In the second of a two-part series, the C3 post-doctoral fellows continue their discussion on a variety of topics, from what it’s like to teach in a rural community to when they had their “a-ha Middlebury moment.”
Since the agency's founding in 1961, 494 Middlebury alumni have served in the Peace Corps.
In the first of a two-part series, the C3 post-doctoral fellows discuss a wide range of topics, from diversity and what they bring to the Middlebury community to how to walk safely on ice.
In the most recent Middlebury Magazine, President Ron Liebowitz talks about future challenges for the liberal arts.
Events on February 12-15 will also include fireworks, bonfire, comedy, concert, and the traditional Winter Carnival ball.
The pilot project features Professor Emeritus Russell Leng teaching about the volatile era between the end of World War I and the cataclysmic second world war.
Bill Beaney is just the 12th coach in the history of NCAA men's hockey to reach the 600-win mark.
A team of students from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey prevailed in a case study competition sponsored by The Economist.
Professors Stephen Trombulak and Christopher Klyza discussed their book, The Story of Vermont: A Natural and Cultural History with Vermont Public Radio.
First issue of 2015 introduces Rick Barot as poetry editor.