Goddard College at Sundance
In January 2011, Goddard College staff and students traveled to the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah to support and attend Goddard faculty member Alrick Brown's feature film, "Kinyardwanda," inspired by Executive Director Ishmael Ntihabose's stories of survivors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. They discussed Goddard's influence on their artistic practices and their lives with Kris Gruen, Executive Director of WGDR/WGDH, Goddard College community radio.
Bread and Puppet's Deflection Campaign Office with R&R Pillows for Exhausted Electorate Art Exhibit was on display at the Goddard College Art Gallery at 54 Main Street in Montpelier,... more
Dr. Robert "Bob" Belenky looks back on his time at the college where he was a founding dean of Goddard College’s Master of Arts in Individualized Studies degree program.
Watch Kristen Williams explain how meaningful her experience interning in Goddard’s Psychology program has been.
Our MA in Psychology & Clinical Mental Health Counseling program and... more
MA in Psychology and Counseling
This film, made in 1970, was a collaboration between the Goddard College Admissions department and the film students.