Warren Dorsey was the first Black man to graduate from Goucher. The 100-year-old microbiologist, teacher, and principal overcame many obstacles to get the education he dreamed of.
COVID-19 derailed many student internship opportunities. In response, Goucher created a micro-internship pilot program to offer virtual, paid internships with alumnae/i mentors and companies.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Sociology Michael Lengefeld discusses his research on nuclear weapons development, Latin American cocaine production, concussions in sports, zoonotic spillover, and how it’s all connected.
Goucher’s curriculum is evolving and will continue to do so to best prepare our students to succeed not only immediately after graduating but also long into the future.
Snapshots of the Goucher community at home—Chapin Noel ’24, Paige McSavaney ’24, Jaired Tate, Kendyl Walker, and Tina Carretti show their lives learning and working from home.
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