Lexi Heiser, Port Townsend Student
Lexi Heiser is a student in the undergraduate program earning her BA in Individualized Studies (IBA) at Port Townsend, WA. She originally attended Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont. During her studies she relocated to Port Townsend, unaware that Goddard had set up a learning site there. Watch this video to find out how Lexi rediscovered Goddard College on the West Coast.
Lexi’s senior study is a personal research project on the relationships between people and plants, specifically Comfrey. She is researching Comfrey from the many different perspectives and integrating her passions into the work in order to weave together a senior project that is a reflection of her entire academic experience. She hopes to “address the looming issues we face in the world today with knowledge, an open heart, and a grounded sense of being.”
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