benedictine University and University of Chicago.
Led by epidemiologist Dr. Heather Sipsma, a graduate of Johns Hopkins and Yale, the MPH program will welcome its first cohort of students in the fall of 2022.
2014 music education alumnus Elijah Langille’s classroom is a platform for teens at New Bedford High School to learn dedication, dialogue and their own capability.
If you are looking for unique and thoughtful gift ideas, The Bell has compiled a list of options for everyone on your list—with the added benefit of supporting alumni businesses.
Gordon College is shocked and saddened by the passing of Dean of the School of Education Dr. Janet Arndt, who served the College for more than 25 years in teaching and administrative roles.
The value of a liberal arts education in “the new economy” will be explored at Gordon College on Monday, November 3, by Ann Fudge, former Chairman and CEO of Young and Rubicam Brands. Her talk, which is the… Read More
“Churches, institutions, and individuals shaped by what began so many centuries ago face a daunting question: How in fact ought one to commemorate the Reformation five hundred years after the fact? It’s not an easy question to answer.”