What is there to do around Gettysburg?
Students in the Eisenhower Institute's Environmental Leadership Program go to great lengths-and depths-to understand environmental policy.
Winds to the East: the Sunderman Conservatory of Music's Wind Symphony had its first international performance tour.
Gifts-whether strategic or seemingly serendipitous-have helped propel the College along a distinctive path.
Peek into Penn Hall, third floor west.
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Gimbel most recently wrote a book entitled Einstein’s Jewish Science: Physics at the Intersection of Politics and Religion. It explains Einstein’s work for the layman and examines the historical, political, and religious context from which it – and other theories of space, time and gravitation – emerged.
Einstein’s theory of relativity, the nature of scientific evidence