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Undergraduate News & Achievements - Fall 2014

Welcome to the Fall 2014 installment of our Undergraduate Program (UGP) Community News & Achievements, highlighting updates about UGP students, alumni, and faculty in our BA in Sustainability (BAS), BA in Health Arts & Sciences (BA HAS), and Individualized Bachelor of Arts (IBA) degree tracks. 

I’m always inspired by what our community is up to and trust you will be, too. Please share widely!

Warmly,

Magical Evening at Cabaret

Mon, 2013-02-04 02:39 -- Anonymous (not verified)

 

Born from the inspiration of the INTERsections exhibit, Cabaret for the fall semester of 2012 was the manifestation of collaborative efforts between students and faculty, to showcase the immense talent and passion of Goddard students, in a harmoniously concise format. 

Mahogany Browne introduced the concept of the juke joint format, with several stages, throughout the theatre. 

Alumna Lynne Vanderpot on Jung and Expressive Arts in Psychology and Counseling

Fri, 2013-01-18 13:22 -- Anonymous (not verified)

I assume that many new MA in Psychology & Counseling students at Goddard can relate to the discomfort I experienced at first residency at being initiated into the process of, well, learning how to trust the process. To be perfectly authentic, I showed up on day one looking for much more explicit direction, and much less freedom to choose. Hey, what can I say, I was a friggin’ G1 newbie! Don’t judge.

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Sharing Expressive Arts Work in Academic and Professional Settings

 

In the Psychology and Counseling Department at Goddard, we have many opportunities to share the personal Expressive Arts works that we have made. We also share, in experiences with clients, what we learn about the principles of Expressive Arts Therapy theory.

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Student Tamara Liaschenko's Expressive Movement Creation and Reflection

 

MA in Psychology and Counseling student Tamara Liaschenko presents the expressive movement piece she created as a component of her individually designed course in Social and Cultural Foundations integrating Expressive Arts Therapy content. In her words:

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Grief Work and Expressive Arts by Student Matt Mulligan

 

Our Expressive Arts Emphasis Art Exhibition Opening in the Haybarn Theatre Gallery always creates a special container for us to experience each others’ work made during the past semester.  This time during the fall semester, several students created work as an expression of grief.

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