Gordon faculty are committed Christians, exceptional scholars and catalysts for transformation—both in their fields and in the lives of the students they teach. They bring experience from places like Harvard Medical School, MIT, Google, Fidelity, PrincewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Honeywell and Liberty Mutual. And they have trained at some of the best schools in the world including Princeton, Juilliard, Harvard, Oxford, Yale and Duke.
The personal stories of Gordon professors are as diverse as their academic and professional interests, and they are eager to bring students alongside them in study and research. With a 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio, professors invest not only in students’ academic success but also in their faith formation, career development and personal life. Faculty members are unified by their faith in Christ, passion for education, and desire to see students grow intellectually and spiritually.
researched and published about COVID-19 before it even became a global pandemic.
was named among the “10 New or Lesser-Known Female Theologians Worth Knowing” by Christianity Today.
has won international music competitions and, as part of the Arabella String Quartet, has released widely praised albums with Naxos.
led the productionization and launch of Gmail and built and managed Gmail’s Site Reliability Engineering group.
a RISD-trained interdisciplinary artist, recently traveled to Mexico for a print portfolio exchange between artists in Oaxaca and Chicago.
has told stories for The Moth and wrote interactive, history-based plays that have been running in nearby Salem for decades.
previously held communication roles at Christianity Today and World Concern, and most recently taught at the University of Notre Dame.
was awarded a Fulbright Research Scholarship for her study of forgiveness in various cultural contexts.
is a leader in a national effort to mobilize evangelical Christians to connect practicing their faith with caring for the environment.
received funding from the National Science Foundation for nanoparticle research for airborne virus detection.
received a Fulbright Scholar Award to develop a survey-based measure of well-being for use in economic analysis.