Here at Goucher, our faculty are at the heart of our community, offering individualized attention and mentorship to help students reach their highest potential. They don't offer this kind of attention in a vacuum, however. Goucher faculty are performing cutting-edge research; winning grants; writing books, journals, and magazine articles; performing beloved classics and collaborating on new artistic works; and presenting their work at conferences all over the world.
And guess what? You'll see a few students' names listed alongside their professors, as they research side-by-side their faculty members. Now that's a Goucher education.
To see more about our Faculty's most recent accomplishments, click the links at the left.
News One has named The Burton Wire, ran by Nsenga Burton, associate professor of communication and media studies, as one of the Top 15 black blogs on the web.
Goucher Food Recovery Network
Sea Sloat, the Goucher chapter founder of the Food Recovery Network, and other Goucher students share the background of their program in this video.
Laurie Namey, a graduate of Goucher’s Graduate Programs in Education in 2005, has been named a national emerging leader in education by ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development). Namey, who studied urban and diverse learners, is now a part-time faculty member at Goucher who teaches courses about at-risk and diverse learners.