News & Features

  • 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!"

  • MICHIANA MONOLOGUES 2014

    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.

  • Fostering dialogue between the Latino community and Goshen Police Department

    Gilberto Peréz, Jr., social work professor has been working with Latino community members and the Goshen Police Department to foster open dialogue.

  • Featuring 2012 Social Work Graduate Nora Miller

    Nora writes, “Work's going great right now. I'm still learning a lot but definitely have a much more solid grasp on everything. It's still weird to think I'm actually doing what I went to school for :).

  • Sociology in community

    Carina Zehr, a senior environmental science and sociology double major, helped organize the new Trackside Community Garden.

  • Sociology major wins C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest

    Jacob Putnam spoke on "Peace in Laos."

  • Michiana Monologues 2013

    Thanks to the American Association of University Women for underwriting the Michiana Monologues at Goshen College February 21, 2013. Over 170 people attended, raising a $1,000 for beneficiaries.

  • 2013 GRIEF SEMINAR

    The 11th Annual Grief Seminar was held Sept. 27, 2013. Approximately 100 professionals and community members were in attendance. Check back to the this site for future Grief Seminar announcements.

  • Marjorie Brandeberry celebrated for 35 years of service

    Marge Brandeberry, office manager for the Sociology, Social Work & Anthropology Department (as well as the Art Department), was honored at the college's All-Employee Recognition Celebration in Dec. 2012.

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