Gordon will receive approximately $380,000 in equipment as part of the Life Sciences Consortium of the North Shore, a collaboration with Salem State University, Endicott College and North Shore Community College.
As students returned to campus this fall, they were joined by new experts on the faculty who, over the course of the coming years, will come alongside their academic pursuits and help them in shaping their vocation.
In a Friday evening ceremony at Homecoming and Family Weekend, six Gordon alumni will be honored with annual awards to recognize their impactful work and faithfulness to Christ.
In partnership with World Relief and the Evangelical Environmental Network, Boorse discusses the science of climate change and Christians’ role as stewards of God’s creation.
By Mary Hierholzer ’16 Believe it or not, lacrosse teams and the Eastern Orthodox Church are not completely unrelated entities, especially if you’re Gordon alumnus Mike Tishel ’08. Twenty-seven years old and engaged to be married in October,… Read More
By Mary Hierholzer, ’16 “A little bit of desire is worth a whole lot of opportunity.” Dean Kamen is an inventor, entrepreneur and advocate for science and technology. He, the man responsible for the Segway, was one of about… Read More