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In Memoriam: Mary Frances Wagley, 1927-2020

In Memoriam: Mary Frances Wagley, 1927-2020

After earning degrees in chemistry at MIT and Oxford Univerity, Dr. Wagley began her teaching career at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. She later taught at Johns Hopkins University and Goucher College, both in Baltimore.

In Memoriam: Florence Rosenfeld Howe, 1929-2020

In Memoriam: Florence Rosenfeld Howe, 1929-2020

Dr. Howe began her academic career at Hofstra University and then Queens College in New York, In 1957, she joined the faculty at Goucher College in Baltimore. After establishing the Feminist Press in 1970, she joined the faculty at SUNY-Old Westbury.

Six Colleges and Universities Announce the Appointments of Women to Dean Positions

Six Colleges and Universities Announce the Appointments of Women to Dean Positions

the new deans are Lis Pankl at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Taléa R. Drummer-Ferrell at Kent State University in Ohio, Stephanie Nesbitt at tica College in New York, Aarika Camp at Goucher College in Baltimore, Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and Dorie J. Gilbert at Prairie View A&M University in Texas.

La Jerne Terry Cornish Appointed Provost at Ithaca College in New York

La Jerne Terry Cornish Appointed Provost at Ithaca College in New York

Dr. Cornish has been serving since 2014 as associate provost for undergraduate studies at Goucher College in Baltimore. She joined the faculty at Goucher in 1998 as an instructor of English. Dr. Cornish will take on her new duties at Ithaca College on July 1.

In Memoriam: Rhoda M. Dorsey, 1927-2014

In Memoriam: Rhoda M. Dorsey, 1927-2014

Dr. Dorsey joined the Goucher College faculty in 1954 as an assistant professor of history. At that time, the college admitted only women students. In 1968 she was named academic dean and became the first woman president of the college in 1974.

Elizabeth Augusta Stoffregen May (1907-2011)

Elizabeth Augusta Stoffregen May (1907-2011)

Elizabeth S. May, an educator who was the first woman appointed to the board of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, has died at her home in Harvard, Massachusetts, at the age of 103.