At their winter meeting, the trustees approved tenure and reviewed progress on the Envisioning Middlebury strategic planning process.
At a Bicentennial Hall reception on Feb. 22, 62 faculty and staff members’ works were displayed in Tormondsen Great Hall.
Center for Nonproliferation Studies experts analyzed North Korean propaganda photos to assess progress on nuclear weapons. Read more in the New York Times.
Joan Connelly, an NYU professor, will offer her groundbreaking re-interpretation of the Parthenon Frieze.
Over a two-year residency, Maree ReMalia has broken down disciplinary barriers and built unlikely collaborations through movement.
In her Feb. 27 public lecture, Harvard professor Barbara Grosz will explore the ethical challenges of intelligent technology.
Middlebury was one of just 16 bachelor's institutions to appear on lists of top producers of both faculty and students.
Professor William Hart in Middlebury Magazine describes the Middlebury alumnus who rescued Solomon Northup, the main character in Twelve Years A Slave.
Twelve Middlebury students went to Georgia to work with refugees during the break between the winter and spring terms.
The interdisciplinary course will explore scientific, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and literary dimensions of an increasingly fragile resource.