Author Archives: Individual Poet

The Medicine of Music, Plants, Nursing, Writing, and Translation: Goddard Students’ Workshops at the Fall 2017 Residency

Call and Response – Finding the Music Inside Us, with IMA returning student, Tim Simmons. From our very beginnings, music has been part of what define us as humans. We sing and dance to express our joy and our sadness. … Continue reading

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Comfort Quest by HAS Student Lisa Evers

A current Health Arts and Sciences Student, Lisa Evers, RN, just had an article on her MA study and some of her life’s biggest legacy work published in the American Holistic Nurses Association journal. Evers’ article, “Comfort Quest: Nursing Pain … Continue reading

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Embodied Knowing: The Body is the Revolution on the Magical Mystery Tour

Goddard faculty members Lise Weil, Sarah Van Hoy, and Lori Wynters, who helped design and launch the new concentration in Embodiment Studies, recently talk about embodied ways of knowing of WDGR’s Magical Mystery Tour. Listen to the “Embodied Knowledge: The … Continue reading

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The Power of Words In Action with Transformative Language Arts

The Power of Words is in the air — it’s the focus of the 14th annual Power of Words conference to be held Aug. 18-20 at Ferry Beach in Saco, Maine, as well as the focus of a podcast with … Continue reading

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The Social Life of Natural Foods with Diasie Sammy-Christopher

Diasie Sammy-Christopher, a Health Arts and Sciences student, explains the ways we can come to understand food and “what extend we are manipulated by external sources.” Here’s her comments on engaging in the social life of natural foods. These videos … Continue reading

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Karen Campbell Reflection and Dialogue: A Process Central to Real Learning

Karen Campbell, a faculty member in GGI, explains the role of continual reflection and dialogue. These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about his work here.

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Encouraging Students Visionary Potential with Sarah Van Hoy

One of the most important focuses for faculty, explains faculty Sarah Van Hoy, is encouraging students’ visionary potential. These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about his work here.

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