There was never any doubt that Andy Yoder ’07 would complete his goal of becoming a doctor, but the path that led him there was difficult.
This summer, 18 Goshen College students are participating in the Maple Scholars Summer Research Program.
Science Olympiad teams from 13 area middle and high schools will gather on the Goshen College campus on Saturday, Feb. 14 to compete in 23 science events, including robotics, forensics and sounds of music, for the annual Science Olympiad regional tournament.
Fourteen Goshen College students are participating in the Maple Scholars Summer Research Program. Started in 1998, Maple Scholars is an eight-week program of research, experimentation, analysis and archiving data.
President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate 1966 Goshen College graduate Dr. Roger N. Beachy to the National Science Board for the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Mosquitos are more than just pesky; they can make you sick. Though there’s been concern lately about Chikungunya Virus, experts say mosquito borne illnesses, like West Nile, may not be as dangerous as scientists once thought.
When it comes to earning a doctoral degree, Goshen College students have an advantage. At GC, students have more opportunities for undergraduate research, have smaller classes and build relationships with top-notch professors both in and out of the classroom.
The AlgaeTown research project has garnered national and international attention this month from both Wired Magazine and Biofuels International. AlgaeTown, a joint undertaking of Goshen College and Formco, Inc. of Elkhart, Ind., is a project with a mission to find an easy and efficient way to produce algae, which can be harvested on a mass scale for use in biofuels, pharmaceuticals and even food.
Twenty-two Goshen College students are spending their summer working with professors on various research projects during the college’s eight-week Maple Scholars program.
Some Goshen College students are collaborating with community members to monitor the water quality of the nearby Elkhart River – and the students are using their new iPads to do it.