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Sustained Dialogue Brings Change & Recognition
Thanks to the leadership of John Sarrouf, adjunct professor of peace and conflict studies and communication arts, Gordon has been chosen to (More)
Unexpected Encounters \"Beyond Disabilities\"
Last week, during Gordon’s Beyond Disabilities Week, students and faculty alike engaged in dialogue around a variety of issues. Those conversations spilled over into classes as well, bringing s (More)
Bringing Families Together, One Conversation—and Super Bowl Commercial—at a Time
Sunday\'s Super Bowl commercials won\'t just be featuring the usual chips and beer promotions. This year\'s will include a new Cheerios comm (More)
When Art Meets Sociological History
In the 1970s, residential institutions for intellectually disabled children and adults throughout the country were common place. They were also often (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)
Sculpting a Better Self Image in Families
Body sculpting pedagogy can be effective in illustrating family dynamics. At least, that\'s one area that Professor of Social Work Syb (More)
Witnessing the Power of Truth and Reconciliation
Dr. Judith Oleson Throughout Canada's history, generations of Aboriginal children in Que (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:

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)
Connecting to History: How a Social Work Professor Found a Hero
[caption id="attachment_1381" align="alignleft" width="150"] Social Work professor and author Jim Trent

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