College of St. Joseph’s Dr. Robert Goddard will present at Green Mountain Power’s College Connections this Tuesday, March 7 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Dr. Goddard will lead a discussion on “Energy use and the psychology of change,” examining why we often resist making changes that would improve our lives, why we resist changing how our energy is used and knowing it could save us money, and more about energy use habits and the psychology of change resistance.
Dr. Goddard serves as interim vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty at CSJ. He also teaches business courses at the undergraduate level and in the MBA program. He holds a Ph.D. from the Fielding Institute in human and organizational systems, a M.S. from Antioch New England, and a M.A., also from The Fielding Institute.
GMP’s College Connections is a lecture series created in partnership with all four Rutland County colleges. Presentations explore a variety of energy issues from the science of energy to financial concerns and more. Talks are held at the Energy Innovation Center in downtown Rutland and are free and open to the public.