Announcing – The Pilot Edition of Princemere!

Dear colleagues, friends and members of the greater Gordon community,

It is with great pleasure that we announce the PILOT EDITION of Princemere, The Gordon College Academic Journal is printed and available! 

The Journal contains more than a dozen pieces written by Gordon students (and recent alumna). They range in topic from history, to Biblical studies, to neuroscience, with much in between. This first edition of the Journal highlights excellent scholarship, creativity and depth of research, and we are thrilled to share it with you!

The PDF of the entire Journal will be available for viewing in the next few days – individual pieces may also be posted separately. Print copies will be available as well throughout campus.

Thank you for your readership!

Sincerely,
Hilary Sherratt
Editor-in-Chief

Questions can be directed to Hilary at academicjournal@gordon.edu

Presenting . . .

Students,

Gordon is proud to present the launch of
PRINCEMERE: The Gordon College Academic Journal

Princemere will be a journal of academic work written by students and nominated by faculty, and a great way to get your foot in the door of the academic world.

Nominations for our pilot edition are due April 1st, so talk to your professors if you have work that you’d like to have considered.

Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity!

Submission packets are available HERE or outside the GCSA office in lower Lane.

For more information email us at academicjournal@gordon.edu.


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Princemere Pilot Staff
And GCSA’s Academic Affairs Committee

Getting Excited!

Get Excited! The First Annual Gordon College Academic Journal is here!

Princemere: The Gordon College Academic Journal launches Monday March 7th 2011. With the help of the Gordon College Student Association (GCSA), their Academic Affairs Committee (AAC), and an A.J. Scholars Small Group the Pilot edition of this momentous endeavor is ready to go. With financial and institutional backing from the President’s Senior Leadership Team, especially Provost Mark Sargent and Academic Dean Dan Russ, we look forward to a strong continuing publication into the future. Please visit the pages of this site to find out how to submit to our Pilot Edition. Discover our mission, leadership, and how you can get involved!