After careers imparting both professional and personal wisdom to students at Gordon, three retiring professors share their next steps and the memories they’ll take with them.
Hear from retiring professors, who share their upcoming plans, cherished memories and insights from a career in the classroom.
To get some practical advice for how we can enjoy this transition to a “new normal”, The Bell interviewed mental health counselor Reid Swetland of the Gordon College Counseling Center. Here are his five tips for navigating reentry and relishing it too.
Three faculty received a Templeton Foundation grant through the CCCU, which will facilitate research partnerships and encourage interdisciplinary dialogue.
It was a celebratory sprint on Gordon’s campus last week. The College honored President Michael Lindsay for his 10 years of service, installed two endowed chair positions, cheered for the Classes of 2020 and 2021 in two Commencement ceremonies, and announced the completion of the Faith Rising campaign.
Dr. Mike Hammond, along with his wife and six kids, spent three blustery days on Gordon’s campus as the college officially announced him the ninth president last month.
Last week, Dr. Daniel Darko was installed as the first Wilson-Ockenga Endowed Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies—one of four endowed positions made possible by the Faith Rising campaign.