Professor of Economics & Business
Chair, Department of Economics and Business
Kent Seibert brings to Gordon many years of corporate experience in three Fortune 200 firms. He has also taught business at Wheaton College and served as their Business/Econ department chair. He has published in the areas of management development and the integration of Christianity and business. His current research focuses on faith in the marketplace, social entrepreneurship, and business as mission. The values of stewardship, justice, and service ... more ➔
Assistant Professor of Communication Arts
Grace Chiou came to Gordon College in 2015 after completing her Ph.D. at the University of Denver. Her concentration is in cultural theory with a focus on religion and media. She has been researching values connected to public and social life: generosity and forgiveness. How do these values get expressed in mass media and how are they promoted and challenged?
In collaboration with Kaye Cook in the Department of Psychology ... more ➔
Assistant Professor of Economics and Business
Professor Cooper teaches classes in microeconomics, public policy, environmental economics, and Christian Teaching on the Economy. Her current research focuses on the development and use of well-being measures for public policy. She has also published on other topics related to behavioral economics and welfare (wellbeing) economics, including consumer behavior in “fast fashion” markets, evaluating environmental policy, and the strategic ... more ➔
Vice President of Marketing and Communications
Rick Sweeney, who served as the first director of communications at Gordon College, returned to the College in November 2010 as the new vice president for marketing and strategic communications. His primary role includes overseeing college-wide integrated brand marketing strategies for Gordon’s nationally recognized student programs, academic disciplines and institutional distinctions.
Sweeney has more than 18 years experience ... more ➔
Professor in the Practice of Economics and Business
Director of Global Partnerships
Alice spent most of her career as a fixed income analyst, covering municipal and taxable bonds issued by states and municipalities, utilities, bank holding companies and insurance companies. Alice’s analysis expertise spans corporate, public and structured finance. Throughout her long business career at several industry leaders, she had worked closely with issuers, investment bankers, bond counsels, portfolio managers, traders and financial ... more ➔