Evalyn Bates, Founder of the Adult Degree Program at Goddard College
Doug North interviews Evalyn Bates, circa 1988. The Adult Degree Program (ADP) was created by Evalyn Bates, the Assistant to the President, and adopted by the faculty in 1963. It was the first low-residency adult education program in the country and forms the basis for Goddard's current low-residency model.
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Alum AJ Russo (BA '88-'89) is working on "Wounds of Waziristan" with director is Madiha Tahir, an indie journalist based out of NYC and raised between Pakistan and NJ.
MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts faculty member D. Sabela Grimes in "Drivin' up Western . . . Dibiase's Skullcrack freakin' through the stereo . . . PULL OVER!!! CAN'T DRIVE, MUST DANCE!"
MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts
This video is an excerpt from a 1988 oral history session with John Hall, former Director of Admissions and former President, 1976-80. In it, John discusses his reasons for coming to Goddard, his... more
Education Program Director Sue Fleming made this beautiful slideshow tribute of the late David Frisby, faculty advisor at Goddard from 1992-2013.
Bachelor of Arts in Education