Alumni Leadership Conference
More than 200 alumni gathered for the 34th Alumni Leadership Conference, September 24–26. They gained an in-depth look at Middlebury today, hearing from President Ronald D. Liebowitz, Vice President for College Advancement Michael D. Schoenfeld ’73, alumna Jane Bryant Quinn ’60, faculty and staff members, and students. On this page, you'll find all the remarks, links to useful sites for volunteers, and photos from the weekend.
President Liebowitz on the State of the College
President Liebowitz considers what it means to be the global liberal arts college, including the new opportunities presented by the merger with the Monterey Institute; how the college is addressing the high cost of a college education; and more in this frank discussion.
Why Volunteer for Middlebury?
Vice President for College Advancement Mike Schoenfeld shares his perspective.
A team of more than 70 students is designing and building a 100 percent solar-powered house for the international Department of Energy-sponsored Solar Decathlon competition. Middlebury is the first-ever liberal arts college to be selected as a finalist in the competition. Learn more from four of the team's leaders.