“Leading Goshen College: Thoughts from President Stoltzfus”

Taught by Rebecca Stoltzfus

Class begins 1/29/2020, ends 1/29/2020

January 29
1:30-2:30 pm at Greencroft Community Center, Jennings Auditorium

Some say that being a college president is the hardest leadership job around. President Rebecca Stoltzfus, the 18th president of Goshen College, will speak about what fuels her passion for leading GC at this time, along with a few other things that keep her life interesting.

About Rebecca Stolzfus

A 1983 Goshen College graduate, President Rebecca Stoltzfus was vice provost for undergraduate education and professor of human nutrition at Cornell University before returning to lead her alma mater in 2017. She has a distinguished academic career, receiving her master’s and doctoral degrees in human nutrition from Cornell University. Before joining the Cornell faculty in 2002, she taught human nutrition at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. President Stoltzfus is a global health researcher, focusing on the causes and consequences of malnutrition in women and children in low-income countries. She is married to Kevin Miller, a 1985 Goshen College graduate, and they are parents of two young adults, Lydia and Gabe. Singing, cooking, and hiking are among her hobbies. You can read her regular writings and reflections on her blog at goshen.edu/president-blog.