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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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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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Learning That Reveals Itself in the Everyday and in Community: Joe Mason on Studying Sustainability

How to engage in education that reveals itself in the the everyday and over time? Listen to what Joe Mason, a Social Innovation and Sustainability student, has to say about this process in his studies and community. These videos are … Continue reading

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Personal Education, Resonance and Meaning with Faculty Member Jim Sparrell

Jim Sparrell, a long-time faculty member, discusses how personal and meaningful the education is at Goddard College.

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Everybody Doing Something Different from Everybody Else: Karen Campbell

Listen to faculty member Karen Campbell discuss the diversity of student studies, and how it translates into greater intimacy and collaboration.

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Guest Scholar Pamela Booker on Eco-Meditations and “Where’s Your Tree?”

Pamela Booker, MFA, our visiting scholar for the spring 2017 residency, is an author, educator, performance artist, and Lambda Literary Awards Finalist as well as an urban growing-sustainability enthusiast, Reiki healer and herbalist. Last past fall, she was co-plenary speaker … Continue reading

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Women’s March in Washington, D.C. with Jan Booth.

So many Goddard students and faculty participated in the January 21st Women’s March in marches across the country. This series highlights some of those marches. Here are notes on being part of the Washington, D.C. march by Health Arts and … Continue reading

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