News & Features

  • Marketing Major and Minor Added to Department Programs

    The Goshen College Business Department has added a marketing major and minor to the growing list of department programs.  Students wanting to study marketing will take courses from the Art, Business, Communication, and English departments.  In addition to marketing courses, students will add courses in design, public relations, media, speaking and writing to prepare for […]

  • Lilly Endowment awards $1million grant

    Goshen College has received a $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish stronger career counseling, foster student entrepreneurship and promote internships and other experiential learning opportunities at the college.

  • Accounting program provides path to career

    Accounting majors benefit from the unique feature in the accounting program, a full-semester, paid internship.  This capstone experience provides students with a clear path to a job after graduation.

  • Co-Housing for Goshen

    The city of Goshen will soon have a new co-housing development near downtown and the popular Millrace Trail. Two local leaders, local builder Richard Miller and Goshen resident Mary Ellen Meyer, are partnering with a team of senior Business and Accounting majors from Goshen College in the hope of advancing their initiative.

  • Business students take top prize at MEDA competition, again

    Business students (l-r) Karli Graybill, Luis Lopez, Josh Stiffney and Niles Graber Miller, won first prize in the Student Case Competition at MEDA's annual convention in Wichita, Kansas, Nov. 9.

  • Algae Town Explores the Future of Biofuel

    Five students in the Business Capstone class -- Fasica Bayou, Moti Endalew, Niles Graber Miller, Khavoir Graham and Michael Holland – were invited to help the project’s founders and a group of students from the biology department develop the product and identify new sources of funding to support their research.

  • Biking to Work, to School and to Shop

    Students in a Business Capstone class taught by Jerrell Ross Richer, Ph.D. participate in a hands-on learning experience with community partners from the Goshen area.

  • Business students win Bi-national competition

    Goshen College senior business students continued the strong tradition of winning the MEDA case competition. This case competition began in 2006 and Goshen College teams have won many times. Congratulations to this year's winning team - Kristina Lopienski, Clayton Miller and Hans Weaver. Five other students and Department Chair Michelle Horning also attended the event in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

  • Accounting program ranked 10th best in the nation; 2nd best in Indiana

    Accounting faculty and students received good news from NASBA recently.

  • New Business Administration degree classes begin in January

    With classes beginning in January 2013, Goshen College is now taking applications for the new Bachelor of Science Business Administration degree tailored for adult lifestyles..

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