A 1989 Kenyon graduate, Gordon Loveland majored in physics while completing honors research on light scattering in highly chiral liquid crystals. He then went on to earn a master’s degree in physics at Lehigh University while performing research in non-linear optics on degenerate four wave mixing.  

After teaching physics at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pa for five years, he took a similar position at University School on the east side of Cleveland, OH.   Over a seventeen year span he held the position of science chairman and taught in Kenyon's KAP physics program.  

Education

1991 — Master of Science from Lehigh University

1989 — Bachelor of Arts from Kenyon College, cum laude

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