Featured Stories

  • Goucher Mentor Network

    Sushma Chapagain, a first-year student leaning toward a sociology major, knows she wants to work for a non-governmental agency either here or abroad in the future. But she’s not totally set on the details. “My career plans evolve quite a lot,” she says. That’s why she is so interested in the Goucher Mentor Network, a pilot program from the Career Development Office (CDO) that matches alums with current students in mentoring relationships.

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News

  • Longtime Equestrian Coach Patte Zumbrun Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award

    Former Goucher College Equestrian Program Director Patte Zumbrun has been awarded the 2015 Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) Lifetime Achievement Award. Zumbrun joins 22 equestrian team coaches who have been presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award over the 48-year history of the association. As the director at Goucher from 1987 to 2013, she is credited […]

  • Dan Simpson: Bumps in the Road

    Goucher College presents “Bumps in the Road,” a performance by writer, singer, and pianist Dan Simpson, on Thursday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. in Merrick Lecture Hall. Simpson combines memoir, poetry, and music to examine what it took for him and his identical twin brother, Dave, both of whom are blind, to live artistic lives.

  • Goucher Hires Dr. Leslie W. Lewis as Provost

    Goucher is pleased to announce Dr. Leslie W. Lewis will be the college's next provost and vice president for academic affairs. Starting July 1, she will serve as the second-highest ranking official at the college.

  • Goucher Inducts 2015 Class to Athletics Hall of Fame

    Goucher is honoring Kim Raley Graybill ’95, Percy Moore ’95, and former Equestrian Director Patte Zumbrun for their outstanding contributions to the college’s athletics and intercollegiate athletics programs.

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In the Media

Kudos

  • Mathew Heggem ’07

    Mathew Heggem majored in dance at Goucher before he became CEO of SUM Innovation. Ideamensch takes a look at his unique career path here.

  • Nsenga Burton

    In this Baltimore Sun article, Nsenga Burton, an associate professor of media studies at Goucher, said American men identified not just with Bill Cosby's perfect-father sitcom persona, but also with his real-life struggles as a parent of five children.

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