Featured Stories

  • Debating for Democracy

    Are you a community organizer? Or do you want to become one? A workshop Goucher is offering can help bolster your effectiveness or be the necessary catalyst to get you started.

  • Q & A with Tammi. D. Jackson, Vice President for Finance & Administration

    Meet Tammi D. Jackson, one of the newest members of Goucher’s senior leadership team.

  • Career Week 2015

    Whether you’re a first-year student thinking about a summer internship or a senior pondering your next (huge!) step, the Career Development Office (CDO) will have a session for you during Career Week.

  • Super Season for Men’s Soccer Team and Coaches

    Goucher’s men’s soccer team went from not winning a Landmark Conference game for two years in a row, to becoming a playoff team and having the Landmark Conference Men’s Soccer Coaching Staff of the Year, all within a span of four years.

  • This is MY Goucher

    There are thousands of Goucher students, faculty, alumnae/i, and staff. This makes for a whole lot of different experiences and personalities scattered around campus … and the globe.

  • Teaching & Technology: George Greco

    Associate Professor George Greco is “flipping” his organic chemistry course, allowing students to watch lectures in their dorms and having them work on the material in the classroom.

  • Q & A with Marty Sweidel

    Martin “Marty” Sweidel, Goucher’s new senior vice president for strategic initiatives, sat down with us to share his thoughts on the importance of college (one word: opportunity), music (he loves it all), and why he’s drawn to Goucher. Sweidel, who came from Southern Methodist University in Texas, started at Goucher on November 3.

  • Wi-Fi Everywhere!

    Student ease spurred campus-wide technology upgrades that are bringing high-speed mobile wireless access to all computing devices everywhere on campus.

  • Visiting Author: James Magruder

    Read, read, read. This is the first (and second and third) rule of being a good writer, according to fiction writer James Magruder. Magruder will be visiting Goucher’s campus on Monday, November 3, for a reading and talk at 7 p.m. in the Soper Room of the Julia Rogers Building. “Turn off the television and […]

  • Associative Academics

    What might a history professor have to say about zombies? How would an art faculty member weigh in on the U.S. prison system? Can environmental studies be used to frame a discussion about the Bible? Come to “Interdisciplinary Thinking in Three Acts” to find out.