Gordon History Made: Dr. Oleksiy Svitelskiy Receives $400K in Fourth NSF Grant Milestone

Oleksiy Svitelskiy secured his fourth NSF grant of 400k, the largest NSF grant Gordon has ever received. The grant is a continuation of a collaboration with the Ekinci Group at Boston University (BU), an R1 institution. Dr. Kristen Siaw will be his co-primary investigator on the grant.

Navigating Political Discontent: Dr. Paul Brink’s Search for Fairness and Justice 

Dr. Paul Brink, professor of political science, spent his sabbatical exploring reasons behind this political dissatisfaction and seeking to find a different approach to fairness and justice. He found our country is in desperate need of a theory of justice that takes better account of the diverse communities and identities of American society.

Gordon College at the Forefront: Craig Story Conducts Cancer Research with Immunofluorescence Microscopy 

Gordon’s lab will soon be counted among the labs in the Boston area that can perform immunofluorescence microscopy for cancer research thanks to the work Dr. Craig Story, professor of biology, began over his sabbatical last semester.  

Unlocking Demand: Mandy Liu’s Economic Study Reveals Need for HPV Vaccines in Nepal

Mandy Liu, professor of economics, presented her research “Like Mother Like Daughter? Behavioral and Economic Factors to Determine HPV Vaccination for Mothers and Adolescent Daughters: Evidence in Nepal” at the Himalayan Policy Research Consortium (HPRC) on December 3-4, 2023.  

Kaye Cook Awarded $275,000 Grant for Divine Forgiveness Research

Kaye Cook (psychology) was awarded a $275,000 Templeton subgrant through Frank Fincham of the Florida State University Research Center to study experiences of divine forgiveness using diverse methods and in diverse countries.