Tickets for Goshen College events are available through the Box Office and online:
The Sherer Trio (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Watch and listen to the Sherer Trio on Sunday, Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m. EST at Goshen.edu/livestrea. Featuring Matthew Hill, professor of music, Solomia Soroka, professor of music, and adjunct professor of cello, David Machavariani.
Homecoming Week Virtual Open House
Interested in attending Goshen College? Learn more about GC by attending this Homecoming Week virtual open house.
GC Talks: “An Introduction to the Criminal Justice and Restorative Justice Program” (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Regina Shands Stoltzfus ’84, professor of peace, justice and conflict studies, and Robert Brenneman, professor of criminal justice and sociology, will introduce one of GC’s newest programs, the criminal justice and restorative justice major. Learn more about this new program and ask questions you may have.
GC Talks: “The Latinx student experience at GC” (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Join members of the Latino Student Union, a recent GC Latina graduate and their adviser, Richard Aguirre, for a presentation about the Latinx students’ experience at GC.
Virtual Roundtable Conversation: Franklin Baer, Rebecca Shetler Fast and Paul Shetler Fast (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Three 2020 Goshen College alumni award-winners, Franklin Baer, Rebecca Shetler Fast and Paul Shetler Fast, will speak during a virtual roundtable conversation about community networks and successful global public health on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m.
GC Talks: “Long-Term Energy Efficiency Gains at Goshen College” (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Glenn Gilbert, retired director of facilities, will present on the decades long work that he led to increase energy efficiency on campus. He will show how even though the campus has significantly increased building square footage, the environmental footprint has shrunk.
GC Talks: Luke Gascho, “The history of the Potawatomi Tribe in Elkhart County and Settler Impacts on the Tribe” (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Luke Gascho, retired Executive Director of the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, will share his research on the history of Elkhart County. He has done extensive research about the land, which was home to the Potawatomi people, and how the tribe was impacted by settlers to the area.
Yoder Public Affairs Lecture: Shashi Buluswar, "Decolonizing 'Culture for Service': A New Paradigm for Impact in the Developing World" (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Shashi Buluswar, CEO of the Institute for Transformative Technologies (ITT) will present a virtual lecture titled "Decolonizing 'Culture for Service': A New Paradigm for Impact in the Developing World" on Thursday, Oct. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
Virtual Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center Presentation (Virtual Homecoming Week)
Jason Martin, the Executive Director of Merry Lea, will provide an overview of the work of the environmental learning center. In addition, Marcos Stoltzfus ’06 and Jennifer Schrock, respectively, will present on the Environmental Education and Mennonite Creation Care Network programs.
Virtual Performance: Goshen College Peace Plays (Virtual Homecoming Week)
The Goshen College Theater Department will revisit two former winning Peace Plays during Virtual Homecoming Week, to be shown virtually Oct. 2-4, 2020.
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