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Residency Theme: "The Wild, The Unwanted, The Unseen"

This is a working draft of the Goddard Graduate Institute Spring 2022 Residency schedule. Please do not regard anything listed as final until you have been advised to do so by the Program Lead. Zoom links will be the last things added. We recommend that you bookmark the SCHED link and refresh each time you check it, to make sure you capture any new updates.

NOTES ABOUT SCHED
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A full guide on how to use all of Sched’s features is available here: https://sched.com/support/section/guide-for-attendees/ If you continue to have questions about SCHED, you can contact academicservices@goddard.edu (weekdays) and helpdesk@goddard.edu.

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Friday, January 21
 

4:00pm EST

FINAL Deadline for Graduating Student Paperwork: (Due two weeks before the commencement residency)
In order to receive a diploma at graduation, graduating students must complete the following by this deadline: 

  • The final product must be submitted and approved by the advisor and second reader in SIS.  
  •  All end of semester student evaluations must be submitted in SIS.  
  • If applicable, all course equivalents must be submitted and approved in SIS.  
  • Any Student Account balance must be addressed.  
  • All materials must be returned to the Library.  Please contact the registrar@goddard.edu for assistance.

Speakers
avatar for Jillehn Washburn

Jillehn Washburn

Registrar, Goddard College


Friday January 21, 2022 4:00pm - 4:00pm EST
SIS (electronically)
 
Friday, January 28
 

12:00am EST

DEADLINE: Final Registration of New & Returning Students (All day on the Friday before the start of the residency)
All registration paperwork (academic, financial aid and student account clearances) is due to the Registrar's Office. Any changes in enrollment status should be submitted and approved by the program chair and Registrar before registration. At registration, the Registrar will do the final registration and certification of enrollment in the student information systems (student attendance is not needed). Students who are incomplete with the registration paperwork will be placed on a leave of absence for the semester or withdrawn as outlined in the academic handbooks. Eligible students are then considered enrolled for the semester; any changes in enrollment after registration will follow policies outlined in the academic handbooks. Please contact registrar@goddard.edu if you have any questions about your registration status. No event attendance is needed.

Speakers
avatar for Jillehn Washburn

Jillehn Washburn

Registrar, Goddard College


Friday January 28, 2022 12:00am - 11:59pm EST
Deadline
 
Wednesday, February 2
 

12:00am EST

Arrival Day - New Students & Faculty
Wednesday February 2, 2022 12:00am - 11:59pm EST
This is a Day Marker

9:00am EST

SELF STUDY: How to Use Canvas (for all students)
See the Canvas Student Training Handbook and view the draft Canvas Semester Space for GGI

Canvas Navigation Video Tutorial
Navigation Overview Video: This video provides an overview of navigation within Canvas.

S22 Canvas Spaces Video Tutorial
Canvas spaces video: This video provides an overview of the different Canvas spaces available for the Spring 2022 semester.

If you have additional questions about Canvas, feel free to bring them to one of the Drop-in Sessions with the Registrar on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday afternoons of the residency.

Wednesday February 2, 2022 9:00am - 11:59pm EST
Canvas

9:00am EST

SELF STUDY: Intro to Tech Tools & Residency Resources
Please get familiar with your program resources page in Canvas https://goddardcollege.instructure.com/courses/164/pages/resources


Wednesday February 2, 2022 9:00am - 11:59pm EST
Canvas

9:00am EST

SELF-STUDY: NSO Activating Accounts and Intro to SIS (30 Self-Study PowerPoint slides)
See Navigating the Student Information System (SIS) for your program.
New students are encouraged to review these presentation slides to use as a reference to activate your Goddard email account and your student information system (SIS) profile. There is additional information presented as an Intro to SIS for learning the navigation features and where to create your study plan. If you have questions, contact registrar@goddard.edu

Speakers
avatar for Jillehn Washburn

Jillehn Washburn

Registrar, Goddard College


Wednesday February 2, 2022 9:00am - 11:59pm EST
Link attached

9:00am EST

SELF-STUDY: NSO Intro to the Writing Center (15 mins asynchronous)
Please see Writing Center video and transcript.
In this quick recorded session we will review resources available to Goddard Students regarding Goddard Writing Coaches and the Writing Center.

Wednesday February 2, 2022 9:00am - 11:59pm EST
Link attached

9:00am EST

6:00pm EST

Faculty Meeting

Speakers

Wednesday February 2, 2022 6:00pm - 8:00pm EST
Zoom
 
Thursday, February 3
 

12:00am EST

1:00pm EST

NSO: Introduction to the Ecology of Your Goddard Experience (with UGP)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
We will present an overview of information technology resources and services at Goddard, building off the introduction you received via GOTS prior to arriving on campus. We provide a comprehensive overview of your Program Page and other online based resources here at Goddard.

Speakers
avatar for Deborah Bloom

Deborah Bloom

Assistant Dean of Community Life, Goddard College
Deborah Bloom started at Goddard in 2015 in the Student Academic Support offices. As the Director of Student Services, she supervises the Writing Center, ADS office, and Student Life. Deborah has recently been elected to serve on the Goddard Board of Trustees as the Staff Constituent... Read More →
avatar for Stephen PIte

Stephen PIte

Assistant Academic Dean, Goddard College
Stephen’s career is one of innovative program development and teaching in higher education for the arts, along with collaborative community engagement and organizational leadership as creative communications transformed our culture in Digital Age. In 2002 Stephen authored, The Digital... Read More →


Thursday February 3, 2022 1:00pm - 1:30pm EST
Zoom

1:30pm EST

NSO: Academic & Residential Supports Available To Students (with UGP1)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 
We will review time management, academic and residency supports available to all students as well as policies and services for ADA/504 accommodations. We will also review services for students with disabilities (including food allergies/sensitivities) and how to access them. This workshop is required for ALL new students.

Speakers
avatar for Deborah Bloom

Deborah Bloom

Assistant Dean of Community Life, Goddard College
Deborah Bloom started at Goddard in 2015 in the Student Academic Support offices. As the Director of Student Services, she supervises the Writing Center, ADS office, and Student Life. Deborah has recently been elected to serve on the Goddard Board of Trustees as the Staff Constituent... Read More →
KG

Kat Gordon

Access Support Coordinator, Goddard College


Thursday February 3, 2022 1:30pm - 1:50pm EST
Zoom

2:00pm EST

NSO: GGI Welcome to the Goddard Community
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
This session will focus on you, and getting to know your fellow students. We will also review some Goddard policies and wellness information. While important information will be conveyed, this is an interactive and discussion-oriented session.

Speakers

Thursday February 3, 2022 2:00pm - 3:15pm EST
TBA

4:00pm EST

NSO: Graduate Institute Core Values and Expectations (Part 1 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
This two-part workshop provides an overview of the practices, processes, values and expectations that compose a GGI education. Conversations and sharing of academic and professional goals will help new students become acquainted with each other as learners within a collaborative academic environment. Come prepared to share a little bit about your plans for your graduate education.

Speakers
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Thursday February 3, 2022 4:00pm - 4:45pm EST
Zoom

5:00pm EST

Faculty Meeting

Thursday February 3, 2022 5:00pm - 7:00pm EST
Zoom
 
Friday, February 4
 

12:00am EST

10:00am EST

11:00am EST

NSO Intro to Library Resources & Research (All students welcome)(with UGP1)
https://zoom.us/my/eileengatti
This session will introduce you to the resources available through the Eliot D. Pratt Library. Learn how to get started on your research, how to request books, how to improve your search strategy, and how to use the built-in database citation tools. Returning students are welcome to join to get a library refresher and ask questions about research.

Speakers
avatar for Eileen Gatti

Eileen Gatti

Director of Information Access, Goddard College
I am originally from New York City, having moved to Vermont from Brooklyn in 2011. My background is in history and social sciences, with some art and art history from my undergrad days. My interests include social and cultural history, theatre, and international travel. I chose librarianship... Read More →



Friday February 4, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am EST
Zoom

1:00pm EST

Advanced Library Research (90 mins) for all students (GGI)
https://zoom.us/my/eileengatti
Join Eileen Gatti for a deep dive into the resources available through the Eliot D. Pratt Library, and an overview of the research process. We will cover the development of research questions and search strategies, and use Zotero and built-in database tools to manage resources and create bibliographies.

Speakers
avatar for Eileen Gatti

Eileen Gatti

Director of Information Access, Goddard College
I am originally from New York City, having moved to Vermont from Brooklyn in 2011. My background is in history and social sciences, with some art and art history from my undergrad days. My interests include social and cultural history, theatre, and international travel. I chose librarianship... Read More →



Friday February 4, 2022 1:00pm - 2:30pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

Returning (Fall 2021) Advising Groups Meet with Advisors
Find your advisor's Zoom Link here.
Students who worked with Karen Campbell, Francis Charet or Gabrilla Ballard - meet with Hillary Webb.
Students who worked with Sarah Bobrow-Williams - meet with Fred Tutman.


Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Friday February 4, 2022 4:00pm - 4:45pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

4:00pm EST

NSO: Graduate Institute Core Values and Expectations (Part 2 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
This two-part workshop provides an overview of GGI’s core values and expectations, as well as the range of support offered to students. Conversations and sharing of academic and professional goals will help new students become acquainted with each other as learners within a collaborative academic environment. Come prepared to share your research questions and your preliminary study plan.

Speakers
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Friday February 4, 2022 4:00pm - 4:45pm EST
Zoom

5:30pm EST

All Students Meet with their Spring 2022 Advisors
Advisor Zoom LInks
kris.hege@goddard.edu Link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3576584891
frederick.tutman@goddard.edu Link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/9974603974
sarah.vanhoy@goddard.edu Link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659
hillary.webb@goddard.edu Link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/7924573789
lise.weil@goddard.edu Link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/4330208807
lori.wynters@goddard.edu Link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3363532191


Speakers
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Friday February 4, 2022 5:30pm - 6:30pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

7:00pm EST

Welcome for the Entire GGI Community
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
We'll come together to welcome new students and welcome back returning students and faculty. A time to get to know each other.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Friday February 4, 2022 7:00pm - 8:00pm EST
Zoom

8:00pm EST

Social time and/or Student-Initiated Group Meetings (Post meetings on Canvas?)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453
Self-facilitated support group meetings are scheduled at 9:00 pm throughout the residency. If you would like to hold your own support or alliance meeting, please advertise on ….???

Friday February 4, 2022 8:00pm - 9:30pm EST
Zoom
 
Saturday, February 5
 

12:00am EST

11:00am EST

Faculty Meeting

Saturday February 5, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Zoom

12:00pm EST

Advising Groups Meet (TBD: may want to go from 11:30-12:30 instead)

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Saturday February 5, 2022 12:00pm - 12:45pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

1:00pm EST

GRADUATING STUDENT PRESENTATION: A Discussion of Humankinds Relationship to Nature (45 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
Will present and discuss the prototype of my final product, Mkunga Bui Bui Oracle Cosmogram. It is a self-help toolkit for the African American community. A creative cultural solution to a long persistent problem of high infant and maternal mortality rates. The high black infant and maternal mortality rates is a reflection of the colonization and enslavement of African Americans. The enslavement and colonization under white supremacy separated African Americans from their ancestral rituals and communal relationships that prevented many of today’s related reproductive issues. The ancient cultural bridge for healing and birthing wisdom was the mkunga, black midwife, in the African and African American cultures. My product is an infusion of the eight legs of of intelligence of the mkunga, numerology, and Bantu-Kongo cosmogram. It consists of four components: the Mkunga Bui Bui Oracle Cosmogram Storybook (context paper), anthology of 16 short stories and poems expressing the Mkunga’s epistemology, cosmogram board with moveable board pieces, and an instruction manual. I will discuss my journey that lead to the organic formation of my final product and how to use it.

Speakers
avatar for Devin Reese

Devin Reese

Artist, author, poet, archeology enthusiast, musician, Student of Philosophy, Literature, Anthropology, Jungian & Post J
Artist, author, poet, archeology enthusiast, musician, Student of Philosophy, Literature, Anthropology, Jungian & Post Jungian Psychology, Indian and Chinese philosophy. Pagan hellenic revivalist. Egyptologist.


Saturday February 5, 2022 1:00pm - 1:45pm EST
Zoom

2:00pm EST

GRADUATING STUDENT PRESENTATION: The Impact Public Art Can Have on Public Health and Wellness (45 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
During my graduate thesis, I deeply explored ideas of individual wellness and healing and the role that community serves in creating the public health experience. During my presentation, we will explore ideas of wellness, methods of healing, and how arts, creativity, and community work together to help alleviate grief at an individual, group and community level.  

Speakers
KM

Kellyn Mahan

Graduating Student, Goddard College


Saturday February 5, 2022 2:00pm - 2:45pm EST
Zoom

2:30pm EST

Visiting Prospective Students meet with Faculty Leads
Zoom link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99199118897
This event is for prospective students who will be attending virtual residency events today. When you see them later in the day, please extend them a warm welcome.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
avatar for Sharon Trautwein

Sharon Trautwein

Associate Director of Admissions, Goddard College


Saturday February 5, 2022 2:30pm - 3:00pm EST
Zoom

3:00pm EST

GRADUATING STUDENT PRESENTATION: On American Herbalism and Sacred Plants
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
“Mushrooms are not alone in the forest, neither are trees—and if you walk the woodland path for long enough, you may notice that neither are you.” -Viktória Duda from "Greening the Paranormal" (2019) My time working with plants and my study at Goddard has led me to the observation that, among American herbalists, “everyday” plants (such as dandelion, violet, and lemon balm) appear in many of the same contexts of use as well-known sacred plants or plant medicines (such as ayahuasca, peyote, or psilocybin). This is intriguing to consider both in terms of the unique space that is American herbalism, and relative to the larger conversation around exactly what constitutes a sacred plant.  My work ponders how and why might we expand our thoughts about sacred plants (and plants in general!) as well as exploring the distinctive ways in which American herbalists are engaging with plants in communication, meditation, dreamwork, ritual, healing, and other contexts that will be familiar to many. I seek to Illuminate our understanding of sacred plants and sacred plant relationships in American culture and broaden our perceptions of what a sacred plant is and how it might be defined. In many ways, my work is also a testimony to the ways in which American herbalists are holding space for the profound transformative power of some very average plants, and I hope to underline the potential to be found here.  

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Shoudy

Jessica Shoudy

Graduating Student, Goddard College


Saturday February 5, 2022 3:00pm - 3:45pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

GRADUATING STUDENT PRESENTATION: Ichachu: Ontological Pluralism for Cross-Cultural Eco-Social Action
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
If I wanted to describe to someone the meaning of Ichachu, I might say that it is a Quechua word meaning “may be, perhaps, could be.” In the spirit of the word, I would not say “This is what it means,” but, rather, “It means something like this.” Translations between languages are always also translations from one system of knowledge to another. I would like to explore with my audience how language functions in multiple, overlapping cultural and ontological registers, and how these dynamics affect its ability to motivate and coalesce diverse human populations. Through the lens of sovereignty in general, and food sovereignty in particular, we will consider how discourse is shaped in the context of particular ways of knowing. We explore the implications of this framework in the ongoing struggles of Indigenous peoples to be recognized as equal holders of both rights and knowledge. Grounding our discussion will be perspectives from critical Indigenous studies suggesting the obstacles encountered when Indigenous and non-Indigenous stakeholders convene around issues of “resources,” climate change mitigation, and conservation. We then consider how challenges to equitable, actionable cross-cultural planning are rooted in fundamental ontological differences. Successfully enacting co-design projects with Indigenous participants calls for taking traditional ontologies seriously, not as metaphoric understandings, but as encoding multiple and diverse natures. Finally, we explore the fundamental role of epistemic humility in forming diverse cultural alliances for eco-social action. By evoking ichachu—and all its cross-linguistic counterparts—space is made for multi-cultural participants to convene into communities of practice working towards common futures of biocultural resilience.

Speakers
KC

Kaliana Conesa

Graduating Student, Goddard College


Saturday February 5, 2022 4:00pm - 4:45pm EST
Zoom

5:00pm EST

GRADUATING STUDENT PRESENTATION: "Using Collective Intelligence to Promote Democratic Education in Taiwan – The Dao Dao Learning Community"
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
Although Goddard is far from Taiwan, why did I choose it? It has to do with the fact that I was born in Taiwan, which is considered a model of democracy in Asia. 


However, is Taiwan really democratic? In recent years, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), as the ruling party, used "localization" and "democracy and liberty" as the direction to cultivate the Taiwanese community. However, ethnic groups and political parties are still competing and confronting each other and seldom see the thinking and practice of seeking the common good, which is needed for a sense of community. What are essential elements still missing in deepening Taiwan's democracy to nurture the sense of common good?   


 In addition, democratic education is an important foundation of a democratic society. But there is not much research and practice on democratic education in Taiwan. Nowadays, the direction of education in Taiwan is toward autonomous and pluralistic democratic education. However, the learning goals and contents are still led mainly by others, such as the market, the government, parents, and teachers, with limited learner autonomy. The unequal teacher-student and parent-child relationships and the hierarchical management style can also be seen often. In addition, everyone competes in a single elite standard, ignoring the fact that all people have different talents and are not born equal, and the culture of the competition lacks a sense of community. It is still challenging to implement freedom and equality in education in Taiwan. Still, instead, the emphasis is too much on responsibility as a community member, which makes education more collectivistic. As an educator who has experienced Taiwan's formal education and democratic schools in Taiwan and the U.S, I feel that the essence of democratic education is not impossible to practice in Taiwan and can support one's self-realization and happiness. But why is that, and how to make democratic education happen?  


  Through this presentation, I will identify the essence of liberal democracy and the elements of democracy needed in Taiwan. Then, I will reconceptualize democratic education and explain why it has not been successfully implemented in Taiwan. Finally, based on the research, I will introduce my practice of democratic education, the Dao Dao Learning Community project (https://resources.daoedu.tw/), which is a new try to break away from the school mentality and provide everyone with equal access to educational resources and opportunities through collective intelligence, and to allow participants to experience two essential elements of democratic education: self-directed learning and democratic community, and to re-experience and understand the spirit of democratic coexistence.



Speakers

Saturday February 5, 2022 5:00pm - 5:45pm EST
Zoom

7:30pm EST

UGP Visiting Scholar Keynote Speaker: Social Justice as Transformation: A Freirean Approach to Decolonizing Educational Praxis (open to GGI)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/96108778242 (Manor)
Although there is much talk internationally about inclusivity and education, the question of social justice is generally discussed by way of abstracted and conservative notions that are incapable of leading us toward a decolonizing future, where a culturally democratic understanding of justice within education and society can flourish. This presentation seeks to explore some of the beliefs and practices that currently derail our best efforts, as well as some of the ways in which educational institutions must transform the structure and underlying belief systems that continue to reproduce practices of inequalities and social exclusion, despite well-meaning commitments to social justice in schools and society.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Antonia Darder

Dr. Antonia Darder

Visiting Scholar (UGP), Loyola Marymount University
Dr. Antonia Darder is a distinguished international Freirian scholar. She is a public intellectual, educator, writer, activist, and artist. She holds the Leavey Presidential Endowed Chair of Ethics and Moral Leadership at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles; is Distinguished... Read More →


Saturday February 5, 2022 7:30pm - 9:00pm EST
Zoom

9:00pm EST

Social time and/or Student-Initiated Group Meetings (Post meetings on Canvas?)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
  • Self-facilitated support group meetings are scheduled at 9:00 pm throughout the residency. If you would like to hold your own support or alliance meeting, please advertise on ….???

Saturday February 5, 2022 9:00pm - 9:00pm EST
Zoom
 
Sunday, February 6
 

12:00am EST

11:00am EST

GRADUATING STUDENT PRESENTATION: Mkunga Bui Bui Oracle Cosmogram (30 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
Will present and discuss the prototype of my final product, Mkunga Bui Bui Oracle Cosmogram. It is a self-help toolkit for the African American community. A creative cultural solution to a long persistent problem of high infant and maternal mortality rates. The high black infant and maternal mortality rates is a reflection of the colonization and enslavement of African Americans. The enslavement and colonization under white supremacy separated African Americans from their ancestral rituals and communal relationships that prevented many of today’s related reproductive issues. The ancient cultural bridge for healing and birthing wisdom was the mkunga, black midwife, in the African and African American cultures. My product is an infusion of the eight legs of of intelligence of the mkunga, numerology, and Bantu-Kongo cosmogram. It consists of four components: the Mkunga Bui Bui Oracle Cosmogram Storybook (context paper), anthology of 16 short stories and poems expressing the Mkunga’s epistemology, cosmogram board with moveable board pieces, and an instruction manual. I will discuss my journey that lead to the organic formation of my final product and how to use it.

Speakers
avatar for Sankofa Ra

Sankofa Ra

Student, Goddard College
Traditional Afrakan Midwife researching, collecting and documenting the ancient healing and birthing system of traditional Afrakan midwifery that is a branch of traditional Afrakan medicine in the USA and worldwide.


Sunday February 6, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am EST
Zoom

12:00pm EST

GRADUATING STUDENT PRESENTATION: "Reflections of an Ordinary Ecstatic"
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
“Reflections of an Ordinary Ecstatic”  is a presentation of the work of graduating student Tracey Girdich. As she began her Goddard journey,  Girdich became aware of a lack of consensus in the scientific world around a definition of play. As she reviewed research on play in the non-human world, her own definition of play began to take shape. She became aware of a web of rich, resonating strands of connections in her research, her dreams and her life experience that led her to believe that play is a state-dependent, primal language of kinesthetic sensory awareness that promotes the connection of life forms to their kin as well as to their environment. Play is the first language we speak and a catalyst for evolution. This presentation will focus on play and the players across the biosphere, the role of play in dreaming,  the effects of play deprivation, simple exercises for awakening the senses and strategies for promoting play.  

Speakers
TG

Tracey Girdich

Graduating Student, Goddard College


Sunday February 6, 2022 12:00pm - 12:45pm EST
Zoom

1:00pm EST

2:00pm EST

GGI Commencement Ceremony
Zoom Link: https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
(Commencement program is attached below)
Master of Ceremony: Sarah Van Hoy
Commencement Address: Frederick Tutman
Conferring of Degrees: Dan Hocoy, Ph.D, President
The Graduates:
Kaliana Conesa
Jacqueline Elizabeth Dawkins
Tracey Lynne Girdich
Yiting Lin
Kellyn Mahan
Kate Nicholson
Sankofa Ra
Devin Reese
Jessica Margaret Shoudy



Speakers
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
avatar for Dan Hocoy, PhD

Dan Hocoy, PhD

President, Goddard College
Dan Hocoy, Ph.D., became president of Goddard College, August 2, 2021. Dr. Hocoy’s life work has been committed to advancing social justice. Throughout his career in academic administration, he has made “serving the underserved” and addressing historic injustices a priority... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College



Sunday February 6, 2022 2:00pm - 3:30pm EST
Zoom

3:30pm EST

Graduation Reception
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
Come join the graduates for some open time to celebrate their radiant, amazing work!

Sunday February 6, 2022 3:30pm - 4:30pm EST

4:00pm EST

NSO Working in SIS and creating Study Plan (Drop-in opportunity with Registrar) (Sunday) (GGI)
zoom.us/j/96400347354
This is a drop-in opportunity to talk with the Registrar about any questions using the student information system (SIS) to build your study plan. This is also an opportunity to ask questions about Canvas. If you cannot make one of these time slots, please contact registrar@goddard.edu to schedule an appointment with the Registrar.

Speakers
avatar for Jillehn Washburn

Jillehn Washburn

Registrar, Goddard College


Sunday February 6, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

4:30pm EST

Embodiment Colloquium
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
Is an informal gathering held at every residency to investigate and promote the emerging field of embodiment studies. Come with tales about your semester’s adventures in embodiment. The session will begin with an introduction to embodiment studies and a brief question period.  Required for concentrators and open to all students who live in a body.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College


Sunday February 6, 2022 4:30pm - 6:00pm EST
Zoom

6:00pm EST

Finishers Workgroup (Part 1 of 2)(G3 36 credit, G4 48 credit students)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
This workgroup, mandatory for all finishers, is intended to cover the nuts and bolts of your final semester. Areas covered: Degree criteria, final product proposal, types of final products, theoretical perspectives, methods, literature review, citations, packets, second readers, extensions, presentations … the whole shebang. All in the service of getting you to the finish line. Note: 36-credit students in their third semester should attend the G4 Workgroup.



Speakers
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →



Sunday February 6, 2022 6:00pm - 6:45pm EST
Zoom

6:00pm EST

G1 Workgroup (Part 1 of 2)(all new students)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/96108778242 (Manor)
In the G1 workgroup we will share an overview of the MA program for both 36 and 48 credit students and get an understanding of how to organize the G1 semester in the context of your graduate degree as a whole. We will ask and answer many questions about the Goddard process and pay special attention to the G1 Online Course - what is it and how to get started. Note: All new students should attend this workshop.

Speakers
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College


Sunday February 6, 2022 6:00pm - 6:45pm EST
Zoom

6:00pm EST

G2 Workgroup (Part 1 of 2)(G2 36 credit)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
The workgroup will cover key steps in transitioning from first semester to synthesizing research and exploration into the thesis project. We'll explore strategies and processes to develop the thesis and make substantial progress on it this semester, finish your research for the thesis, integrate Progress and Review portfolio feedback into your studies, and balance a practicum or other fieldwork (if this applies to you) with other aspects of your studies. Note: 36-credit students in their second semester should attend the G3 Workgroup.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Sunday February 6, 2022 6:00pm - 6:45pm EST
Zoom

6:00pm EST

G3 Workgroup (Part 1 of 2)(G3 48-Credit)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
This workgroup helps students transition into synthesizing research and exploration into the thesis project. We'll explore strategies and processes to develop the thesis and make substantial progress on it this semester, finish your research for the thesis, integrate Progress Review portfolio feedback into your studies, and balance a practicum or other fieldwork (if this applies to you) with other aspects of your studies. Note: 36-credit students in their second semester should attend the G3 Workgroup.



Speakers
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College


Sunday February 6, 2022 6:00pm - 6:45pm EST
Zoom

7:30pm EST

Blue Note, Crossroads & Other Reflections:Keynote Presentation by Ah-Keisha McCans
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
We are overjoyed to welcome Ah-Keisha McCans as our GGI Keynote Speaker. Join Ah-Keisha as she shares her journey through the wild, unwanted & unseen using music, intentional silence, and deep listening as a springboard for reflecting on the self, ancestral wisdom and creative expression.






Speakers
avatar for Ah-Keisha McCans

Ah-Keisha McCans

Visiting Scholar (GGI) and Goddard Alum
Ah-Keisha McCans holds a BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College, and M.S.Ed in Reading, Writing, Literacy from the University of Pennsylvania. She is an award-winning songwriter and playwright, program director, creative arts and literacy educator, cultural impact consultant... Read More →



Sunday February 6, 2022 7:30pm - 8:30pm EST
Zoom

9:00pm EST

Social time with Graduates and/or Student-Initiated Group Meetings (Post meetings on Canvas?)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
  • Self-facilitated support group meetings are scheduled at 9:00 pm throughout the residency. If you would like to hold your own support or alliance meeting, please advertise on ….???

Sunday February 6, 2022 9:00pm - 9:00pm EST
Zoom
 
Monday, February 7
 

12:00am EST

Residency Day 4
Monday February 7, 2022 12:00am - 11:59pm EST
This is a Day Marker

9:00am EST

Faculty meeting

Monday February 7, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am EST
Zoom

11:00am EST

Visiting Scholar Workshop: D.E.W.I.: Locating Inner Wisdom Through Intentional Silence & Deep Listening
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
In this workshop, we will engage the practice of intentional silence and deep listening as a portal to activate individual and collective connection, self-reflection, and opportunities for spiritually-guided responsiveness and embodied creative expression.

To prepare for the workshop, please do the following:

1. don’t talk, just listen. spend a minimum of four hours intentionally silent. deeply listen to the world around you (nature, people, objects) while in community and/or when alone with yourself.
2. whenever in conversation or community with others stay present and participate fully without using words to express yourself. (you may use very limited physicality to respond to others I.E. light pantomime, facial expressions)
3. keep a journal of your journey. only write when there is no one speaking to you and only when you feel most compelled. when the spirit moves you, locate what your body feels, knows and needs to remember, let go of, and heal.
4. be in community, and don’t take up too much space when there. trust and allow others to guide the conversation. welcome the wisdom of others. their wisdom may be a springboard to your growth.
5. sit with discomfort. sit with ambiguity.
6. give yourself grace. give others grace.
7. D.E.W.I - do everything with intention.


Speakers
avatar for Ah-Keisha McCans

Ah-Keisha McCans

Visiting Scholar (GGI) and Goddard Alum
Ah-Keisha McCans holds a BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College, and M.S.Ed in Reading, Writing, Literacy from the University of Pennsylvania. She is an award-winning songwriter and playwright, program director, creative arts and literacy educator, cultural impact consultant... Read More →


Monday February 7, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Zoom

12:00pm EST

Student Council Community Meeting
Zoom https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
Video link
This 10-minute video will introduce you to the Student Council at Goddard, as well as other student governance initiatives. Elections for the Student Council will be held this semester (S22). Each program and site may elect up to three representatives to serve a one-year term. You may nominate yourself or someone else by contacting studentlife@goddard.edu and student.council@goddard.edu Take leadership over your education and join the Student Council!

Speakers
avatar for Yvan Greenberg

Yvan Greenberg

Consciousness Studies Concentration and Student Council Rep
avatar for Megan Hammerschmidt

Megan Hammerschmidt

Student Council (GGI)


Monday February 7, 2022 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST
Zoom

1:00pm EST

Writing Annotations and Exploring Intertexuality [THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELED]
Annotated Readings on our Residency Theme! Share a book, video, website or something that speaks to our theme and write a couple of sentences to share your thoughts and experience. Email resource and a short annotation to me at sarah.bobrow-williams@goddard.edu and I will compile them as a resource to share with the community.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Bobrow-Williams

Sarah Bobrow-Williams

Faculty, Goddard College
Greetings,Welcome back and if this is your first semester, welcome.   Looking back at previous semesters, it feels as though the place and time we’re in now is both more precarious, and oddly, more hopeful. It’s a time when breathing – the very act of inhaling and exhaling... Read More →


Monday February 7, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Zoom

2:00pm EST

Advising Groups Meet

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Monday February 7, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

3:00pm EST

FACULTY WORKSHOP: Starting from ‘I’: Queering the Academy and Beyond (60 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
This workshop will use queer theory to interrogate what it means to situate ourselves in our research. We will discuss the ways our situated ways of knowing allow us to explore new and intriguing discourses outside of binary frameworks. Many of us can relate to bell hooks statement in a 2014 talk when she said “all of our lives we’ve experienced ourselves as queer, as not belonging, as the essence of queer.” She goes on to clarify, “queer as not being about who you’re having sex with, that can be a dimension of it, but queer as being about the self that is at odds with everything around it and has to invent and create and find a place to speak and to thrive and to live.” In this workshop we will explore what it means to tap into the deepest and queerest spaces within ourselves to disrupt, disturb, and deconstruct the fixed and stable status quo in the academy and beyond.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJk0hNROvzs  bell hooks - Are You Still a Slave? Liberating the Black Female Body | Eugene Lang College

Speakers
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College


Monday February 7, 2022 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

Degree Meetings: (VERY) Individualized Studies (Part 1 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
If you haven't a "home" in a program or concentration, come check in with the rest of us solitary seekers who are savoring our "temporary experimental accomplishments" (Eisner, 2003). We usually find we do have some overlapping interests and sources to share. G1s - a chance for you to find (more of) your peeps; G2s, 3s, and 4s - come share your wisdom, experience, and panache! Bring questions, advice, cookies, and all of who you are and want to be.

Speakers
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College


Monday February 7, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

Degree Meetings: Health Arts and Sciences (HAS) (Part 1 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
A chance for us to come together as a HAS community. Bring your passions, questions, and experience with navigating your studies as we meet and celebrate the wide range of joys and concerns that have brought us here.

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →


Monday February 7, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

Degree Meetings: Social Innovation and Sustainability (Part 1 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
The SIS Degree meeting will provide an overview of SIS Degree requirements and an opportunity for SIS students to discuss their work/degree goals and what foundational knowledge, research and tools are helpful in equipping students/practitioners to work in their field, particularly when it comes to civic and community engagement. We will discuss research and practice trends in social innovation, sustainability and related fields and how GGI/SIS as a whole and students individually might contribute to social innovation and sustainability theory and practice.

Speakers
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →


Monday February 7, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

NSO Working in SIS and creating Study Plan (Drop-in opportunity with Registrar) (Monday) (GGI)
zoom.us/j/96400347354
This is a drop-in opportunity to talk with the Registrar about any questions using the student information system (SIS) to build your study plan. This is also an opportunity to ask questions about Canvas. If you cannot make one of these time slots, please contact registrar@goddard.edu to schedule an appointment with the Registrar.

Speakers
avatar for Jillehn Washburn

Jillehn Washburn

Registrar, Goddard College


Monday February 7, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

7:30pm EST

GGI Open Reading: All Welcome to Participate (2 hours)(Signup link attached)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
Open reading is a GGI tradition. Everyone (students, faculty & staff) is invited to share their writing with a wonderfully supportive audience. Sign up at this link

Monday February 7, 2022 7:30pm - 9:30pm EST
Zoom

9:00pm EST

Social Time and/or Student-Initiated Group Meetings (Post meetings on Canvas?)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
Self-facilitated support group meetings are scheduled at 9:00 pm throughout the residency unless otherwise specified. If you would like to hold your own support or alliance meeting, please inquire at the CC Help Desk for available meeting spaces and post a notice on the CC Residency Board with the details. The following locations are reserved for the 12-step and LGBTQ meetings during the scheduled support group meeting times: 12-step fellowship meetings (Cottage), LGBT & Queer Folk & Allies (CC 201, Silo Lounge)

Monday February 7, 2022 9:00pm - 9:00pm EST
Zoom
 
Tuesday, February 8
 

12:00am EST

Residency Day 5
Tuesday February 8, 2022 12:00am - 11:59pm EST
This is a Day Marker

9:00am EST

Faculty Meeting

Tuesday February 8, 2022 9:00am - 11:00am EST
Zoom

11:00am EST

Advising Groups Meet

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Tuesday February 8, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

1:00pm EST

Decolonizing Mental Health, Social Healing and the Sacred
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457

What are the ways we can disrupt the harm of systems of abuse and oppression, often reproduced by the mental health system and cultivate a culture of tending and care, free of violence, where the ultimate goal is not just to cope or survive, but to thrive in our individual uniqueness, the "dignity of difference' (Sack) and as communities. What are the ways we invite individuals and  communities to self-determine the source of their care, medicine, and wellness. Through a combination of didactic, story, drawing from our wisdom traditions, we'll examine these questions.

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →


Tuesday February 8, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Zoom

2:00pm EST

Individual Advising/Free Time

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Tuesday February 8, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

2:00pm EST

Introduction to Embodiment Studies
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457

This brief session will offer an introduction to the Embodiment Studies Concentration. It’s also an opportunity to everyone in or interested in that concentration to get together to share their work in this emerging field.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College


Tuesday February 8, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Zoom

2:00pm EST

“Doing” Consciousness Studies at Goddard College (PART 1 of 2): Introducing the Concentration (60 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457

This hour-long workshop introduces the Knowing, Being, and Doing of Consciousness Studies at Goddard College. Topics include:  • Core Concepts/Learning Areas • Defining Consciousness • Concentration Requirements • Our CS Community and the Semester Ahead • Q & A • Light Discussion & Sharing  Recommended for all new Consciousness Studies students and/or anyone considering joining the concentration. That said, all are welcome, so please join us!

Speakers
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Tuesday February 8, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Zoom

3:00pm EST

FACULTY WORKSHOP: Other Species Speaking through Us (90 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659
Humans in this unsettled and unsettling time are increasingly tuning in to the voices of nonhuman beings. Sometimes these beings make themselves felt inside us in ways we could never have imagined, breaching the borders we’ve always assumed were there, upending or dissolving the categories we used to make sense of ourselves and our human world. Often they come with profound, necessary teachings; always, they are received by way of the body. Some of the remarkable books that have recently documented these transmissions from the nonhuman realm are Alexis Pauline Gumbs’ Black Feminist Lessons from Marine Mammals, Nastassja’s Martin’s In the Eye of the Wild, David Abram’s Becoming Animal and Andrea Mathieson’s The Book of Snake. I will be sharing excerpts from all these books. As well, our own Shante Sojourn Zenith, who has been receiving extraordinary teachings from a maitake mushroom, will be sharing some of them with us in this workshop. (Please see the document linked here.)

Speakers
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College



Tuesday February 8, 2022 3:00pm - 4:30pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

NSO Working in SIS and creating Study Plan (Drop-in opportunity with Registrar) (Tuesday) (GGI)
zoom.us/j/96400347354
This is a drop-in opportunity to talk with the Registrar about any questions using the student information system (SIS) to build your study plan. This is also an opportunity to ask questions about Canvas. If you cannot make one of these time slots, please contact registrar@goddard.edu to schedule an appointment with the Registrar.

Speakers
avatar for Jillehn Washburn

Jillehn Washburn

Registrar, Goddard College


Tuesday February 8, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

5:00pm EST

Finishers Workgroup (Part 2 of 2)(G3 36 credit, G4 48 credit students)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
This workgroup, mandatory for all finishers, is intended to cover the nuts and bolts of your final semester. Areas covered: Degree criteria, final product proposal, types of final products, theoretical perspectives, methods, literature review, citations, packets, second readers, extensions, presentations … the whole shebang. All in the service of getting you to the finish line. Note: 36-credit students in their third semester should attend the G4 Workgroup.



Speakers
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Tuesday February 8, 2022 5:00pm - 6:00pm EST
Zoom

5:00pm EST

G1 Workgroup (Part 2 of 2)(all new students)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/96108778242 (Manor)
In the G1 workgroup we will share an overview of the MA program for both 36 and 48 credit students and get an understanding of how to organize the G1 semester in the context of your graduate degree as a whole. We will ask and answer many questions about the Goddard process and pay special attention to the G1 Online Course - what is it and how to get started. Note: All new students should attend this workshop.

Speakers
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College


Tuesday February 8, 2022 5:00pm - 6:00pm EST
Zoom

5:00pm EST

G2 Workgroup (Part 2 of 2)(36-credit G2s)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
The workgroup will cover key steps in transitioning from first semester to synthesizing research and exploration into the thesis project. We'll explore strategies and processes to develop the thesis and make substantial progress on it this semester, finish your research for the thesis, integrate Progress and Review portfolio feedback into your studies, and balance a practicum or other fieldwork (if this applies to you) with other aspects of your studies. Note: 36-credit students in their second semester should attend the G3 Workgroup.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Tuesday February 8, 2022 5:00pm - 6:00pm EST
Zoom

5:00pm EST

G3 Workgroup (Part 2 of 2)(G3 48-Credit students)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
This workgroup helps students transition into synthesizing research and exploration into the thesis project. We'll explore strategies and processes to develop the thesis and make substantial progress on it this semester, finish your research for the thesis, integrate Progress Review portfolio feedback into your studies, and balance a practicum or other fieldwork (if this applies to you) with other aspects of your studies. Note: 36-credit students in their second semester should attend the G3 Workgroup.



Speakers
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College


Tuesday February 8, 2022 5:00pm - 6:00pm EST
Zoom

7:00pm EST

WORKSHOP: Dreaming as an abolitionist Praxis
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457

Kwame Ture has said that “when you see people call themselves revolutionary always talking about destroying, destroying, destroying but never talking about building or creating, they’re not revolutionary." As an act of love for my classmates as well as to further reflect on future building for my thesis, this workshop will be part emergence, part facilitated dialogue/group work, and part embodied rest (meaning that you may or may not nap). The intention of this space to reflect on what interrupts dreaming as abolitionist praxis and share with each other alternatives or interventions that can happen when moving through what is.

(Videos available for people to watch)


Tuesday February 8, 2022 7:00pm - 8:00pm EST
Zoom

9:00pm EST

Social Time and/or Student-Initiated Group Meetings (Post meetings on Canvas?)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
Self-facilitated support group meetings are scheduled at 9:00 pm throughout the residency unless otherwise specified. If you would like to hold your own support or alliance meeting, please inquire at the CC Help Desk for available meeting spaces and post a notice on the CC Residency Board with the details. The following locations are reserved for the 12-step and LGBTQ meetings during the scheduled support group meeting times: 12-step fellowship meetings (Cottage), LGBT & Queer Folk & Allies (CC 201, Silo Lounge)

Tuesday February 8, 2022 9:00pm - 9:00pm EST
Zoom
 
Wednesday, February 9
 

12:00am EST

Residency Day 6
Wednesday February 9, 2022 12:00am - 11:59pm EST
This is a Day Marker

7:00am EST

11:00am EST

Advising Groups Meet

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Wednesday February 9, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

1:00pm EST

FACULTY WORKSHOP: Decolonizing Environmentalism (60 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
This workshop explores the intersectionality between race, class, sense of place-- and how these factors are often overlooked in mostly white conservation movements struggling to weave environmental justice and diversity into their vision for a greener society and planet. The workshop will examine how Black, Indigenous, and people of color have difficulty self-actualizing within “Big Greens” and how changing the assumptions, vocabulary and worldview embedded within these cause movements can make them more effective,  more equitable, and more accessible to a wider range of people and communities.    

Speakers
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →


Wednesday February 9, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Zoom

2:00pm EST

Individual Advising/Free Time

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Wednesday February 9, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

4:00pm EST

WORKSHOP: Aphanipoiesis: Sensing Self-as-Ecosystem (digest version) (60 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
Drawing on Nora Bateson’s recent offering of the word Aphanipoiesis to describe the “unseen coalescence towards vitality” that is the way in which fractal ecosystems gestate transformation, I will be exploring animist somatic skills for sensing-self-as ecosystem.

I will offer a few more sessions after residency if there's interest.

Speakers
avatar for Shante' Sojourn Zenith

Shante' Sojourn Zenith

Student, Goddard College
My vision for my graduate studies is to deepen my embodiment of earth-rooted attunement so that I am moving through the world from my connection to the wider earth-body. I am exploring the way in which connection to the organismic intelligence of the wider earth body allows for witnessing... Read More →


Wednesday February 9, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

4:30pm EST

Nuts & Bolts of the Final Semester (with the Registrar)
https://zoom.us/j/91773822697
Nuts & Bolts of the Final Semester, with the Registrar. A road map for final semester students. Topics covered include: extensions, your narrative transcript, course equivalents, digital final product submission, graduation, diplomas, and post-graduation assistance.

Speakers
avatar for Jillehn Washburn

Jillehn Washburn

Registrar, Goddard College


Wednesday February 9, 2022 4:30pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom

5:00pm EST

Individual Advising/Free Time

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Wednesday February 9, 2022 5:00pm - 6:00pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

5:00pm EST

"Doing” Consciousness Studies at Goddard College (PART 2 of 2): CS Student Meet Up & Planning Session (90 mins)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457
While Part 1 of this workshop looked at the nuts and bolts of what it means to “do” Consciousness Studies at Goddard College (core learning areas, graduation requirements, etc), Part 2 of this series is intended to be a collegial meet-up for current and incoming CS students. In it, we will have the opportunity to share some of the details of our work, chat about process, ask for support … whatever comes up! We will also discuss new Consciousness Studies initiatives intended to support CS students in preparing for post-Goddard careers in consciousness-related fields.

Speakers
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →



Wednesday February 9, 2022 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
Zoom

6:30pm EST

Faculty Meeting

Wednesday February 9, 2022 6:30pm - 7:30pm EST
Zoom

7:30pm EST

Social Time and/or Student-Initiated Group Meetings (Post meetings on Canvas?)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
Self-facilitated support group meetings are scheduled at 9:00 pm throughout the residency unless otherwise specified. If you would like to hold your own support or alliance meeting, please inquire at the CC Help Desk for available meeting spaces and post a notice on the CC Residency Board with the details. The following locations are reserved for the 12-step and LGBTQ meetings during the scheduled support group meeting times: 12-step fellowship meetings (Cottage), LGBT & Queer Folk & Allies (CC 201, Silo Lounge)

Wednesday February 9, 2022 7:30pm - 7:30pm EST
Zoom
 
Thursday, February 10
 

12:00am EST

Residency Day 7
Thursday February 10, 2022 12:00am - 11:59pm EST
This is a Day Marker

11:00am EST

Advising Groups Meet

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Thursday February 10, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

1:00pm EST

Degree Meetings: (VERY) Individualized Studies (Part 2 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
If you haven't a "home" in a program or concentration, come check in with the rest of us solitary seekers who are savoring our "temporary experimental accomplishments" (Eisner, 2003). We usually find we do have some overlapping interests and sources to share. G1s - a chance for you to find (more of) your peeps; G2s, 3s, and 4s - come share your wisdom, experience, and panache! Bring questions, advice, cookies, and all of who you are and want to be.

Speakers
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College


Thursday February 10, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Zoom

1:00pm EST

Degree Meetings: Health Arts and Sciences (HAS) (Part 2 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
Part Two of our HAS degree track meeting allows us to dive deeper into the mission and vision of Health Arts and Sciences and explore the ways we are using the degree requirements to support our studies. 

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →


Thursday February 10, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Zoom

1:00pm EST

Degree Meetings: Social Innovation and Sustainability (Part 2 of 2)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
The SIS Degree meeting will provide an overview of SIS Degree requirements and an opportunity for SIS students to discuss their work/degree goals and what foundational knowledge, research and tools are helpful in equipping students/practitioners to work in their field, particularly when it comes to civic and community engagement. We will discuss research and practice trends in social innovation, sustainability and related fields and how GGI/SIS as a whole and students individually might contribute to social innovation and sustainability theory and practice.

Speakers
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →


Thursday February 10, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Zoom

3:00pm EST

FACULTY WORKSHOP: The Poetics of the Body: Dormant Potency and the Blessings of Winter
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
This workshop is an invitation to step into the embodied metaphors of winter, seed, rest, and potential. It will be offered as a hybrid exploration and meditation on our own processes of rest, dormancy and germination as we recover from residency and move into the growth of the semester.  

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Thursday February 10, 2022 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST
Zoom

4:00pm EST

6:30pm EST

Meeting between GGI students and UGP students interested in GGI (with Admissions?)

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College


Thursday February 10, 2022 6:30pm - 7:15pm EST
Zoom

8:00pm EST

Social Time and/or Student-Initiated Group Meetings (Post meetings on Canvas?)
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/99404224453 (FS)
Self-facilitated support group meetings are scheduled at 9:00 pm throughout the residency unless otherwise specified. If you would like to hold your own support or alliance meeting, please inquire at the CC Help Desk for available meeting spaces and post a notice on the CC Residency Board with the details. The following locations are reserved for the 12-step and LGBTQ meetings during the scheduled support group meeting times: 12-step fellowship meetings (Cottage), LGBT & Queer Folk & Allies (CC 201, Silo Lounge)

Thursday February 10, 2022 8:00pm - 8:00pm EST
Zoom

8:00pm EST

 
Friday, February 11
 

12:00am EST

Residency Day 8, Closing Day
Friday February 11, 2022 12:00am - 11:59pm EST
This is a Day Marker

11:00am EST

Final Advising Meetings (Study Plan Approval)

Speakers
avatar for Lori Wynters

Lori Wynters

Faculty, Goddard College
Office: CC 204, x835. Advising: CC 204Lori Wynters currently serves as the Jewish Chaplain at SUNY New Paltz and as faculty at SUNY New Paltz and Vassar College. She holds a PhD in Community/Counseling Psychology, EdM in Counseling Psychology with a focus on somatic approaches to... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Van Hoy

Sarah Van Hoy

Faculty (GGI Lead), Goddard College
LW

Lise Weil

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Frederick Tutman

Frederick Tutman

Faculty, Goddard College
Hmm, I live a rustic life, close to nature. Chop firewood daily in the winter. I'm a dedicated water lover who has bathed in many waters and also walked down many trails and paddled many rivers. I have tried to see as much of life and the natural world as I could so far--firsthand... Read More →
KH

Kris Hege

Faculty, Goddard College
avatar for Hillary Webb

Hillary Webb

Faculty, Goddard College
Hillary S. Webb, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist, author, and mixed-media storyteller specializing in existential-humanistic psychology, theater anthropology, and the anthropology of consciousness. She is the former Managing Editor of Anthropology of Consciousness, the peer-reviewed... Read More →


Friday February 11, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am EST
Faculty Offices on Zoom

11:45am EST

Reminder: Evaluation of Your Residency Advisor is due 2/25 (Form linked here and in Canvas)
S22 GGI Residency Advisor Evaluation (due between 2/11 and 2/25)
The form will also be emailed to you by AcademicServices@goddard.edu and posted on your Canvas Semester Forms page https://goddardcollege.instructure.com/courses/164/pages/forms

Friday February 11, 2022 11:45am - 1:00pm EST
Link attached

12:00pm EST

1:00pm EST

Residency Reflection
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/94272664457 (CH)
Come share your insights on the joys and concerns of this residency. Help to choose next semester's residency theme.

Friday February 11, 2022 1:00pm - 1:30pm EST
Zoom

1:30pm EST

Faculty Meeting
https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/3697997659 (SVH)
Come share your insights on the joys and concerns of this residency. Help to choose next semester's residency theme.

Friday February 11, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm EST
Zoom
 
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