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Philipp Gollner will bring his interests in religion, migration, space, race and ethnicity to Goshen College this fall as a new assistant professor of U.S. history. An Austrian native, Gollner moved to the United States in 2006.
Goshen College’s new Study-Service Theology Term (SSTT) is currently seeking 20 high school applicants for a two-week study tour in Guatemala in June 2017. Students will be provided with the opportunity to explore their understandings of Jesus’ life and mission in light of contemporary challenges and their own sense of calling.
El nuevo Study-Service Theology Term (SSTT) está buscando 20 estudiantes de preparatoria que soliciten participar en un estudio de dos semanas en Guatemala en el mes de junio de 2017. Los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de explorar su entendimiento de la vida y misión de Jesús en el surgir de los desafíos contemporáneos y de su propio llamado a la vocación.
Sixteen Goshen College students are participating in summer research projects through the college’s Maple Scholars Program.
In February, the State of Indiana Civil Rights Commission (ICRC) awarded Goshen College Assistant Professor of Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies Regina Shands Stoltzfus the 2016 Spirit of Justice Award, the commission’s highest honor. We talk with her about her approach to social justice.
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