Building on its academic distinctives, Goshen College faculty and administration recently approved 12 new undergraduate academic programs of study, including six majors, three minors, two concentrations and an education licensure add-on program, across five areas of study. The new opportunities will be offered beginning in the fall of 2017.
Mikhail Fernandes ’16 and other young adults address issues every June when they attend Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders (GAP) Institute, which is sponsored by West Coast Mennonite Central Committee (MCC).
Jason Kauffman ’04, director of Archives and Records Management for Mennonite Church USA, explores how Mennonites have approached environmental thinking over the years.
Goshen College President James E. Brenneman joined presidents and chancellors from more than 180 colleges and universities to urge president-elect Trump and the incoming congressional representatives to accelerate progress towards a clean energy future.
Goshen College was named an honorable mention Bike Friendly Campus by the League of American Bicyclists.
The Dakota Access pipeline is causing controversy across the country, and one group of Goshen College students came out to protest it.
Goshen environmental educator Paul Steury would like to see a greener Goshen, and he’s seeking the help of the Goshen City Council to try and make it happen.
Sam Weaver ’15 has worked this summer for Allegheny CleanWays on the Recycle Right project.
Kevin Bacher ’89 says he has one of the best jobs in the world, giving presentations and coordinating volunteers for Mount Rainier National Park.
The Sustainability Leadership Semester is offered every fall semester at the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College, a 1,189-acre nature sanctuary (30 minutes southeast of the main campus near Wolf Lake, Indiana). The fully-accredited experience comprises 15 credits over five classes, and is open to upper-level students from any major and from any school.