The author, CNN political contributor, and former White House green jobs advisor is one of six individuals to receive an honorary degree from Middlebury this spring.
The two gatherings will take place concurrently June 3-9 at Middlebury’s Bread Loaf campus in Ripton.
Munroe honored for her work connecting Middlebury students and faculty with community partners around the state.
The first symposium sponsored by Alliance for an Inclusive Middlebury was the culmination of a year of charged conversations.
The student-led daylong event, and a new winter term course, will help students engage in challenging conversations on race, class, and other forms of identity.
Journalist Jeffrey Selingo said national news outlets focus on a few elite institutions and miss out on the most pressing stories in higher ed today.
The Middlebury community gathered on May 4 to recognize leadership in service, creativity, activism, religious and spiritual engagement, and social responsibility.
The fellowship, recognizing excellence in the humanities, supports students preparing for senior work.
Middlebury's expansive new sports facility has met stringent criteria set by the U.S. Green Buildings Council.
Kristin Knutzen ’16 joined an elite group of undergraduate researchers in Washington, D.C. to give lawmakers a look at their work.