COVID-19 Updates: Fall Semester

Rohatyn Faculty Advisory Committee

The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs works closely with a faculty committee to create co-curricular programming that expands opportunities for students and supports faculty in their teaching and research.

Tamar Mayer

Robert R. Churchill Professor of Geosciences; Dir, Rohatyn Center

 work(802) 443-5568
 Robert A. Jones '59 House 113

Dima Ayoub

CV Starr Fellow in Int'l Studies / Asst Prof of Arabic

 work(802) 443-5653
 SPRING 2020: Tues 3:00-6:00 and by appointment
 Voter Hall 008

Daniel Silva

Assoc Professor of Luso-Hispanic Studies

 work(802) 443-5854
 Fall 2019: Tuesday 4:30-6:30 pm, Wednesday 4:00-5:00pm (joint hours) and by appointment
 Carr Hall 208

William Poulin-Deltour

Assoc Professor of French & Francophone Studies

 work(802) 443-5248
 Spring 2020: Wednesdays 9:00-12:00; 2:00-5:00 & by appointment
 Le Chateau 102

Mark Williams

Professor of Political Science

 work(802) 443-5195
 Monday 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm; Thursday 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm; and by appointment.
 Robert A. Jones '59 House 117

Rohatyn Student Advisory Board (RSAB)

Spring 2020 RSAB Members:
  • Lilly Cady ’23
  • Isabella Mauceri ’20.5
  • Sabrina Roberts ’21
  • Suria Vanrajah ’22
About the Board

The Rohatyn Student Advisory Board (RSAB) is made up of a number of current students across a range of disciplines. RSAB meets weekly to discuss programming, outreach ideas, and the student-led global affairs conference competition. Among its functions, the Board aims to spread information about the Rohatyn Center's various programs among students, while garnering interest for international and global events. The Board serves as the connecting point between the student body and RCGA—students should feel encouraged to reach out to RSAB to share ideas for international events, speakers, and co-sponsorship requests.

RSAB members also work as research interns. The Rohatyn Center’s internship program offers Middlebury undergraduates the opportunity to collaborate closely with faculty members on scholarly research. Interns' work with RCGA gives them a unique opportunity to engage with international and global affairs, as well as an edge with potential employers.

The RSAB also publishes an undergraduate journal, Global Reader, to feature students' incisive papers and research on global issues. To learn more about the journal, please visit go/gr

If you are interested in serving on the board or have questions, please contact Charlotte Tate (