The Science Research Center is a vital pillar of Goucher’s [UNDAUNTED] comprehensive campaign.
Three Goucher College faculty members have been selected as the inaugural recipients of the Myra Berman Kurtz Fund for Faculty Research and Exploration of the Sciences (KRES Fund) Year of Exploration.
This fall, Goucher College will launch an Asian studies minor focused on that region’s history, politics, and philosophies. Complementing this new program is the recently hired Luetkemeyer Chair professor, Yu Chih (Clay) Chou.
With a generous gift, Goucher College announces the Anne Hoover ’67 Scholarship Fund to recruit exceptional students from traditionally underrepresented geographic regions, both domestically and internationally.
Yaphet Getachew has been named the inaugural Tisch Fellow in Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program at Goucher College. Drawn to the role physicians can play in addressing the impact of systemic racism on the health and well-being of communities of color, he’ll begin at Goucher this summer.
New lights were installed at the Evenlyn Dyke Shroedl ’62 Tennis Center, which was no easy feat. Helicopters helped stand up the new lights, one of the last touches for the new center. Gallery Play Play Previous Next
The Luetkemeyer Chair Fund in Mandarin Chinese and Asian Studies supports the hallmark of a Goucher education – global learning.
Matched by alumnae/i contributions, the Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund from the Maryland Department of Commerce has awarded Goucher College $1,000,000 in grants to support an endowed professorship in integrative data analytics.
Goucher College will create the Collaborative Humanities Laboratory to enhance the study of visual, material, and historical culture using a $149,961 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant. Goucher was one of only five institutions nationwide to receive a grant from the NEH’s Humanities Initiatives at Colleges and Universities.