The month of March brings awareness to those without speech, sight and other abilities that make it easier to interact in our world. Meet Gordon alumni Samuel Sennott ’04, co-creator of the transformative assistive technology software Proloquo2go.
Dr. Ruth Melkonian Hoover, professor of political science, explores the intersection of faith and immigration.
Dr. Jeffrey Stevenson, director of the center for entrepreneurial leadership, explores the intersection of faith and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Russ Tuck, professor of computer science, explores the intersection of faith and technology.
As a systems engineer in Raytheon’s integrated defense systems division, Jane Eisenhauer works with radar systems that identify and track incoming targets (such as missiles). Before live tests of these radar systems, she conducts pre-mission simulations and analyzes… Read More
Ashley and Nick Shultz, already busy with demanding marketing and financial advising 9-to-5s and Ashley’s Harvard M.B.A. program, have also turned their energies to supporting the fight against breast cancer. Ashley founded the Miss Pink Pageant, in which… Read More
The Center for Faith and Inquiry is pleased to host a one-day conference, “God, Globalization, and the Good Society in Asia Today” at Gordon College. Brian Grim, president, The Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, will give the conference keynote address.
Favorite leisure activity: Watching his kids’ athletics After graduation, Eric Mollenhauer went to work for Fidelity Asset Management, and the fit was right. Twenty-one years later and now a chartered financial analyst, he manages retail, institutional and collaterized… Read More
As a community of Christians committed to faithful inquiry, we take seriously the motto of Saint Anselm: “faith seeking understanding.” We actively seek to engage in thoughtful dialogue about contentious issues, and to do so in a spirit… Read More