Dr. Lee Miller, a 1980 Goshen College graduate, and 2006 GC graduate Matt Bauman are working, along with other researchers, towards major advancements in long term paralysis treatment. Their team’s research with brain-controlled muscle simulation in monkeys was recently mentioned as one of the top 10 break-throughs of 2012 by Science Magazine.
Goshen College Professor Emeritus of Education Samuel L. Yoder died on Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, at the age of 92.
Music Together®, the national early childhood music and movement program, is offering a three-day Teacher Training Workshop at Goshen College on March 1-3.
Members of the Goshen College Music Department faculty will present a mixed recital in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall on Friday, Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
Visiting artist Kwiran Lee will present a recital of solo piano works at Goshen College in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Valentine’s Day is most often celebrated indoors with chocolate and roses. At Merry Lea’s Valentine dinner on Friday, Feb. 15, the special treat is a night hike.
How does an activist become an auctioneer? For Robert Brunk ’63, who gave up the gavel and retired this year, the journey from being a community organizer to an auctioneer has taken many twists and turns. After Brunk graduated from Goshen College, he attended the University of Michigan and became aware of a need for social … Keep reading »
Khadar Bashir-Ali ’85 is bringing education back to Somalia. Conflict and civil war have plagued Somalia for decades. In recent years, drought and famine have added to the crisis, ultimately leaving much of the country, and the education system, in disarray. In November, a new government was formed, and Bashir-Ali was appointed to the Education … Keep reading »
Ron Kraybill ’76 can finally cross off meeting Archbishop Desmond Tutu from his bucket list. Kraybill, who is a peace and development adviser for the United Nations, has been working to negotiate peaceful elections in Lesotho since November 2009. Last year, Kraybill assisted in a mediation process led by the Lesotho Heads of Churches, working … Keep reading »
We came from all over: Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Goshen, Moundridge (Kan.), Seattle, State College (Pa.) and Tucson. We met in Washington, Iowa – the place two of our group now call home. There were 12 of us. Almost all of us had lived in Avon or Aurora house, side by side on College Avenue in … Keep reading »