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Robert Dawber
Alumni News
After a lengthy search, the Triangle Club's board of directors recruited and selected Robert Dawber [MEd '16] to take the helm as executive director of the organization. The Triangle Club, a peer-supported meeting place for people in recovery, has provided a safe place for those who acknowledge staying substance-free is of primary importance. Dawber served as executive director of York County Shelter Programs in Alfred, Maine, where, along with the county manager, district attorney and the county commissioners, he developed the Layman Way Recovery Center, a six-month residential addiction treatment center for men and women. It is the only program of its kind in Maine. Dawber previously was executive director of Serenity House in Portland. He holds a master's of education from Cambridge College in interdisciplinary studies. "We are excited to embrace Bob's thoughtful, skilled and dedicated leadership to the Triangle Club as we continue to grow and to provide the community with this lifeline of recovery," said Sandra Jalbert, president of the Triangle Club board....
Liminal Spaces
Event Spotlight
Cambridge College hosted an art exhibit January 21 – February 15, 2020 in the Town Common Gallery at the main campus in Boston. The exhibit, presented by The Cambridge Art Association, represented Liminal Space, the time between “what was” and “what is next” – a place of transition, a season of waiting and not knowing. Liminal Space is where all transformation takes place if we learn to wait and let it form us. The exhibit served as the focus to relate our connections, places we've lived, traveled, or visited, and how we describe these connections in terms of our identity.