The Hidden Math in Everyday Life: Dr. Karl-Dieter Crisman’s Research on Cyclic Orders  

Dr. Karl-Dieter Crisman, along with former research students Abraham Holleran ’22, Micah Martin ’21 and Josephine Noonan ’23 recently published a research article in “Mathematical Analyses of Decisions, Voting and Games,” Volume 795, of Contemporary Mathematics, a well-known series of conference proceedings in academic math. 

Gordon College Named Among Best Value Colleges for 2024 by The Princeton Review  

For the second year in a row, Gordon College has been named one of the 209 “Best Value Colleges” by The Princeton Review®.

Creating Pathways to Peace: Gordon’s Collaborative Efforts for Global Harmony  

Gordon and the European Center for the Study of War and Peace (ECSWP)—the host for Gordon’s Balkans semester—recently completed a pioneering practical peacemaking initiative funded by a grant from the Lilly Fellows Program involving schools like Harvard University and Messiah University to incorporate peacemaking into curricula and student life of their universities.

ECBA Awards $10,000 to Dr. Craig Story’s Collaborative Research with USDA 

The Essex County Beekeepers’ Association (ECBA) has awarded Dr. Craig Story a $10,000 grant on honeybee diet and virus research in collaboration with the USDA Bee Research Laboratory and Gordon students.

John Lowry’s ’94 Ultimate Adventure: Rowing 3,275 Miles Across the Atlantic  

On June 1 John Lowry ’94 will undertake his greatest challenge yet: being a part of the first- ever human-powered rowboat Atlantic crossing from Boston to London. Over the course of about 45 days, he and three others will row 24 hours a day to cover 3,275 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.