Kinesiology professor and French horn player Dr. Peter Iltis hails from a long line of talented musicians. When a movement disorder diagnosis threatened to curtail his playing, he set out to learn all he could. Now he is… Read More
The new space features a machine shop for physics students, a vivarium and aquarium for biology and psychology students, and a cadaver lab for kinesiology and pre-health professions students.
Gordon’s Department of Education has been recognized by the National Council on Teacher Quality as one of the top 35 programs in the country for preparing future teachers in content mastery.
The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities has named the winner and runners-up in its inaugural CCCU Young Alumni Award. Gordon alumna Damilola Junaid ’14, founder of the ARISE Africa Foundation and contributor for She Leads Africa, was… Read More
What happens when an 18-foot, multi-ton whale dies? Ocean life gets a grand, unexpected, decades-long feast. On a recent field trip to nearby Gloucester, Massachusetts, biology professor Dr. Dorothy Boorse and her students stumbled upon this very scene…. Read More