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 ...
Michelle R. Hammond joined Goucher College as the associate vice president for the Library and Learning Commons in February 2022.
This year, Goucher’s Kratz Center for Creative Writing has offered summer fellowships to 10 students, which will fund travel, research, and writing projects.
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.
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.
Recent books from the Goucher community
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
Recent books in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry published by Goucher College faculty and alumnae/i
We spoke to Assistant Professor Tamsin Kimoto about their research and the fields of philosophy and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies today.
More than 30 years ago, the first male students enrolled at Goucher College. Today, some of their daughters are building on the legacy.