Forty years since launching the computer science major and 50 since Gordon’s first computer programming course, the College celebrates a history in innovation.
Lining the first floor hallway of KOSC is a series of paintings. At a glance, perhaps, it’s an odd place for art. But taking a moment to analyze the abstract swirls, lines and patterns, a viewer discovers a perfect picture of the liberal arts.
You might not expect a college math professor and students to be conducting research closely related to the 2016 presidential election, but that’s exactly what Dr. Karl-Dieter Crisman, Min-Sun “Sunny” Kim ’17, and Luke Cui ’19 are doing.
“There are some deep connections between the structure math seeks to uncover and the creation that God has given,” says Dr. Dick Stout, Professor of Mathematics.