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George Delahunty

Community rallies support for building Science Innovation Center

Alumnae/i spanning decades, retired professors, parents, trustees, and other members of the Goucher community have come together to endorse the new Science Innovation Center. Since the announcement of the project’s $10 million lead gift and donor challenge, a cross section of supporters has committed more than $3 million to build

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Artist rendering of exterior of Science Innovation Center

Goucher College announces largest gift ever

Goucher College is delighted to announce that Judy C. Lewent ’70, an accomplished business executive who retired in 2007 from Merck & Co. as executive vice president and chief financial officer, and her husband, Mark Shapiro, have pledged a $10 million lead gift to support the construction of Goucher’s Science

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Fireside chat event with Dr Villa-Komaroff

Broad, Humane Perspective mini-grants

This spring, Provost Elaine Meyer-Lee announced three faculty projects that would be funded by the Broad, Humane Perspective mini-grants. The projects will, as she wrote, “help us explore the ways in which we—as the college’s mission statement states—‘prepare students with a broad, humane perspective.’”

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Senior Jack Topper at NASA

Goucher senior studies solar eruptions at NASA internship

A Goucher education is designed to help students make an impact in the world. For senior Jack Topper, the impact he made doesn’t end at the Earth’s atmosphere. Last summer, Topper brought his Goucher experiences to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center during his internship in their Heliophysics Science Division.

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A message from [UNDAUNTED] campaign chair Robert Bull ’93

In 2015 Goucher launched [UNDAUNTED], a comprehensive campaign, to raise $100M to enhance our campus facilities, enrich our students’ experience, endow professorships, and establish scholarships. To date, our community has raised $80M and has completed four transformational capital projects.

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The protectors

At the Environmental Protection Agency, three Goucher graduates are working hard to protect our water, land, and air. To do so, they must be vigilant, committed, and adaptable—traits they honed long ago.

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Same Spirit. New Determination.


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