Dr. Roger N. Beachy ’66 is the chief scientific officer at Indigo Agriculture. Beachy was the first director of NIFA, where he served from 2009 until 2011.
Adny Yoder ’07 practices general internal medicine at Aultman Hospital in Ohio.
The Goshen College Biology Department will host a two-day symposium during Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 7-8, to celebrate accomplishments of alumni, notably the class of 1966, in addressing global food insecurity.
Ever wonder what you can do with a Goshen College degree? Wonder no more — we checked in with a few of our recent graduates to find out what they’ve been doing since graduation.
The Governing Board of the Entomological Society of America (ESA) has elected 10 new Fellows of the Society for 2016. Election as a Fellow acknowledges outstanding contributions to entomology in one or more of the following: research, teaching, extension, or administration.
Sixteen Goshen College students are participating in summer research projects through the college’s Maple Scholars Program.
Rushika Perera ’95, an assistant professor of virology at CSU, recently won a 2016 Boettcher Foundation Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Award, one of 10 in Colorado, for her studies of mosquito-borne viruses at Colorado State University.
Kevin Bacher ’89 says he has one of the best jobs in the world, giving presentations and coordinating volunteers for Mount Rainier National Park.
The Sustainability Leadership Semester is offered every fall semester at the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College, a 1,189-acre nature sanctuary (30 minutes southeast of the main campus near Wolf Lake, Indiana). The fully-accredited experience comprises 15 credits over five classes, and is open to upper-level students from any major and from any school.
Goshen College’s Sustainability Leadership Semester (SLS) is a 15 credit semester-long program each fall designed to provide undergraduate students with hands-on, experiential learning while engaging real environmental issues in the region.