The Center for Intercultural and International Education (CIIE) meets the educational needs of a wide range of students with specialized resources focusing on intercultural and international education and service to our community, nation and world.
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Goshen is home to one of the oldest semester-long study abroad programs in the country (Study-Service Term), emphasizing total cultural immersion and service in a developing country. In addition, students can take global courses on campus or three-week intensive courses around the country and the world.
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Mennonite leaders will pick up the work of the Minority Ministries Council from the 1960s and 1970s during a conference titled “Black, Brown, and Mennonite: Lessons from the Chicano, Puerto Rican, and Black Freedom Movements for the Mennonite Church,” March 30 through April 1, 2017.
The dramatic growth of Latinos in the United States is no longer seen as reaching a tipping point; it is a seismic, demographic shift. Long immune to the increase of people moving northward, colleges and universities far away from the U.S.-Mexico border are welcoming Latinos to their college campuses. Goshen (Ind.) College has welcomed Latinos to its campus for decades.
Achieng Agutu, a junior public relations major, was one of 15 Indiana students to be recognized for excellence in journalism at the Hoosier State Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest and Newsroom Seminar on Dec. 3 in Indianapolis.
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman joined more than 450 college and university presidents around the nation by signing a statement calling for the continuation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Alia Byrd, a sophomore elementary education major with a double minor in TESOL and Spanish, was among a group of first-generation students from Indiana’s independent colleges and universities to be celebrated at the 27th annual “Realizing the Dream” banquet on Saturday, Nov. 5 in Indianapolis.