News & Features

  • 12th Annual Grief Seminar: Sept. 19, 2014

    Save the date for “Living Works: Suicide Prevention,” our 12th Annual Grief Seminar, September 19, 2014.

  • Going ‘idle free’

    Gretchen Geyer, a senior social work major from Parnell, Iowa, came up with the idea to make Goshen College an “idle free” zone during a social work class. Read about how an advocacy project assignment became a reality.

  • Sociology professor leads Senegal Study-Service Term

    Follow along with Assistant Professor of Sociology David Lind and the group of students studying in Senegal during the summer!

  • Alumni Feature

    2013 social work graduate, Rachel Stoltzfus is working with Mennonite Voluntary Service at the Homeless Prenatal Program in San Francisco as housing associate.

  • Seniors and alumni team together on Florida project

    Emma Ruth, a senior sociology major and global economics minor, is part of a team that is working to enhance Pinecraft community’s cultural heritage for future generations.

  • Alum appointed to AMBS Faculty

    Janna Hunter-Bowman, a 2000 sociology/ anthropology grad has been appointed to AMBS faculty.

  • Alumni Feature

    Kelsey Schrock, who graduated in 2013 with a major in Social Work and a minor is Spanish, writes from Managua, Nicaragua where she has started a 2 year volunteer position:

  • Alumni Feature

    Ben Cattell Noll, who graduated in 2009 with a double major in sociology and theater, writes: "Life is thoroughly enjoyable in D.C.; there is never an excuse to have a dull moment with so much to do, and there's a great contingency of Goshen College folks who I see a lot which is nice as well. Send more!"


    The Goshen College Sociology, Social Work & Anthropology and Women's and Gender Studies departments hosted the 8th annual production of IUSB's Michiana Monologues: City of Women.

  • Sociology Maple Scholars 2013

    Sociology faculty and students collaborate in summer research.

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