Archives for 2009
Speakers and topics: Matt Nafziger – “The Power of Music” Laura Krabill – “Hate Crimes” Sam Jones – “The One Mile Smile” Candi Dhanaraj – Storytelling speech
Glenn Gilbert, campus sustainability coordinator and utilities manager will en’light’en us about the campus carbon footprint.
Melody La Luz is a sex educator in Chicago.
Students participated in Goshen College’s Service Inquiry Program in the summer of 2009
Tim Wise is a nationally known speaker and author. His most recent book is “Between Barack and a Hard Place: Racism in the Age of Obama.”
Vicki Kirkton, director of the undergraduate nursing program, will share a family story of healing.
Led by Academic Dean Anita Stalter, Dean of Students Bill Born and Associate Academic Dean Ross Peterson-Veatch.Come lend your thoughts to 3 big questions:What should all Goshen College students know by the time they graduate?What should all graduates be able to do?What should all graduates feel responsibility for?
John L. Martin, director of the Department of Disabilities for the state of Ohio, and winner of the “Culture for Service” award.Other 2009 award recipients: Culture for Service (Galen D. Miller ’74) and Champions of Character (Marty Hess Kelley ’71 and Lynn I. Williams ’60).Following chapel, at 10:30 a.m., a reception for the award recipients will be held in the Church-Chapel Gathering Rooms.
Race & Reconciliation at Goshen College” by guest speaker Brenda Salter McNeil
Founder of youth Ministries for Peace & Justice, Bronx, New York
Alexie Torres-Fleming is founder of Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice in the Bronx borough of New York City.