Healing the World, Peace by Peace
Archives for 2009
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman opened the new school year by inviting members of the campus community to become peacemakers as they pursue their professions, passions and callings.
Opening Convocation of the 2009-2010 academic year, delivered by Dr. James E. Brenneman, president of Goshen College, on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009 in the Goshen College Church-Chapel.
Goshen College is pleased to announce and welcome new employees for the 2009-10 academic year. Several persons were hired and started earlier in the year, and several have changed positions within the institution.
In a report eagerly anticipated by incoming college students and their parents, Goshen College placed 131st out of 249 liberal arts colleges in the 2010 “America’s Best Colleges” rankings by “U.S. News & World Report.” Last year it was ranked 149th out of 265. Goshen continues to be ranked in the third tier of Best Liberal Arts Colleges for the ninth straight year.
How do the practices, habits and routines of worship form Christian -and specifically Mennonite- identity? Goshen College Professor of History John D. Roth explores these questions in his new book “Practices: Mennonite Worship and Witness,” (Herald Press, 2009). “Practices” is the final book in his three volume series on Mennonite identity in the 21st century.
Goshen College ranks in the top 4.5 percent of U.S. colleges and universities, according to Forbes magazine and the Center for College Affordability and Productivity (CCAP).
More donors gave gifts to Goshen College during the 2008-09 fiscal year (which ended June 30) than the previous year, even in a difficult economic climate which hit Elkhart County, Ind., particularly hard.
This summer, 21 incoming U.S. Latino, African American, Asian American and Native American college students participated in the Goshen College Summer Academic Leadership Training (SALT) program- sponsored by the Center for Intercultural Teaching and Learning (CITL) at Goshen College to help first-year students successfully transition from high school to college.
Goshen College’s graduate program in nursing has only been around for two years, but already the first class of graduate nursing students will receive a master’s degree from an accredited nursing program next year.