The liberal arts curriculum of Gordon College is enriched by the Convocation program. In its various forums and presentations, the Convocation program underscores the great traditions of the liberal arts to promote inquiry and the love of learning and to encourage moral reflection and responsible citizenship. Through its Convocations, Gordon helps sustain a community where, in the words of the great Christian writer St. Augustine, "faith seeks understanding." Read More >>
Convocation speaker Scott Thurman, new faculty member at Gordon, will be speaking on his recent documentaryClick to read more
Scott Thurman is a recent addition to Gordon’s faculty. He was born in Lubbock, Texas is an M.F.A. graduate in documentary film from the University of North Texas. He has worked as a news photographer for four years and has produced three short films at the University of North Texas including, Smokey, a short documentary about an Elvis impersonator, that has been selected by film festivals around the U.S. including AFI Dallas, Los Angeles Film Festival, Hot Springs Doc Festival, and the Austin Film Festival, among others. Scott's documentary film "The Revisionaries" about the Texas Board of Education, was originally conceived for his thesis project Standing Up to the Experts. We are excited for him to speak on this film in Convocation on October 24, 2014.
This Convocation is being hosted by CSD and will be focusing on Student Life at Gordon College.Click to read more
This Convocation is being hosted by CSD and will be focusing on Student Life at Gordon College.Click to close
Gordon is excited to be welcoming Kaye Cole James to come speak during Convocation on November 21st, 2014.Click to read more
Kay Coles James is a conservative Christian and Republican with broad public experience. She is the President and Founder of the Gloucester Institute, a leadership training center for young African Americans.Click to close