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Preparing for the Future: Gordon Education Department Offers Innovative STEM Training for Teachers

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Class of 2012 Biology Graduate Pursues Protein Research at UCSF

Ken Hallenbeck '12 receives 3-year NSF grant

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Conference Championship Marks Standout Season for Gordon Athletics

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Gordon College Welcomes Tom Haugen as Its New Chaplain

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EPA Head Speaks on the Boston Roots of Her Stewardship Convictions

As Gina McCarthy, administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, took the podium in Ken Olsen Science Center’s MacDonald Auditorium Monday night, November 4, it did not take long to realize that Gordon College’s distinguished guest felt right at home.

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Israeli Filmmakers Visit Gordon for Cultural Exchange

Gordon's Film Society has teamed up with the Boston Jewish Film Festival and the Consulate General of Israel to New England to bring rising filmmakers to campus.

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Creative Friendship: Gordon Art Professor and Patron Launch New Book Together

Artist Bruce Herman launches new book.

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Imaging God the Father in the History of Art: Matthew Milliner Speaking at Gordon College

A rising star in the field of art history, Milliner shows the surprising connections between art history and theology, and how art helps us interpret Scripture.

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Mark Noll Speaks at Gordon; Third Talk In Richard F. Gross Distinguished Lecture Series

Mark Noll unpacks a 500-year-old question.

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Hell On Stage: C. S. Lewis’s “The Screwtape Letters” Opens In Gordon's Theater

Honoring the anniversary of C.S. Lewis, Gordon's Theatre Arts department produces an original adaptation of "The Screwtape Letters."

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The Nature of Science with Owen Gingerich—October Series Kickoff

The 2013 Herrmann Lectures on Faith and Science

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Scientific Research Society, Sigma Xi, Hosts Lecture, Discussion and Opportunity to Collaborate

Sigma Xi to collaborate and offer recommendations to City of Peabody

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Sip, Savor and Sleuth at Salem’s Maritime History-mystery

"Goodnight, Captain White" returns to Salem for October performances after sold-out summer production

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The Nature of Science with Owen Gingerich—october Series Kickoff.

The 2013 Herrmann Lectures on Faith and Science

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Boston Business Leaders Breakfast: Craig Weatherup

Retired CEO of Pepsi Co on his new leadership role for Startbucks, international business, and the importance of mentoring.

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Gordon’s Kinesiology and Neuroscience Program Receive Human Brains, Hearts for Course Study

It’s one thing to study about the human brain or heart in a textbook. But learning moves to a different level when students are able to study the real thing.

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Center for Faith & Inquiry presents The Evangelical Left: Oxymoron Or Opportunity? with David Swartz

David Swartz Speaking at Gordon College

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China's Entrepreneurial Leaders: Victor Yue Yuan

Dr. Yuan is chairman, founder, and president of Horizon Research Consultancy Group, the leading public policy polling firm in China.

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Summer Research in the Gordon Woods

Students have assisted Dr. Greg Keller with his research on habitat fragmentation.

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Special Radio Interview: President D. Michael Lindsay

Focus on the Family panel discussion about the challenges of college life.

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Gordon Welcomes Eight New Professors to the Faculty

With a range of academic and global expertise, Gordon's new professors will fit right in with the current faculty.

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Salem Museum Offers Personal Enrichment Courses by Gordon's Institute for Public History

Courses aim to provide knowledge that will both enrich local residents and benefit the commerce community

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Gordon Launches New Summer "Leadership Lab" for High School Students

Thirty-two exceptional high school students are spending a mid-summer week at Gordon College, building relationships, developing strengths and exploring real-world issues with their peers from across the country and around the world.

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Salem’s Maritime History-Mystery—Tickets Now on Sale

Cry Innocent creators unveil comic whodunit of 1830 murder

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Goodnight, Captain White - Production Sheet for Media Relations

Cry Innocent and HistoryAlive! present October performance of "Goodnight, Captian White"

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Gordon Biology Professor Joins Evangelical Scientists In Urging Congress to Act On Climate Change

Dorothy Boorse attended press call to announce release of a letter calling on Congress to address the issue of climate change.

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Honors for Joe Krivickas, SmartBear Software CEO and Gordon College Trustee

Joe Krivickas, President and CEO of SmartBear Software and Gordon College Trustee, has been named a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2013 Awards in New England.

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An End and a Beginning

Along with their families, friends and professors, 311 undergraduate students and 55 graduate students participated in Gordon College’s 121st commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 18th.

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New Academic Year, New Beginnings

New and retunring students gathered for Gordon's annual Matriculation Chapel, featuring the past academic year's recipient of the Senior Distinguished Faculty Award.

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Gordon College Wins Grant for Research on Women in Leadership

How well are women represented in leadership positions within evangelical institutions?

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Gordon's Emergency Communication Service–connect-ed®

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Want a Better World? Think Growth

In a new book in the American Enterprise Instititute's Values & Capitalism series, three professors—Edd S. Noell, Stephen L. S. Smith, and Bruce G. Webb—explore the benefits of growth and address common concerns regarding how growth impacts the poor, the environment, and culture.

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Professors at Play: Summer Book Picks

In between academic conferences, family vacations and research projects, Gordon professors love grabbing a good book from their pile and diving into their summer ‘beach’ reading.

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The Fruits of Summer Research

Students and faculty have been busy in the Ken Olsen Science Center this summer, collaborating on research projects.

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A Message from President Michael Lindsay

President Lindsay's reflections on the Boston Marathon tragedy.

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Gordon College Community Saddened by Loss of a Student

A memorial service honoring Monica's life, faith and service others will take place at Gordon College on Friday, April 5 at 3:30 p.m.

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Andrew Card, Former Bush Chief of Staff, Speaks About Faith In Times of Crisis

Andrew Card, Former Bush Chief of Staff, was the keynote speaker at the second annual Gordon Celebration of Faithful Leadership.

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T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets Inspires Collaboration and International Tour

T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets inspired an artistic collaboration and international tour.

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Senior VP for External Relations Appointed

Dr. Paul J. Maurer has been appointed Senior Vice President for External Relations at Gordon College, effective April 1.

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Carter Crockett to Serve as Inaugural Director for Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

Gordon is proud to be launching the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, which will become a new hub for entrepreneurial activity on the North Shore and for the global Christian community.

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Triple Honors for Recreation and Leisure Studies Program

Gordon's Recreation and Leisure Studies Department's program sweeps awards at annual MRPA conference

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Prayer Service Held for Professor David Lumsdaine

Wednesday afternoon, February, 27, members of the Gordon College community—students, faculty and staff— gathered in the A.J. Gordon Chapel for a time of prayer, following the death, earlier in the day, of Professor David Lumsdaine.

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Loving Our Global Neighbors

A free conference and response to global poverty

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Balkans Semester to Launch In 2014

The Balkans Semester for the Study of War and Peace is an interdisciplinary, humanities based program centered around the themes of war and peace, conflict and reconciliation.

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Professor David H. Lumsdaine, 64

David H. Lumsdaine, professor of political studies at Gordon College, died Wednesday morning, February 27, of complications from a heart attack. He was 64.

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Saluting the Troops

Dan Moen '04 (Chaplain (CPT), Sasha (Massand) Moen '01, and their children, Daniella and Hannah, were at Dan's deployment ceremony when during the National Anthem Sasha snapped this photo of Daniella standing behind her father, saluting.

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Coral, Ticks and Songbirds: Gordon Science Community Presents Research at Sigma Xi Symposium

A variety of research will be presented at the 4th Annual Sigma Xi conference.

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500 Students + 29 Inches of Snow + 1 Quad

Saturday afternoon, after the "shelter in place" order was lifted, the dorms, several hundred students ventured out to the quad for campus-wide snowball fight.

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Biology Professors Win Grant to Help Pastors Gain Scientific Literacy

Over the next three years, a new grant will create dialogue between clergy and scientists.

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Winter Storm Warning

Gordon College will be closed on Friday, February 8 through Saturday, February 9

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Richard Mouw and Clive Carver to Address Gordon Community During DEEP FAITH Week

Dr. Richard Mouw, President of Fuller Seminary, and Rev. Dr. Clive Calver, Pastor of Walnut Hill Community Church in Bethel, CT, will be the featured speakers during Gordon College’s annual Deep Faith Week, February 11–13.

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Beyond Colorblind

This week (January 28 through February 1), Gordon College’s Office of Community Engagement hosts Beyond Colorblind, a focus week to engage new conversations about race and culture on campus.

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A Winter-Break Peacemaking Mission

Four days after the start of the new year, 10 students from Gordon College traveled to Belfast, Northern Ireland, with the purpose of not “doing”, but listening.

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Jennifer Bryson: Religious Freedom and The Arab Spring

Jennifer Bryson, director of the Islam and Civil Society project at The Witherspoon Institute, to speak at Gordon College

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"Impenetrable Hope and Teflon Goodness"

President Lindsay, a regular blogger for the Huffington Post, reflects on the intriguing mind behind the hit movie "Elf."

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