Starting in 2015, the new conference will be the first to highlight the key role of the literary translator.
The Clifford Symposium explored how digital technologies are changing teaching, learning, and scholarship.
Middlebury's Schumann Distinguished Scholar has won a Right Livelihood Award, which is presented annually in the Swedish Parliament.
The College has added to its public art collection with a cor-ten steel sculpture by artist J. Pindyck Miller ’60.
In his latest book, Professor Emeritus Michael Katz reveals that Sophia Tolstoy was a literary figure in her own right.
Middlebury's squash center has a new living roof designed to reduce stormwater runoff and help cool the building.
Middlebury's renowned Language Schools conferred master's and doctoral degrees to graduates at Commencement.
Art historians at a summer institute are breaking new ground using geographic information systems (GIS).
Student interns in Washington this summer are connecting with alumni mentors in law, government, and other fields.
Forty-seven students graduated from the Bread Loaf School of English in Vermont on August 9.