Candidates for Master of Arts and Doctor of Modern Languages degrees will receive diplomas and canes at traditional ceremony in Mead Chapel.
Every summer, there's a short but sweet burst of Language School-related events that fills the campus calendar with a weekly dose of all things cultural, from music to lectures to art—all in language, of course. Don't miss your chance to travel abroad without leaving town!
Middlebury Magazine reports on Middlebury's first undergraduate class to focus on translation and interpretation theory and practice, part of a recently launched minor in linguistics.
Now in its fourth year of programming, the Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy (MMLA) has expanded from three to eight locations around the United States.
Professor Barry Olsen explores how knowledge of other languages and cultures has become crucial to national security and prosperity.
We send along to alumni the sad news of the death of Dr. James McDonald, long-time director of the Middlebury German for Singers and Vocal Coaches program.
Middlebury is pleased to announce that French School Director Aline Germain-Rutherford has been named Associate Vice President for Language Schools and Graduate Programs and Professor of Linguistics.
A week after five Middlebury undergraduates were airlifted out of Egypt, Middlebury Magazine shared their remarkable stories.
Middlebury and Brandeis have established a study-abroad program in Israel conducted exclusively in Hebrew.
Middlebury has established a program in Amman, Jordan ― a new site for the C.V. Starr-Middlebury School Abroad in the Middle East.
College selects a Shakespearean scholar with 16 summers at Bread Loaf to succeed Jim Maddox, who retired.