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In his seminal work, The Idea of a University, John Henry Cardinal Newman gives careful attention to the nature of "knowledge." Writing a defense for the idea of a Catholic uni (More)
Connecting Farm Houses
Cross-Cultural Food Conversation
Geraldine Mak 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)
The Big Deal About Green Chemistry
The many shades of green are hardly exclusive to the art world. For Dwight Tshudy, associate professor of chemistry, the path to becoming green has involved many s (More)
Voting and Coolness, Lectures and Leadership
Faculty contributions beyond the classroom have been many during the past few weeks. Here's a sampling: On election day, Paul Brink, associate professor of political science, was a featured guest on the "John Hall and Kathy Eamons Show" at 5 o'clo (More)
Summer Scholar: When Green is More Than a Season
Editor's note: This is part of a series of st (More)
Whodunnit . . . in the Chemistry Lab?
Students on campus are seeking justice . . . in the chemistry lab. At least that's the hope of Dwight Tshudy, associate professor of chemistr (More)