The award will provide full funding for Naina Qayyum ’15 to earn a master's degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Hasher Nisar ’16.5 earned the prestigious award for graduate study in the U.K.
The seminar for first-year students emphasizes community building and the development of writing, research, and oral presentation skills.
The assistant professor of American studies describes how lessons she learned from black female comedians impact her teaching at Middlebury.
President Laurie Patton affirmed Middlebury's unwavering support and assistance for undocumented students and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Longtime English faculty member is remembered as a "deeply learned man who was a natural teacher."
In his inaugural address, Dean of Spiritual and Religious LIfe Mark Orten said strong student interest has created a need for new programs.
Middlebury joined 25 institutions, along with Governor Peter Shumlin and Governor-elect Phil Scott, in signing the document.
Students, faculty, and staff braved chilly, wet conditions to hear what speakers had to say about protecting undocumented students.
It's as if Tarim Contin-Kennedy '17.5 is "in the lab" seven days a week as he trains a red-tailed hawk named "Zeru."