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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)
Grant to Ask New Questions on the Problem of Suffering
How does one address, and think about, suffering in a way that goes beyond academic engagement to practical theology? Ian DeWeese-Bo (More)
Distinguished Faculty Awards, 2012-13
On Saturday, May 18, at Gordon’s 121st Commencement ceremony, provost Janel Curry recognized professor of recreation and leisure studies Valerie Gin and assist (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)
Where Do Philosophical Problems Go When They Die?
Brian Glenney Some scholars say that philosophical problems should be annihilated or ki (More)
Neither Male Nor Female: Voters on Human Issues
As the presidential election draws to an end, philosophy professors Lauren Swayne Barthold and Brian Glenney raise some interesting questions in the following editorial about why the candidates won't get "women voters."  Why There Are No Women Voter (More)
Moving Forward: Glenney Shows Why Symbols Matter Around Campus
Turn into any parking lot and it’s easy to spot the handicapped spaces (More)
Philosophic Insights of the Encyclopedic Kind
Lauren Barthold Lauren Swayne Barthold, associate professor of More)
Seeing Beyond Perceptual Representations
Brian Glenney, assistant professor of philosophy, has long been interested in matters related to sensory perception. Consequently, the More)
On Molyneux's Question
Even while he's on sabbatical in Seattle this semester, Brian Glenney, assistant professor of philosophy, is (More)
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