The Goucher Video Application lets students be more than a number.
- At peak earnings ages (56-60), liberal arts majors earn more than those who majored as undergrads in professional or pre-professional fields
- 4 out of 5 employers want all students to study the liberal arts and sciences
- Unemployment rates among liberal arts majors are low and decline over time
- 93% of employers agree that ability to think critically, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems is more important than undergraduate major
- Many liberal arts and sciences majors also gain graduate and professional degrees and experience significant earnings boosts when they do
When applying to college, most students take into account three deciding factors: academics, finances and campus life. But what does it mean to attend a public school over one that is privately funded?…
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Proud to point out that Goucher’s presence has expanded to at least 10% of the list:
Janet Brown (President and CEO of Grantmakers in the Arts) - former adjunct faculty at Goucher
Bob Lynch (President and CEO of Americans for the Arts) - a frequent guest lecturer at Goucher
Robert Bush (President of Arts and Science Council) - former adjunct faculty at Goucher; winner of the 2014 Selina Roberts Ottum Award for Arts Leadership
Of the UTMOST relevance to me:
the inimitable Ramona Baker - director of the Goucher College Master in the Arts of Arts Administration program - you have seen me speak of her before and you will see me speak of her again.
Maryo Ewell - instructor, Cultural Ecosystems for MAAA/the current and final class required for my Master’s program
One apt description was that: “She has been, and is, the “go to” person nationally for rural arts and small community thinking.”
Some bonus favorite tweeters and speakers that made the list: Randy Cohen (Vice-President, Research and Policy of Americans for the Arts), Richard Evans (President of EmcArts), and Laura Zabel (Executive Director of Springboard for the Arts).
Did any of your favorites make the list?
Is the last day to change your meal plan!
-You can review all of your meal plan transactions by logging into your OneCard account at http://onecard.goucher.edu. Remember to use your Goucher login and password.
-To change your meal plan, not later than 9/8, proceed to: www.goucher.edu/mealchange
-Go to the following Meal Plan information link for facts regarding meal plan options: http://www.goucher.edu/billing/meal-plan-options
We know that your academic record and grades on tests are not always the best representation of you as a student. Maybe you’re a dancer or a scientist, and want to show us more than your transcript. That’s why we created the Goucher Video App, so you can tell your story in your own words. For more information, click here.