Goshen College President James E. Brenneman called for greater dialogue and exchanges between Christians and Muslims as he concluded a trip in which he led Goshen College board members and supporters to Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman announced Friday that John D. Yordy, the college’s provost and former interim president, will retire June 30. Brenneman also announced that Executive Director of Enrollment Lynn Jackson has been promoted to the new position of vice president for enrollment management and that the president will supervise campus vice presidents starting next month under a new leadership structure.
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman will lead Goshen College board members and supporters on a trip to Egypt and the United Arab Emirates, Feb. 19 to March 5, to foster understanding across cultures and spread the college’s influence in the world.
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman welcomed students, faculty and staff back to campus for the spring semester with a call to make wise choices when facing key life decisions and recognizing the need for faith and prayer.
Opening chapel of the 2008 spring semester, delivered by Dr. James E. Brenneman, president of Goshen College, on Friday, Jan. 11, 2008 in the Church-Chapel.
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman called on students, faculty and staff Wednesday to embrace the college’s core values and to work for the common good.
Opening convocation of the 2007-2008 academic year, delivered by Dr. James E. Brenneman, president of Goshen College, on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2007 at the Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
By President James E. Brenneman at the Goshen Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Feb. 7, 2007
Goshen College President James Brenneman celebrated the leadership, vision and ideals of Martin Luther King Jr. in three commentary columns published over the weekend in local newspapers.
The year 2006 was a good one for new Goshen College President James Brenneman, he said during his opening convocation for the college’s spring semester on Jan. 10. He noted, facetiously, that – like every other reader of the magazine – he was named “Time” magazine’s Person of the Year for 2006.