Chelsea Schield's new book examines how laborers, domestic works, sex workers, and housewives in Aruba and Curaçao challenged oil corporations and political authorities, molding the industry from the ground up.
Verónica Segarra, Ph.D., is an associate professor and the Endowed Chair in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology.
Michelle R. Hammond joined Goucher College as the associate vice president for the Library and Learning Commons in February 2022.
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.
We spoke to Assistant Professor Tamsin Kimoto about their research and the fields of philosophy and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies today.
We spoke to Jess Phoenix, M.F.A. ’18—volcanologist, natural hazards expert, nonprofit founder, and author—about her career, writing rituals, and the book that she came to Goucher to draft.
There is little that Oprah Winfrey can’t lay claim to on her resumé: Academy Award nominee, undisputed talk-show queen, leader of the world’s biggest book club, Broadway producer, one of Time magazine’s “most influential people of the 20th century”—and Goucher College Commencement speaker. It is hard to imagine some 25 years later, but on Sunday, […]
Aarika Camp became Goucher’s vice president and dean of students this past fall. She discusses opportunities for Goucher and working through a pandemic, while keeping a sense of humor.
The Goucher College assistant professor of biological sciences and San José native talks about his academic journey and the joys—and six-year-old perils—of living on campus.
Ebstein's exhibitions bring back alums to connect with the campus community and encourage students to see the space as theirs.
"Nothing in the definition of recreation has to be physical. It’s a form of self-expression, which is exactly what exercise is. I think art can tie into that a lot."
At the start of the 2018 semester, Goucher College announced that Scott Sibley would take over as interim provost.
"If pressed I would title myself a Jack-of-all trades. So I may not know exactly what my “career” is but I know what I do and why I do it."
Social Services Executive
Director of Goucher's Quantitative Reasoning Center
Director of the Center for Advancement of Scholarship and Teaching
2017 Baltimore City Teacher of the Year
Owner, Connelly & Associates Fundraising, LLC
Dissertation/Writing Coach, Defend & Publish, LLC
Novelist, short story writer, medical student
Owner & Designer, Mary DeArment Word Art
Trustee and philanthropist
A Q&A with Goucher's new sustainability coordinator
"I was blessed with exceptional professors and mentors; Jean Harvey Baker, Joe Morton and Julie Jeffery most notably."
"Goucher prepared me for my career and for my life by being the best of what a liberal arts college should be..."
"Hot Steel concert/party in September at the College Center Courtyard, our first party with boys invited! This is where I met my husband in 1979."
"I left Goucher thinking that I could do practically anything if I just put my mind to it and I still feel that way today."
Provost Leslie Lewis on student inquiry, the new Goucher curriculum, and why intro classes just don’t work.
Last semester’s mindfulness theme found Goucher President José Antonio Bowen in a contemplative mood, so he put together an album of meditative tunes with engineer Daniel Chase.
I’m Goucher all day. It’s nerdy and perfect, and it never leaves me.
Composer and teacher of piano and music theory and the 1998 winner of the first prize in the International Alliance for Women in Music’s Miriam Gideon Competition Briefly describe your career (what you do, where you do it, why you do it). I really don’t use the word ‘career’ because it implies a constant ascent, […]
Creative asset manager at Optimist, a Los Angeles-based, full-service agency specializing in experiential branding Please describe your career (what you do, where you do it, why you do it). I manage a creative team at Optimist. We specialize in experiential branding, working on anything from animation, graphic design, and event design to packaging or virtual […]
English teacher in Štip, Macedonia, where she is a Peace Corp volunteer Could you describe your career (what you do, where you do it, why you do it)? Well, I wouldn’t say that what I have right now is a “career” exactly. Since graduating from college, I’ve been doing stints in various national service projects: […]
Historian, author, and the George R. Cooley Curator of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection Could you describe your career (what you do, where you do it, why you do it)? I’m the George R. Cooley Curator of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection, a special collections library and archives here at Swarthmore College. We collect materials […]
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President José Antonio Bowen will host a reception and open forum discussion in Aspen, Colorado.
An original crossword puzzle by Janie Smulyan ’70. (All answers are contained herein.)
Chef and Owner of Sparrow Bar and Cookshop
Author and Musician
Artist, writer, curator
Senior Legislative Adviser
Author and Columnist for Bleacher Report
Graduate Student, Engineering
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