Virgil L. Miller, chair of the Goshen College Board of Directors from 1999 to 2009, was remembered this week for his leadership and varied contributions to the college. Miller, 72, died July 19 at his home in Archbold, Ohio, surrounded by his family, following a two-year struggle with cancer.
From July 23-27, Indiana’s 31 private, nonprofit colleges and universities across the state – including Goshen College – are throwing open their campus doors to students, parents and any others involved in the college selection process as part of Indiana Private College Week.
Goshen College President Jim Brenneman has named James Townsend as the college’s new vice president for enrollment management and marketing.
A 35-page book that urges music students to become “better ‘practicers’ and learners” and to regard such time as a vital personal liturgy continues to be the top-selling Pinchpenny Press book, nearly 25 years after its publication.
On July 4, 2012, the construction of the Winona Trail Bike and Pedestrian Underpass at Goshen College will be taking place. The City of Goshen and Goshen College have been preparing for this day for over five years since the project was first approved and funded.
After 37 years of service, Goshen College Professor of Social Work and long-time Program Director Bob Birkey is retiring. He has been teaching at GC since 1975, making him the longest-serving current faculty member.
Goshen College Professors of History Steven M. Nolt and John D. Roth contributed essays to the book, “The Activist Impulse: Essays on the Intersection of Evangelicalism and Anabaptism.”
This summer, eight Goshen College students are exploring church ministry and gaining valuable experiences as they work with congregations across the United States through the college’s Ministry Inquiry Program (MIP).
Seven Goshen College students are spending the summer in service around the world with a church-related service or mission agency through Goshen College’s Service Inquiry Program (SIP).
Christian-based summer camps provide sacred places for young people to explore what it means to live faithfully in a Christ-centered community while realizing that care for the earth is an extension of Jesus’ ministry. This summer, nine Goshen College students are working at such camps and retreats throughout the country, leading young people on their faith journeys.