The renowned author, poet and professor of English's new book is part of Amazon's Icons series.
Middlebury’s signature program for leadership and entrepreneurial skills to be honored by Ashoka.
One of 895 NEA Art Works Grants Funded Nationwide
Armstrong strengthened the College's faculty, academic standing, finances, and infrastructure during his presidency from 1963 to 1975. He was 94 years of age.
The admitted students represent about 44 percent of the Class of 2018.
Story documents persecution of Egypt's Coptic Christians.
Middlebury's 16th president shares news with community following December Board of Trustees meeting.
Changes address increased complexity of the institution and new challenges in higher education.
Political science professor Matt Dickinson discusses the Kennedy legacy on Vermont Public Radio.
Two economics professors look at how prenatal testosterone exposure impacts women's earning potential later in life.
The 3-year interdisciplinary grant will connect movement research with traditional scholarship across campus.
The annual "Mr. Wizard" show gives young community members a colorful introduction to the fun of chemistry.
The new conference will be modeled after Bread Loaf, and will feature Rick Bass, Jane Brox and other renowned writers.
The new Model D concert grand is a gift of the Rothrock Family in honor of Jessica and Ron Liebowitz.
The College has numerous internationally focused events taking place during the State Department's International Education Week.
Annual award created by Professor Emeritus Rudolf K. Haerle, Jr. recognizes leadership, attitude, stewardship and community service.
The board of trustees met in October and approved a new master's degree program in teaching Hebrew as a second language.
A new office in the capital will create opportunities for students, faculty and programs.
Amy Smithson, senior fellow at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, will speak at Middlebury's Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs on Nov. 6.
The funding will support education and training programs, and strengthen the college’s collaboration with local organizations that support Middlebury students.
Several Middlebury students won a prestigious honor for first-year writers.
Decision reached in student disciplinary action.
The top-ranked U.S. team will play Finland in a free exhibition game at Kenyon Arena.
Natural light fills the modern nine-court facility that will be ready in time for the 2013-14 squash season.
Nation's oldest academic honor society welcomed newest members during Fall Family Weekend.
The conference raised consciousness about, and explored solutions to, some of the most severe inequalities in the world today.
Kidjo's music is recognized for its diverse influences and energy, drawing on Afropop, Congolese rumba, jazz, rhythm and blues, gospel and Latin style.
Symposium events take place Sept. 26-28, and are free and open to the public.
President Ronald D. Liebowitz addressed the Class of 2017 and encouraged them to be conscious of the "less evident but hugely consequential" gifts the college has to offer.
President Liebowitz condemned the actions of a group who removed American flags that had been placed in the ground by students in honor of the victims of 9/11.
The college will welcome 629 first-year students to campus on Sept. 2 for a week of orientation and exploration.
President Ronald D. Liebowitz sent the following statement to the college community on August 28, 2013.
Students earned master's and doctoral degrees, and CBS News foreign correspondent Clarissa Ward urged graduates to use their language skills as "precious passports" into other cultures.
The two schools will co-host a send-off event in Montpelier before the student teams head to California for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.
At Bread Loaf's 94th commencement, degree candidates David Wandera (left) and Lindsay Coffta delivered opening remarks, and Professor Jonathan Freedman addressed the class.
Students of foreign languages will receive master's and doctoral degrees, and Clarissa Ward, the CBS News correspondent in Egypt and Syria, will deliver the commencement address.
The new eatery will be managed by Sushi with Gusto, a South Carolina-based company that has similar partnerships with other colleges and universities.
Saura has won numerous awards in a career spanning more than half a century.
Best-selling author and Bread Loaf Writers' Conference faculty member Cheryl Strayed will give a reading Aug. 20. This event is one of many free readings and lectures that the public is invited to attend.
Over the next three weeks, a total of 84 students will receive Master of Arts degrees at the Bread Loaf School of English's four campuses.
Six-week credit-bearing program will emphasize leadership skills and innovative problem solving.
Students who were enrolled in the program have been offered the opportunity to attend the Middlebury School Abroad in Amman, Jordan.
Cameron was known for his sincerity, intellectual curiosity, a desire to connect with people, and his unbridled optimism
Martin was a successful technology entrepreneur who became an activist and philanthropist in the field of international security.
Studies extend beyond texts and classrooms to reflect the local culture of the four campuses.
Led by Vardit Ringvald, the new institute aims to address a critical shortage of Hebrew language educators.
This year’s stories include hydro-fracking and water consumption in China, and the link between climate change and terrorism in Nigeria.
The Language Schools are known internationally for their intensive immersion approach to the teaching of language and culture.
A series of projects, including a new town hall and a new town recreation facility, promise to create an even more vibrant downtown.
Two Addison County residents, Joanne Corbett and Donald M. Keeler Jr., are the 2013 recipients of the McCardell Citizen's Awards.
With its 200-meter indoor track and artificial turf infield, the new Field House is slated for completion in October 2014.
Leading environmental award recognizes McKibben's "pioneering new methods of social protest."
Author Jonathan Safran Foer: “This is the work of being human.”
Two members of the Middlebury College faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor without limit of tenure.
The annual Dean of the College Student Leadership Awards event on May 7 shined a spotlight on service, volunteerism, individuality and determination.
At its meeting on May 10-11, the board also approved two capital projects.
With wit, humility and a profound grasp of history, Harvard University professor of government Eric Nelson explored the origins of America’s turn to republican government in the Fulton Lecture.
President Ron Liebowitz sent a message to the college community May 6 reaffirming the college's support for the project.
Middlebury students are continuing the long tradition of receiving major fellowships, scholarships and awards. To date, the Watson fellowships, Truman scholarships, Fulbright awards, Keasbey fellowships, State Department critical language scholarships have been announced.
On April 28 Middlebury College hosted a second panel discussion on whether the institution should divest its endowment of investments in the fossil fuel industry.
The event is the second in a series of discussions devoted to the college's endowment management policies and practices.
106-year-old philanthropist was a champion of peace and cultural understanding.
Nelson's lecture will be the 2013 John Hamilton Fulton Lecture in the Liberal Arts.
Prospective members of the Class of 2017 attend classes, participate in discussions and experience campus life as their day of decision—May 1—approaches.
Professor who studies the cell from which an egg develops is honored by Middlebury for her teaching and her research.
Experienced negotiator Dennis Ross says Israelis and Palestinians need to "suspend their disbelief" in order to return to the negotiating table.
The applicant pool of 9,112 is the largest in the college’s history.
Scholars from four continents will gather to discuss access to water and how water affects identity in a changing environment, March 14-16
Foer, a best-selling author, and four others will receive honorary degrees during graduation ceremonies on May 26.
Middle East expert and former diplomat helped shape U.S. policy in the region
Take a look behind the scenes as the Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic Center get ready to host the country's top collegiate skiers
This year's theme: “The Road Not Taken”
Fee increase of 2.7 percent reflects Middlebury's guideline of limiting the increase of attending the college to no more than 1 percentage point above inflation.
They are making snow this winter on five kilometers of trails at the college's cross-country ski area in Ripton.
Longtime editor Stephen Donadio will step down at the end of the year.
Middlebury celebrated its mid-year graduates with a weekend of festivities and the annual ski-down at the College Snow Bowl.
The program’s administrators will award fellowships to 10 reporters near the start of their careers, including up to two current Middlebury College seniors.
Five experts will discuss whether environmental or social issues should influence how a college endowment is invested.
Middlebury College will host its traditional ceremony for members of the "Feb" class. Events will include a reception, an address by President Liebowitz, and the "ski down" at the Snow Bowl.
The former Middlebury provost and longtime faculty member will become the 17th president of Lafayette.
In the first of a series of public events to facilitate discussion of the role that social and environmental policies should play in the management of the endowment, a panel looks a the pros and cons of divestment with a near-capacity crowd at McCullough Student Center.
Environmental leaders Billy Parish, Majora Carter and Bill McKibben to speak on social entrepreneurship and social justice.
Middlebury, Saint Michael’s and Champlain College will form the Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium.
Middlebury Interactive Languages and Middlebury College will provide up to 30 Vermont schools with discounted, unlimited access to Web-based courses in Chinese, French, German, Latin and Spanish.