Ruth Melkonian-Hoover (political science) hopes to shed light on immigration reform from a perspective of faith in her new book, ‘Evangelicals and Immigration: Fault Lines Among the Faithful.’
Orlane Destin ’21 says that growing cancer cells for research is like taking care of a baby.
Having been awarded a Shared Justice Student-Faculty Research Prize, Paul Brink (political science) and Jordan Bellamy ’20 investigated the effects of the increasing housing prices on the North Shore of Massachusetts, specifically in the city of Lynn.
Dr. Evangeline “Angie” Cornwell (biology), Courtney Olbrich ’18 and Dr. Lisa Spencer ’95 investigate the function of a certain type of white blood cell in the rise of allergies, specifically food allergies.
This spring marked the conclusion of a three-year study on the Gordon Presidential Fellows program and its impact on increasing the sense of purpose in college students.