Interim President Yordy encourages campus to expand

In his first beginning-of-the-semester message as interim president, John Yordy called the Goshen College campus to acknowledge what it does well and what can be done more intentionally in recommitting to a culture of hospitality when he spoke on Jan. 21 during convocation.

Goshen College Presidential Search Committee meets to begin process of listening and discernment as progress

The process of seeking a new president for Goshen College has begun with a focus on listening to the many voices with interest in leadership for the 110-year old institution. When the newly named members of the Goshen College Presidential Search Committee gathered from across the country in Kansas City for their first meeting, they were directed by Virgil Miller, chair of the Goshen College Board of Directors, and Rosalind E. Andreas, chair of the Mennonite Education Agency (MEA) Board of Directors, to “reach out within the church to include many voices in this process to inform your prayerful work together.

Presidential Search Committee meets to begin process

The process of seeking a new president for Goshen College has begun with a focus on listening to the many voices with interest in leadership for the 110-year old institution. When the newly named members of the Goshen College Presidential Search Committee gathered from across the country in Kansas City for their first meeting, they were directed by Virgil Miller, chair of the Goshen College Board of Directors, and Rosalind E. Andreas, chair of the Mennonite Education Agency (MEA) Board of Directors, to

Showalter presidency and contributions celebrated in day-long farewell events

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As students, faculty, staff, community and church leaders, benefactors and alumni filled Sauder Concert Hall on the morning of Sept. 20 to say thank you and farewell to President Shirley H. Showalter for her service to Goshen College, many wore scarves in all shapes and colors to honor a leader whose trademark accessory connects to her passion for relationships and cross-cultural learning.

Interim president appointed for Goshen College

In times of change, there is both challenge and opportunity, said Virgil Miller, chair of the Goshen College Board of Directors. Taking on an immediate challenge, the Board’s Executive Committee and Goshen College President’s Council, with the support of Mennonite Education Agency, have been working together to plan for the college’s presidential transition following the resignation of President Shirley H. Showalter.