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 what’s happening.
Goucher’s campus, with its 287 wooded acres in the heart of Towson, is an obvious draw for the students who come here. But they aren’t the only ones to call Goucher home. Be they young staffers or program directors, a number of faculty and staff, as well as their families, have always taken advantage of the opportunity to do the same.
In an increasingly fast-paced globalized society, how does one preserve ancient traditions and cultural heritage? Over the past year, a group of professors and students from Goucher’s M.A.C.S. program has been working on two projects addressing that question.
After serving for more than a decade on the Goucher College Board of Trustees, Ruth Shapiro Lenrow ’74 became board chair in July, previously serving as the board’s secretary and vice chair, as well as gala chair for two years.
After five years at Niagara University teaching abstract algebra and practical statistics, a faculty position opened at Goucher College. Phong Le ’03 was only a year away from tenure, but he says the decision came down to where he wanted his career to go. This was Le's [UNDAUNTED] moment.
The tech world has a problem: It needs more employees with liberal arts degrees.
Goucher students posed thoughtful and important questions to Maryland’s top elected officials and gubernatorial candidates during two recent events.
Several student-athletes were honored for not only their prowess on the field but their commitment to excellence off of it.
Nina Kasniunas, Arsht Professor in Ethics and Leadership at Goucher College, received a Champion Award for being a standout faculty member at the first-ever ALL IN Challenge Awards Ceremony.
Goucher College President José Antonio Bowen will receive the Ernst L. Boyer Award.
When junior Duncan Miller ’18 saw the projected path of Hurricane Irma, he reported for duty with the Habersham County Sheriff’s Department.
Four Fulbright finalists were selected from Goucher for the 2017-18 academic year.
Goucher’s message about preparing college graduates for the jobs of the future seems to be resonating. As of May 18, the college had received a record number of deposits—70 more than the previous year at this time—and was on track for the Class of 2020 to be one the largest in its history.