A curricular initiative at Middlebury invites students to focus on the causes and consequences of economic inequality.
Middlebury advanced its digital liberal arts initiative with a guest lecture by William G. Thomas from the University of Nebraska.
After 34 years of running his own small practice, physician Bob Friedman ’68 discovered a second career making house calls.
The training emphasizes a shift away from the traditional focus on the victim and the perpetrator to the surrounding community, which includes faculty, staff, and students.
Growing up under Taliban rule, Shabana Basij-Rasikh ’11 attended school in secret. Years later, she's on a mission to bring education and leadership skills to Afghan girls.
Middlebury has joined the national movement to shift food service budgets toward sustainably produced food.
First class will be inducted during a ceremony on January 24, 2015.
In his first-year-seminar, "The True Believer," Don Wyatt, the John M. McCardell Distinguished Professor at Middlebury, uses the seminal text from social philosopher Eric Hoffer to examine a phenomenon as relevant today as in past eras.
Jeff Dayton-Johnson, a faculty member at MIIS, will serve as vice president for academic affairs and dean of the Institute on an interim basis through June 30, 2016.
The New England Review has won a $10,000 NEA Art Works grant that will enable the literary quarterly to provide monetary compensation to its online contributors for the first time.