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December 2018 Community News and Events

Top: Katie Schwerin, Mt. Monadnock Labyrinth. Photo: Bill Whyte. Below: Images of the installation process. Photos: Rueben Radding, current MFAIA-VT student. The Mt. Monadnock Labyrinth Current MFAIA-VT student Katie Schwerin recently completed a public arts project titled, The Mt. Monadnock Labyrinth, a land art instillation located near the Dillant-Hopkins Airport in Keene, NH.  The labyrinth […]

New Human Animal Interaction Studies Concentration in Psychology Program

The Goddard College Psychology Program is proud to announce a new concentration in Human Animal Interaction Studies. Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) and Animal-Assisted Activities (AAA) have grown exponentially in popularity in recent years. Animal-assisted therapists work as professionals and volunteers in a variety of settings, treating issues such as relationship conflict, depression, and trauma, with children, […]

PEN North American Centers Scholarships Now Open for Creative Writers

Goddard College is pleased to announce that applications are open for a $10,000 scholarship that will provide creative writers from anywhere in North America a pathway to earning a master’s degree in creative writing. The Goddard/PEN North American Scholarship, now in its third year, is the result of a partnership between Goddard’s low-residency MFA in […]

Dr. Bernard Bull Announced as New Goddard College President

Academic Innovation Expert Starts November 1 The Goddard College Board of Trustees has named Dr. Bernard Bull as Goddard College’s next president, the trustees announced on Monday. Dr. Bull most recently served as Chief Innovation Officer, Vice Provost of Curriculum and Innovation, and Professor of Education at Concordia University Wisconsin. There he led a University-wide […]

October 2018 Community News and Events

Top: Elfin Forest Chaparral Through the Seasons. Below: Pushing Up Daises. Photos: Ruth Wallen Ruth Wallen’s “Daylighting Escondido Creek Watershed,” a part of Public Address’s DesEscondido No Longer Hidden, at California Center for the Arts, Escondido Museum. Currently much of Escondido Creek is hidden by chain link fences and the original creek bed obscured by a cement […]

David and Tracy Grisman Concert

Goddard College is proud to present David and Tracy Grisman at Goddard College’s historic Haybarn Theatre on Friday, October 5, for a fundraiser to support Goddard College. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. The show starts at 8:00 p.m. David Grisman is a brilliant mandolinist who is known far and wide for his unique sound, which […]

John Chater Remembers the Goddard College Fire Department

In the Winter 2018 Clockworks, we wrote about the Goddard College Fire Department and invited alumni to share their stories. One, John Chater, responded with this write-up and update. We’re glad to share it here. If you have a fire department story or photos to share, please do so in the comments below! “Upon arrival […]

August 2018 Community News and Events

Image left: Stefanie Batten Bland. Photo by JC Dhien. Image right: Company SBB// Stefanie Batten Bland in Bienvenue欢迎WelcomeBienvenidoأهلا بك. Photo: Sally Cohn CompanySBB at Spoleto & Lecce Festivals, Italy Current MFAIA-VT student Stefanie Batten Bland’s project Bienvenue欢迎WelcomeBienvenidoأهلا بك, an interdisciplinary piece in collaboration with visual artist Benjamin Heller and composer Paul Damian Hogan, examines our […]

Congratulating 2018 Recipients of Goddard/PEN North American Scholarships

An additional $20,000 in Creative Writing Scholarships Awarded The Goddard College MFA in Creative Writing Program congratulates Steven Dunn, recipient of the $10,000 2018 Goddard/PEN North American Scholarship, and second-place $5,000 awardee Masha Sukovic. Ten additional scholarship candidates received Engaged Artist Awards of $2,000 each: PEN America members Amy Barnes, Lisa Chambers, Will Duprey, Ron […]

Why I Give to Goddard

Goddard College is home to more than 20,000 alumni globally. Our alumni tell us that their unique experience here is central to their approach to their work and has had a transformative effect on their life. Patricia Shepherd (IBA ’08, MFAW ’10) is a two-time graduate and Boston Chapter Co-Chair. Here is a statement on […]