In early March, Goucher professors and students welcomed the TRAC theater company from France for a collaborative production of Molière’s "The Miser." It was the kind of international and interdisciplinary experience that the Goucher community thrives on.
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.
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.
This year, Goucher’s Kratz Center for Creative Writing has offered summer fellowships to 10 students, which will fund travel, research, and writing projects.
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.
Sandwiched Goucher alums share their stories of caring for a parent and a child at the same time.
A cohort of Goucher alumnae/i is working in Baltimore City government to support equitable reforms for the city and its citizens.
This year, first-year students were not the only ones moving to campus for the first time. Many sophomores also moved into residence halls after spending their first year online.
In 1920, Goucher students fought for a woman’s right to vote. In 2020, the Goucher community continued to advocate for voting rights while engaging with the next generation.
The 1918 flu pandemic was caused by the H1N1 virus and spread worldwide. One hundred years later, Goucher is using best practices to navigate another pandemic.
Jennifer Hyde Sachs ’90, an entrepreneur and public speaker, recently spoke with the Goucher community about her life in Beijing and the bilingual school she started.
As part of a national racial justice teach-in, Goucher faculty opened their classrooms to the public for discussions about Goucher, racial equity, and more.
New books published by Goucher faculty and alumnae/i.
Stories from four medical professionals, all Class of 2007 graduates, who are experiencing the realities of COVID-19 every day.
Graduating seniors have much to celebrate this spring. For four students, that includes $25,000 grants to take part in AmeriCorps’ Teach for America.
When Goucher moved to remote learning, Associate Professor of Mathematics Phong Le ’03 brought home the 3D printer to do some maintenance. Now, he’s running it all day long, printing parts for face shields for health care workers.
Whether it is at an outreach event, or in the laundry room, “everyone finds a community here no matter what their story is,” Ramos-Fontán says.
As students in Emily Billo’s environmental justice class learned, forces of privilege determine access to healthy food. The class collaborated with the Black Yield Institute to understand the issue.
By Kailah Figueroa The Goucher College Library welcomes Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era, a traveling exhibit from the Maryland Historical Society opening on September 19, 2019. Paul Henderson was an African American photojournalist who worked on the staff for the Baltimore Afro-American as one of their first photographers and as an occasional […]
First jobs teach us a lot. Our first jobs after college can help start our career paths, or help us decide to do something else.
In the spring semester, Goucher created a League of Legends esports team to compete in the Division III Landmark Conference, which introduced esports for the first time.
In December 2018, Donte Small ’18 and Nia Vargus ’18 presented at a conference on race in Curaçao. It was a gratifying end to their Intensive Course Abroad.
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