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Sean Clark

Professor of Kinesiology
Chair, Department of Kinesiology

Dr. Clark joined the kinesiology faculty at Gordon College in 2000 and serves as the department chair. Dr. Clark teaches courses that focus on the neurophysiological and mechanical basis of human movement. He also serves as the Director for the Gordon College Center for Balance Mobility and Wellness.  

Dr. Clark’s research interests focus broadly on the coordination and multisensory control of posture and orientation. His ... more ➔

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Evangeline Cornwell

Assistant Professor of Biology

Dr. Cornwell joined Gordon College in August of 2014. She taught for three years at North Shore Community College in Lynn, MA before returning to school for a Ph.D. Her doctoral research focused on the study of several of the molecular signaling pathways thought to be involved in the regulation of tumor-induced skeletal muscle atrophy. Her masters thesis involved the study of temperature and salinity preferences in the male blue crab, "Ca ... more ➔

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Thomas Faulds, MSPT, ATC

Adjunct In Kinesiology

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Peter Harmeling, PT, SCS, ATC

Adjunct In Kinesiology

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Jennifer Noseworthy

Jennifer Noseworthy

Assistant Professor of Biology
Director of the Scientific Enterprise
Departmental Advising

Dr. Noseworthy joined Gordon as a faculty member in August 2012 after completing her Ph.D. in plant biology at the University of New Hampshire. Her primary research interests include improving nutritional content in vegetables and its impact on human nutrition. She conducted a comprehensive study of carotenoid profiles of winter squash (Cucurbita spp.) and sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) aimed at improving varieties of sq ... more ➔

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Craig Story

Craig Story

Professor of Biology
Director, Pre-Health Professions
Director, Pastors and Science Project

My research interests have centered around immunology and molecular biology. In graduate school at Brandeis University, I cloned and studied the transporter protein, called FcRn, that carries IgG antibodies across the human placenta under Dr. Neil E. Simister.

Subsequent to my graduate work, new roles the antibody transporter have been discovered—it extends the ser ... more ➔

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Jessica Ventura

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology

Jessica Dawn Ventura joined the Gordon College faculty in 2010 after earning a doctorate degree from The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Ventura specializes in biomechanics, with an emphasis in computational modeling and simulation of human gait. She has published research in assessing the effect of prosthetic feet on the walking gait of unilateral amputees and muscle coordination during turning of both amputees and heal ... more ➔

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Ming Zheng

Professor of Biology

Dr. Yuanming Zheng joined Gordon College in 2002 with experiences in both academia and industry. His research focuses on plant biotechnology and crop breeding. He uses an immature pollen system he established to study the cellular and developmental events associated with somatic embryogenesis of plant cells. He has published numerous journal papers and book chapters on the subject. His more recent interests include the ethical, legal, social, ... more ➔

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