Deepening Educational Ties with China

Great Wall of China

Chinese leader Xi Jinping made his first visit to the United States as president this week. After a short stop in Seattle, he arrived in Washington, D.C., where he was formally welcomed with a traditional 21-gun salute this… Read More

Stories from Scotland (Part 3): Tips for Traveling Europe like a Traveler, Not a Tourist

Did you know that more than 40 percent of Gordon students study abroad at some point during their four years? Business administration major Chan Mi Kim ’16 is one of them. Having lived in Korea, Vietnam and Malaysia—and… Read More

A Passage to China

“For many of us westerners ‘China’s rise’ is a cliché. Nothing beats being there to drive home the relentless size, energy, travails and triumphs of this amazing nation.” —Stephen L. S. Smith, professor of economics   19 days…. Read More

Stories from Scotland (Part 2): Soul Searching and C. S. Lewis’ Grave

Did you know that more than 40 percent of Gordon students study abroad at some point during their four years? Business administration major Chan Mi Kim ’16 is one of them. Having lived in Korea, Vietnam and Malaysia—and… Read More

Stories from Scotland (Part 1): Coffee and Bagels vs. Tea and Biscuits

Did you know that more than 40 percent of Gordon students study abroad at some point during their four years? Business administration major Chan Mi Kim ’16 is one of them. Having lived in Korea, Vietnam and Malaysia—and… Read More