Economics and business students and faculty are a vibrant community on Gordon’s campus:
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American Enterprise Institute Conference, June 2012
Four Economics and Business Department students traveled to Washington, D.C., for a conference at the American Enterprise Institute on the theme “Purpose & Prosperity: Exploring the Confluence of Faith, Economics, and Public Policy.” Jordan Frank, Russell Hawkins, Joy Jeon and Julia Marra were in the nation’s capital June 6–9 to meet with AEI’s distinguished senior fellows. This invitation-only event, with full scholarship support, honors outstanding juniors from around the country.
Student Honors, April 2012
Gordon’s Spring Honors Convocation saw a host of ECB Department awardees on the blue carpet. Big congratulations to the following:
Marcela Hejzlarova: Economics and Business Leadership Award, for strong academic performance, exemplary Christian character, and outstanding leadership in economics and business-related activities.
Jason Gentile: Economics and Business Servant-Leader Award, for outstanding performance as a student while serving fellow students and the community as departmental TA.
Blake Berkey: Senior Economics and Business Award for the highest grade point average among graduating seniors.
Pictured: Marcela Hejzlarova, Jason Gentile, Prof. Emeritus Bruce Webb, and presenter Prof. Kent Seibert
China Seminar, June 2011
China Seminar 2011 returned on June 15 after an intensive 19-day study tour. Gordon students led by Prof. Stephen Smith, along with students and faculty from Biola and Westmont, traveled more than 2,000 miles within China from Beijing through Taiyuan, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Xiamen and Shanghai. They visited—and interacted with leaders at—businesses and factories, universities, churches, and social service agencies. They also visited celebrated sites of Chinese history and culture, including the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Tienanmen Square, and many others.
Scotsman's Trials, April 2011
Students in Prof. Kent Seibert's Organizational Behavior class designed and hosted a day-long, Olympic style event of competition between the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes.
Pictured: "Out of our way!" Competitiors in the build-your-own-boat event.
Cup for Marketing Excellence, December 2010
Natalie Giordano, Ben Check-Davis, Matt Gibson and Jon Van Dyne (not pictured) accept congratulations from ECB Chair Prof. Smith after their team wins the fall award for best marketing plan in Prof. Alice Tsang’s course, ECB 277 Principles of Marketing.