Sanford J. Ungar
Sanford J. Ungar became President of Goucher College in 2001. Goucher is a liberal arts college in Baltimore and the only US college that requires study abroad. Prior to Goucher, Ungar was Director of the Voice of America for two years. From 1986 to 1999, he was Dean of American University’s School of Communication. He wrote Fresh Blood: The New American Immigrants. His The Papers & The Papers: An Account of the Legal and Political Battle over the Pentagon Papers, won the George Polk Award in 1973, and Africa: The People and Politics of an Emerging Continent was a best seller in the 1980s. From 1980 to 1983, he hosted several NPR programs, including "All Things Considered." He was Washington editor of The Atlantic, managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine, and staff writer for The Washington Post. He was a correspondent for UPI in Paris and Newsweek in Nairobi. Ungar earned a B.A. in Government from Harvard and a M.A. in International History from the London School of Economics.