At Goshen College, we seek to understand, engage and live with difference. Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion strives to build an intercultural community of practice that takes students, faculty, staff and community members deeper than multicultural or cross-cultural models of community.
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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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On Friday, July 31, Minh Kauffman '74, director of the ACLS Center for Educational Exchange with Vietnam (CEEVN), retired after 26 years with ACLS and nearly 50 years working in international educational exchange and community development. She has been called “the most important person involved in the creation of meaningful relations between Viet Nam and the United States.”
Goshen College has been working around the clock to bring students home from study abroad in Tanzania and Ecuador after travel restrictions were precipitously announced due to the pandemic response.
Dr. Regina Shands Stoltzfus, professor of peace, justice and conflict studies, delivered a speech titled "Unapologetically Just" on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020 during Goshen College's King Celebration convocation.
Joel Lara, a sophomore art major from Goshen, was among a group of first-generation students from Indiana’s independent colleges and universities honored with the 30th annual “Realizing the Dream” award.
Crystal Shellenberger '98, the new Spanish teacher at Paoli High School, attended Goshen College where she participated in a semester abroad, called study-service term (SST), in Costa Rica.