A Few of Mills’ Most Beloved Then & Now: Bertram Gordon

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May 9, 2013

Then (The Crest, 1970)

Then (The Crest, 1970)

If you ever have a question regarding the history of Mills College (or the history of anything, really), Bertram Gordon is the man you should turn to.

Gordon began working with Mills College during the 1969 fall semester. Not only is he a professor of history who specializes in the history of Modern Europe, he also acts as the department head.

Much like several of our other long-time professors, Gordon has seen certain changes throughout the campus, including a greater number of students who live off campus, work, and carry on many more family and work-related responsibilities beyond their studies.

After 44 years of stepping onto Mills College’s grounds to teach, Gordon still feels that each day is just like the first.

Now (Courtesy of Bertram Gordon)

Now (Courtesy of Bertram Gordon)


A Few of Mills’ Most Beloved Then & Now: Bertram Gordon was published on May 9, 2013 in Faculty, Features, Special Issue

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