Goddard College at Sundance
In January 2011, Goddard College staff and students traveled to the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah to support and attend Goddard faculty member Alrick Brown's feature film, "Kinyardwanda," inspired by Executive Director Ishmael Ntihabose's stories of survivors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. They discussed Goddard's influence on their artistic practices and their lives with Kris Gruen, Executive Director of WGDR/WGDH, Goddard College community radio.
The Single Parent Program at Goddard was the first of its kind in the country. Then Director of Development Doug North developed the program in response to what he saw as a pressing social concern... more
This was filmed by Jesse's family and friends on April 3, 2011, when Jesse graduated with her BA in Individualized Studies form Goddard College in Plainfield, VT.
Matt graduated from Goddard's Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability program in the fall of 2012. He is the Founder and Executive Director of Long Way Home, Inc., a 501(c)(3) that uses sustainable... more
Caltha Crowe is a Responsive Classroom consulting teacher and a member of Northeast Foundation for Children's Board of Directors. In this interview, Caltha talks about her books, Solving... more
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... more