No fewer than 16 student athletes hailing from outside the United States dot Goucher’s rosters as of last semester.
With a strong foundation from their faculty mentor David Zurawik, these young alums are the next generation of award-winning journalists.
Recent books from the Goucher community
From curating galleries to cultivating personal collections, these alums are working with art.
Katrina Ramirez-Meyers ’11 gained her passion for social justice—as well as her appreciation for batteries—from lessons she learned across the world.
Ron Antlitz, M.A.T. ’99 is a teacher with a vision for how much more could be possible.
Verónica Segarra, Ph.D., is an associate professor and the Endowed Chair in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology.
Robert Bull ’93 is receiving the 2023 Marguerite Barland ’60 Merit Award, celebrating the achievements of Goucher’s Black alumnae/i.
Goucher Magazine asked members of the planning committee to get together in the Ungar Athenaeum to discuss what they saw in the new Campus Master Plan.
Jessica Moore ’94 is the chief of the Major Events Coordination Division of the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service.
Young Alumni Spotlight: Meet Zachary Reese
Meet Natalie Van Breukelen, assistant professor of practice in the Biological Sciences and Post-Baccalaureate Premedical programs What awesome things did you work on over the summer? This summer I had an amazing opportunity to travel to Texas with two Goucher students (Will Frasier ’25 and Finley Lindsey ’23) to conduct field research at Independence Creek […]
Meet Ashley Bent, Van Meter Club member
Every year, students in four of Goucher’s graduate programs come together for a weeklong residency on campus, taking classes and getting hands-on experiences.
Jennifer Barrett Cox spends all her time helping kids. She works with the school system by day and runs a nonprofit by night.
As the president and CEO of the Downtown Development District of New Orleans, Davon Barbour is helping his adopted city tackle its issues.
Did you know that the tradition of turning your tassel at graduation might have started at the Woman’s College of Baltimore?
Michelle R. Hammond joined Goucher College as the associate vice president for the Library and Learning Commons in February 2022.
With the restart of student government in Fall 2021, several Gopher student athletes took advantage of the opportunity to serve the Goucher community.
Goucher alumnae/i educators share the classroom “aha” moments that fuel their passion for learning and teaching.
At the Environmental Protection Agency, three Goucher graduates are working hard to protect our water, land, and air. They must be vigilant, committed, and adaptable.
The rise of mental health awareness during the pandemic has spurred a transformative transition to teletherapy for both practitioners and patients.
Recent books, including history, fiction, memoir, and more, from Goucher's alumnae/i and faculty.
This year, Goucher’s Kratz Center for Creative Writing has offered summer fellowships to 10 students, which will fund travel, research, and writing projects.
Emily Waskow ’22 was 16 years old when she started college at Goucher. Now 18, she has already graduated and is planning a future in cognitive neuroscience.
In mid-April, dozens of higher education leaders came together in person and virtually for a two-day forum at Goucher College to discuss global learning.
Education has transformed Seowon Kim twice. First at Ewha Womans University in Seoul, and now at Goucher College, where she is learning who she really is.
The "Say, Are You a Doctor or a Lady?" exhibit highlights pioneering women with science degrees who were “first” in their fields.
More than half of Goucher's women’s basketball team is pursuing science degrees.
Logan S. Herring Sr. ’04 is the recipient of the 2022 Marguerite Barland ’60 Merit Award, which celebrates Black alumnae/i who have significantly contributed to equity on and off campus.
In 2020, the pandemic forced schools and students to move to virtual learning. That transition was a turning point for Kimberly Vasquez and her advocacy work.
Marilyn Warshawsky knows Goucher history. And in spring 2021, the Goucher Board of Trustees announced that she had been awarded the title of college historian.
In 1983, Alicia Carter had her life tragically cut short, and the murder remained unsolved for 38 years. Now, alumnae are coming together to remember their generous friend.
The Isabel Srour ’21 Endowed Scholarship Fund provides financial aid to students currently enrolled in undergraduate programs at Goucher College, with a preference given to students interested in music.
Four Goucher College alums are honoring creativity, culture, justice, and sustainability through food and drink.
Together, sisters Eileen, Karen, and Kimberly Whitlock sit on the board of Laboratorios Borinquen, the largest laboratory testing company in the Caribbean.
Sandwiched Goucher alums share their stories of caring for a parent and a child at the same time.
In 1889, Goucher College created a “universal museum,” which held more than 100,000 works. Today, faculty and students are re-examining Goucher’s “lost museum.”
Clay Chou is an assistant professor and the Luetkemeyer Endowed Chair in Mandarin Chinese and Asian studies, with academic interests in Chinese literature, visual media, popular culture, and gender.
First Lieutenant Bryce Harrison is currently stationed at Camp Casey in South Korea, just over 10 miles from the DMZ between North Korea and South Korea.
Combining law and public policy to help disadvantaged communities is a sweet spot that Delaney Green discovered at Goucher.
The Science Research Center is a vital pillar of Goucher's [UNDAUNTED] comprehensive campaign.
Recent books from the Goucher community
In the 1960s, expectations for women were changing; fashion was changing. It was time, too, for the Goucher College handbook to change.
What will the next 100 years bring? We spoke to six Goucher professors to see what they hope, or fear, will happen in the future of their fields.
A history of the movement for reproductive health care, including birth control, better birth outcomes, and expanded access for underserved communities, through the eyes of Goucher graduates
A cohort of Goucher alumnae/i is working in Baltimore City government to support equitable reforms for the city and its citizens.
Recent books in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry published by Goucher College faculty and alumnae/i
Welcome to the "Goucher Girls Zoom," a Friday-night gathering that began a year ago in the homes of more than a dozen Goucher graduates.
We spoke to Assistant Professor Tamsin Kimoto about their research and the fields of philosophy and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies today.
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