New director sees cross-country ski area’s “untapped potential.”
MMLA at Swarthmore will offer Chinese, French, and Spanish language immersion. Launched in 2008, the summer program for high school students is now offered at eight sites around the USA.
Jane Chaplin, classics, and Ray Coish, geology, have been named to the chairs, which honor James Armstrong and the late Robert Churchill
The annual faculty lecture series will preserve the memory of a beloved professor of French.
Locally conceived and financed, the new span across Otter Creek in Middlebury opened on October 30.
Roger Williams will be the newest Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy site and the first one to offer a program in Italian.
"Few writers have had so great an impact on public perception of a critical issue in contemporary society,” said President Liebowitz.
Vermont Governor Jim Douglas, a 1972 graduate of Middlebury, will teach and serve as a student mentor when his term of office ends in January.
Two days of events in Middlebury mark the opening of a second in-town bridge over Otter Creek
The College celebrates a half-century of the Community Friends program.
Annual report from 5-year study
A book signing will follow the reading. The event is free and open to the public.
MMLA will offer courses in French, Spanish and German at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C.
Ron Liebowitz provided an encouraging assessment of the college's financial shape in a September 22 address to the college community.
Betty and David Jones Language Scholarships will support study at Middlebury College Language Schools and Monterey Institute.
Forty-two additional degrees awarded at Bread Loaf's Santa Fe, Asheville and Oxford (England) campuses.
NPR chief executive Vivian Schiller urges graduates to be ambassadors to the world and interpreters for the "folks back home."
Reading by critically acclaimed writer is free and open to the public.
Middlebury and its donors funded 58 undergraduates this summer, enabling them to take unpaid internships they might not otherwise have been able to afford.
The new, 45-foot-long boat will arrive in 2012 and replace the R/V Baldwin for continued research on Lake Champlain.
Schiller will receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree in recognition of her achievements as a journalist, documentarian and business leader.
Writers, students, faculty, literary agents and editors will participate in the conference. The general public is invited to attend a daily schedule of readings and lectures.
Monterey Institute's five-year affiliation with Middlebury culminates in full integration as of July 1.
Winning proposals include exploration of connections between organized crime and toxic waste; and old-time religion and mountaintop removal.
The Fulbright Scholar Program has awarded grants to four Middlebury College faculty members to conduct research and teach abroad during the next academic year.
Sessions on four campuses feature internationally renowned faculty, including poet Paul Muldoon and literary critics Isobel Armstrong, Robert Stepto and Michael Wood.
Vermont campus and Mills College welcome students.
Fulbright, Goldwater, U.S. Department of State, St. Andrews Society, and Compton, among others.
"The truth is that all of us here have won the lottery of life. The fact that you are graduating from a great college in America means that you have won the global jackpot. And then the question becomes, how do you go about discharging the responsibility that comes with that? What will you give back and how?" -- Nicholas Kristof
Elizabeth Morrison of the religion department and Jeremy Ward of the biology department have been promoted to associate professor.
The Initiative will include investments focused on sustainability issues such as clean energy, water, climate science, and green building projects.
New fuel source derived from dairy farm and food waste could bring college close to carbon neutrality.
At a ceremony on May 6, President Ron Liebowitz announced to members of the Middlebury community that the main library, unnamed since its completion in 2004, would now be called the Davis Family Library, in honor of Jim Davis '66; his wife, Anne; their son, Chris '08; and their daughter, Kassia.
John and Bonnie McCardell, community partners, and distinguished guests honor 54 students at annual event
Sparkes and other volunteers at Middlebury receive statewide recognition for outstanding public service
Middlebury has received a $700,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support a project called 'Integrating Study Abroad.'
Addison House was home to four Middlebury presidents and served as the first women’s residence hall.
The U.S. Department of Energy announced on April 15 that Middlebury College has been selected to participate in Solar Decathlon 2011, in which 20 teams of college and university students will compete to design, build and operate the most affordable, attractive and energy-efficient solar-powered house.
New venture leverages language expertise of Middlebury College and its Language Schools, and K12's leadership in online education to develop new world-class online foreign language programs.
Middlebury College alumni received awards in the 2010 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Middlebury College will mark the occasion of the library naming with a two-part event, including a discussion and a naming ceremony.
Acceptance rate of 17.5 percent sets new standard, and Dean of Admissions says academic profile of applicants continues to rise.
Middlebury College has set its comprehensive fee for the 2010-2011 academic year at $52,120, a 3.4 percent increase. A new College policy limits increases in the fee to no more than 1 percentage point above the rise in the Consumer Price Index.
Two Middlebury projects awarded funding; President Liebowitz’s office funds additional project
Addison County residents recognized for their work with Habitat for Humanity, Middlebury Volunteer Ambulance Association, and Community Care Coalition.
"Steve Abbott is the kind of teacher/scholar/mentor/educator whose presence on campus is what makes residential liberal arts colleges like Middlebury so special."
College to honor seven individuals at commencement ceremony on May 23
The Bread of Angels chronicles her emotional year in Damascus
Pomona College to host program offering courses in French, Spanish and Chinese
Creativity and optimism were the prevailing themes in a special address given Friday, February 12, by President Ron Liebowitz. The talk before a packed house at Mead Chapel reviewed the milestones that have taken place over the past 18 months to meet financial challenges brought on by the recession. Liebowitz expressed confidence and gratitude toward the faculty and staff as he mapped out a vision for the college's future sustainability.
Middlebury biology professor Jeremy Ward predicts that Sky Feuer '10 will soon be one of the leaders in her field of biology research. Her recently awarded Gates-Cambridge scholarship for a one-year master's degree at Cambridge should help her on that quest.
The Peace Corps has announced that Middlebury retained its number three ranking among small colleges in the number of volunteeers the college produces.
Ramirez will further efforts to create diverse student academic and residential experience
About 100 students will participate in the annual “ski-down” procession in cap and gown.
Events coming up include panel discussion, 'Haiti Beyond the Headlines,' on January 26 at 4:30 p.m. in Dana Auditorium
Garrott Kuzzy, Class of 2006, will become fourth Middlebury athlete to compete in cross country at the Olympics
Simi Hamilton, Class of 2009, joins Garrott Kuzzy '06 in representing the U.S. at the Olympic Games in Vancouver
Middlebury history professor and president emeritus will become president at Sewanee on July 1
Rustem Hayroudinoff will also perform works by Shostakovich, Chopin and Franck