Celebrate Christmas in art during upcoming Goshen College Afternoon Sabbatical
Afternoon Sabbatical: “Celebrating Christmas in Art,” by Merrill Krabill, professor of art Date and time: Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. Location: Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall Cost: Free and open to the public As Christmas approaches, Professor of Art Merrill Krabill will…
Online Advent devotions with Goshen College student and faculty voices begin Nov. 21 at blog.goshen.edu/devotions
As churches and individual Christians around the world prepare to celebrate Christ's birth, Goshen College is again offering an online spiritual resource to help believers make time and space in their hearts and minds to welcome Advent and celebrate Christmas.
Afternoon sabbatical features GC men’s soccer coach Tavi Mounsithiraj sharing his journey “From Laos to Goshen”
Tavi Mounsithiraj will share his story of fleeing Laos with his family as a 13-year-old boy and adjusting to life in another culture where today he is the head coach of Goshen College men's soccer, leading his team to national recognition.
Professor James S. Miller remembered with love and appreciation for his three decades of service to Goshen College
Members of the Goshen College community reacted with shock, disbelief and sorrow when they learned about the homicide of Professor of Biology James S. Miller.
Professors of Music Brubaker and Hochstetler to join students for Goshen College faculty vocal recital
Goshen College music professors Dr. Debra Brubaker, mezzo-soprano, and Dr. Scott Hochstetler, baritone, will perform a vocal recital with Goshen College music students on Friday, Oct. 21
Goshen College mourns the death of Professor James S. Miller
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman today sent the following statement to students, faculty and staff: "It is with profound sadness that I inform you of the death this morning of Professor James S. Miller, 58, a professor of biology at Goshen College since 1980.
Students spend the summer in Kenya researching fire ecology
While most college students spent their summers working a summer job and taking a break from studies, four Goshen College students and recent alumni spent the summer riding around the African savanna in a Land Rover, spotting elephants and studying fire ecology with their professor.
Goshen College introduces new employees for 2011-12
Goshen College opens the 2011-2012 academic year with many new faces - and not just among new and transfer students. The college also is welcoming new employees, some of whom were hired and began their duties earlier in the year.
Goshen College’s longest serving employee recognized as leader in service
Kennard Martin came to Goshen College in 1961 to work in the dining hall for two years for his 1-W conscientious objector alternative service.