Jim Brenneman believes that the world needs Goshen College. Now, he is preparing to lead the institution in sharing its mission and core values in the local community and region, in the
church and beyond.
Goshen College announced today that educator, biblical theologian and church leader Dr. James Brenneman is the candidate of choice to be the 16th president of the 111-year-old institution committed “to educating servant leaders for the church and the world.”
A chapel message from presidential candidate of choice Jim Brenneman on Nov. 18, 2005.
Terry Barrett An expert in contemporary art criticism, Dr. Terry Barrett is Professor of Art Education at The Ohio State University. He is the first art educator to be a visiting artist in the Kenagy series. Barrett, an art critic in education for the Ohio Arts Council, is the recipient of the Ohio State University … Keep reading »
Awarded by the Goshen College Alumni Board, the 2005 Culture for Service Award will be presented to 1955 graduate Hans J. Hillerbrand, published scholar and religion professor at Duke University in Durham, N.C., and 1968 graduate Ramzi Farran and 1969 graduate Carol Farran, a high school chemistry teacher and nurse researcher, respectively, from Oak Park, Ill. Justin Rothshank, a Goshen native and 2000 graduate who now lives and works in Pittsburgh, Pa., will be the first recipient of the Decade of Servant Leadership Award.
Linda Freel, drawing and painting Reception: Sept. 4 Linda Freel is an instructor of graphic design at Ivy Tech. She currently lives and is an active artist in Michiana.
When Goshen College’s Class of 2009 arrived on campus for Orientation Weekend, Aug. 20-21, there were 14 National Merit Finalists among the group– twice as many as had ever been in a Goshen College first-year class previously. In addition, among members of the class are a student who showed cows at a state fair, one who turned down a full scholarship to play rugby abroad, and two students who ride unicycles.