At its meeting in December, the board of trustees promoted seven faculty members to the rank of associate professor.
Chipman. Brainerd. Storrs. Atwater. Painter. Warner. Twilight. Names from Middlebury’s distant past, they all come to life in a new digital archive hosted by the college’s library, called Middlebury History Online.
Backed by $4.7 million Mellon grant, Middlebury, Williams, Connecticut College join with UC Berkeley and Columbia
Middlebury College has named Bill Burger vice president for communications, to direct communication efforts for Middlebury and for the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
The newest C.V. Starr-Middlebury School Abroad is the college's first in South Asia.
New listings featured on the Chronicle of Higher Education web site.
The MiddCORE Immersion program features mentors, ranging from CEOs to actors, who will provide students with intensive hands-on challenges and skill-building workshops.
In his third visit to Middlebury College, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibet, inspired two sell-out crowds at Nelson Recreation Center.
A variety of films, lectures and workshops are planned in advance of His Holiness's appearance at Middlebury.
Via JSTOR, alumni can get free access to more than 1,000 journals and 1 million primary sources.
President Liebowitz and Vice President Spears spoke to first-year students about striking a balance at college and using their time wisely.
Ambassador John Beyrle, who studied at the Russian School in 1975, returned to Middlebury this month to address Language Schools graduates and receive an honorary degree.
At the conclusion of the 93rd summer in Ripton, Pultizer winning poet Tracy K. Smith addressed the graduates.
Career diplomat John Beyrle, who attended the Russian School in 1975, returns to Middlebury
Eight members of the Middlebury College faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor without limit of tenure.
The public is invited to attend a daily schedule of free readings and lectures.
Ninety-three students will receive a Master of Arts degree and three will be awarded a Master of Letters degree in English.
Vittorio Taviani's career is intertwined with that of his brother, Paolo. Their most recent film, “Caesar Must Die,” won the top prize at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2012.
The funds will help ACTR pay for the construction of its Community Transportation Center, which will be located in Middlebury off of Creek Road.
The six-week residential summer graduate program takes place in four locations: Ripton, Vt.; Santa Fe, N.M.; Asheville, N.C.; and Oxford, England.
Continuing a tradition that started during Middlebury's Bicentennial in 2000, President Liebowitz honored two citizens for their service to the community.
Since 1915, more than 40,000 students from all walks of life — including more than 11,000 advanced degree holders — have attended one or more of the Language Schools.
557 students earned diplomas on a picture-perfect Sunday morning.
The annual Dean of the College Student Leadership Awards event highlights service, volunteerism, individuality, and determination.
Students and staff recognized for their service leadership.
Middlebury offered free winter programs to school hard hit by Tropical Storm Irene.
Emily Proctor, assistant professor, has earned the Perkins Award for her teaching of geometry and her concern for students.
Middlebury student projects improve living conditions, encourage entrepreneurs and further education.
Also receiving honorary degrees are Sarah Bright Alturki, Frederick M. Fritz '68, Martha Siegfried Fritz, Christoph Wolff and David Wolk '75
Middlebury's running list of fellowship recipients.
Tibetan spiritual leader will discuss wisdom, hope and compassion.
Middlebury College has set its comprehensive fee for the 2012-2013 academic year at $55,570, a 4 percent increase from the current year's figure of $53,420.
Two Middlebury alumni awarded full scholarships to Vermont Law School.
This past weekend, 113 "Febs" celebrated the closing of their undergraduate college careers.
Charles MacCormack, Middlebury Class of 1963, will spend part of the next year on campus working with faculty, staff and students.
If it’s February at Middlebury, it must be time for the annual Feb Celebration.
College hopes to repeat successful performance in 2011 competition.
Thirty-four solar trackers will be located on Route 125 and produce enough electricity to power Battell Residence Hall.
A new center devoted to supporting and teaching young social entrepreneurs has been established at the College.
Will Jackson '51 has donated 377 acres adjacent to campus including his historic house, Taproot, with views of the Green Mountains.
For the first time, Middlebury will welcome 12 students from the Chicago division of the Posse Foundation this fall.