With a concentration in environmental science, Sam Glickstein was already interested in intensive agriculture when he got the chance to build a prototype of a hydroponic system in Goucher’s greenhouse.
To better prepare students for professional success, Goucher officially launched the Goucher Advantage last fall, which integrates career education directly into the curriculum and into students’ lives.
Goucher students are examining something lurking in the water. By testing water samples for microplastics, nitrates, phosphates, dissolved oxygen, bacteria, and pH balance, they have discovered a different kind of monster.
Goucher prides itself on bringing diverse groups of people together to solve complex problems. We spoke to a first-generation college student, an international student, and a former expat student to find out if that’s really ...