Hoffberger Science Building

This is the Hoffberger Science Building. It's a little difficult to see it through the trees. You'll notice that a lot on Goucher's campus. Inside this building you'll find not only science classes, but also all sorts of student-faculty collaborative research, which goes on throughout every year and really heats up over the summer. See that big dish in the upper right? That's a product of one of those research projects. It's a radio telescope, built by physics Professor Ali Bakhshai and undergrad physics major Jay Zeck to scan the Milky Way Galaxy.

1021 Dulaney Valley Rd, Towson, MD 21204, USA

Phone

410-337-6000

Upcoming Events

Computational Ethics Series Movie Night: Ender's Game

The Goucher College Department of Computer and Data Science Computational Ethics Series presents the movie Ender's Game (2013, PG-13) on Wednesday, April...

4/17 7pm
Scholarship Talks:  Natalie Van Breukelen

Join CAST to showcase one of this semesters Scholarship Talks: Integrative Research Exploring Reproductive Behavior in Fish: An Approach to Engage Students...

4/26 1pm
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Join CAST to showcase one of this semesters Scholarship Talks Kevin Schultz Development of natural product analogs to target protein...

4/26 1pm

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