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Broadening the Conversations in Education
While several Gordon professors spent this past weekend engaging in a variety of conversations with colleagues in education, both at (More)
New Frontiers: Faculty Expand Their Influence
Gordon has long recognized the impact and influence of its professors beyond the classroom and into the broader academic landscape. Recently, four professors took on new opportunities. More)
Visiting the Land of Peter Rabbit and His Creator
Janis Flint-Ferguson in Ambleside, England. As many fans and scholars honor the 70th anniversary of Beatrix Potter's death, Janis Flint-Ferguson, professor of English and educa (More)
Whatever is lovely
Settling in to enjoy a week of spring break away from classes, I’m remembering another time when I escaped the normal stress of college life.  Last May after c (More)
Faculty Kudos: Essays, Books and Professional Contributions
As the fall 2012 semester came to a close, there was much to celebrate with our faculty's many recent contributions in their respective fields. Here's a very brief overview: More)
On the Campaign Trail: Merrimack Graduate Makes Local Impact
>By Katie ThompsonGordon College News ServiceMay (More)
Read On: One Teacher Educator's Practice
As the school year gets underway, a teacher's job makes the difference. Priscilla Nelson, associate professor of (More)
Young Adult Fiction on the Move with "The Hunger Games" and New Baseball Novels
Young adult fiction is moving these days. That is, story lines are including an interesting amount of sport and culture-related themes. From (More)