Deborah Brevoort’s plays, The Women of Lockerbie and The Comfort Team were published by No Passport Press. Also, her play, The Velvet Weapon will receive a staged workshop in the Launch Pad program at UC Santa Barbara and a public reading in July followed by a Q & A with the author.
Welcome to the Summer 2014 installment of our Undergraduate Program (UGP) News & Achievements, highlighting accomplishments of faculty, alumni, and students of our BA in Sustainability (BAS), BA in Health Arts & Sciences (BA HAS), and BA in Individualized Studies (IBA) degree tracks.
The sustainability team was formed in 2007 when Goddard’s then president Marc Schulman signed the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment. We conducted a carbon inventory, created a climate action plan, and began working to reduce emissions. Our goal is to be carbon neutral in fuels burned on campus and electricity usage by 2020. At the same time, we are working to increase energy efficiency, reduce consumption and waste, and integrate sustainability into all aspects of college activities.
Welcome to the monthly MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts (MFAIA) program news blog! This is a regular avenue for the public to learn about the achievements and good work of our alumni, students, and faculty.
This collage represents my vision of the woman I have become through my time at Goddard, and, thanks to my life experiences over those years, how I see myself as a therapist.
I chose the image of The Birth of Venus by Botticelli, partially because I am Italian and also as a symbol of birth of my own feminine qualities. Her nudity is unapologetic. She wears a crown that symbolizes her being the queen of her life, and fully embracing her power and presence.
Artwork by Wendy Phillips.
Over the last five years at Goddard College, we have explored ways to integrate the arts into the Psychology and Counseling department. We have developed ways for students to include creative works as components of coursework, supported students as they incorporated art into their work with clients at internships and practica, and guided students as they produced creative theses and other culminating products.
Welcome to the monthly MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts program news blog! This is a regular avenue for the public to learn about the achievements and good work of our alumni, students, and faculty.
CURRENT STUDENTS AND ALUMNI
Congratulations to all of those with new jobs: