It’s that time of year when our Goddard Undergaduate (UGP) students and alumni share news of graduate school acceptances and completions. Hearty congratulations to all of you, including GaBrilla Ballard (IBA’15) for getting a full scholarship to the Smith College School of Social Work’s MSW Program. GaBrilla starts her graduate studies this summer.
Marjorie Hunt (IBA ‘13) was accepted at the University of Southern Maine Graduate Nursing Program and begins her graduate studies this spring.
Allison Goessling (HAS ’14) was accepted into the graduate program at the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing and will be starting her graduate studies in the winter
Reverand Tj McGlinchey (EDU ‘15) started in UGP and then transferred into Goddard’s Education program. In July, he will be graduating with a BA in Education and is excited to start Goddard’s MA in Education program immediately.
Devin Mason (BAS ‘15) was accepted into SUNY-Albany’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning program and will start his graduate studies this fall.
Colin Morgan (IBA ‘15) was accepted into Pratt Institute’s Masters in Information and Library Science program and will start his graduate studies this fall.
Kelly Allen (BAS ‘14) was accepted into the graduate program at New Mexico State University to study Anthropology with a focus on Native American Studies and Food Studies. Kelly also recently started a year-long Americorps position at the Santa Fe Institute of American Indian Arts and will start her graduate studies in Spring or Fall 2016.
Ron Heacock (IBA ‘12, MFAW ’14) was accepted into the Goddard Graduate Institute and will be starting his studies in Sustainable Publishing this summer.
Lily Hughes (IBA ’11) will be attending the Dance Movement Therapy and Counseling Graduate Program at Antioch College of New England this Fall.
Suzahn Ebrahimian (IBA ’15) accepted an offer from Goldsmiths College, University of London for the MA in Performance and Culture. Suzahn writes, “It’s a one year program, starting this September. I’m very excited!”