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Writing the Personal and the Profound
For most professors, writing and publishing in their disciplines is a regular extension of their scholarship. But when writing becomes personal—and passionate—it has a different impact on both the audience and the scholar. Recently, three Gordon prof (More)
Gordon Tradition: Moving into the Best Year Yet
 Gordon begins each new academic year with a matriculation chapel and hears from last spring's distinguished professor. In her talk, "The Best Shape of Your Life, (More)
Public Scholarship: Faculty Lend Expertise to the News
July has been a busy media month for several Gordon professors as they've discussed their expertise with national and re (More)
Six Faculty + Summer Grant = Interesting Scholarship
Each summer at Gordon, the Provost's Office invites applications for small grants that Faculty can use toward ongoing research and scholarship in between academic years. This summer, six were awarded stipen (More)
Writing the Textbook for the Environment
Dick Wright and Dorothy Boorse recently celebrated the release of their co-authored text with students at Gordon.These past several months, Dorothy Boorse, professor of biology, h (More)
Story/Topp Win Grant to Help Pastors Gain Scientific Literacy
Craig Story (l) and Justin Topp Clergy and pastors are not always informed on scientifi (More)
Center for Faith & Inquiry Honors Faculty Scholarship: Part II
In an effort to promote outstanding scholarship that can reach both professional and public/church audiences, the Center for Faith and Inquiry recently announced its inaugural Fellows for the 2013-14 academic y (More)
The Superbowl of Birding, Really
Greg Keller Instead of a helmet, Greg Keller, associate professor of conservation biology, grabbed his binoculars to compete in the tenth annual More)
The Benefits of E. coli, and Other Collaborative Efforts
No one does science alone. In fact, Justin Topp, associate professor of biology, is proof, having watched many opportunities present themselves as a result of his involvement in the formation of the North Shore Biotechnology Consortium. Topp believes (More)
Zheng Elected President of New England Society for Microscopy
Ming Zheng Ming Zheng, professor of biology, might be on sabbatic (More)