Using the programming and engineering skills they have accumulated to date, first-year engineering students were given the task of creating a Christmas toy—many even went the extra mile and presented their creations in Christmas giftwrap.
Before starting college, “I knew I was interested in engineering, but was also interested in going to a Christian school,” says Cole Umemura ’14. He found the best of both worlds in Gordon’s 3-2 engineering program, in which… Read More
“Physics major Rebecca Li ’17 played a part in this awesome verification of Einstein’s theory of general relativity, which predicted the existence of these waves 100 years ago,” writes Dr. David Lee, chair of Gordon’s Physics Department.
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.
Early this year Megan Stark ’13 joined a dark matter research team operating in a former gold mine where several laboratories sit nearly a mile underground.