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.
Goddard College Presents Alchemy of the Word: Writers Talk About Writing One collection. Six genres. Twenty-five authors. A book by writers, for writers, that will teach, provoke, enlighten, and,... more
MFA in Creative Writing, News & Events
Goddard alumna Cara Hoffman read from her debut novel So Much Pretty at Goddard College, which was chosen for the New Yorker's "Books Pick," and Entertainment Weekly's "Must List" and was... more
Students & Alumni, MFA in Creative Writing
Guest Speaker: Frances Moore Lappé
: Goddard College, Plainfield, VT - March 5th, 2012. Frances Moore Lappé is a nationally-known speaker on issues related to environmental sustainability and... more
On March 10th, 2012, more than 250 people from all walks of life gathered at Goddard College's Vermont campus to discuss the role of higher education in student protest, the core values of OWS and... more
Maribou Latour, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, talks about her experience in the Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Program. She graduated in 2012. Watch the video.