Our programming aims to expand our collective thinking and to create opportunities for open dialogue and reflection. Special programs, discussions, lectures, panels, performances, and cultural events bring new voices to campus to challenge and stimulate us.

Carol Rifelj Faculty Lecture Series features faculty members discussing their research.

Hirschfield International Film Series allows for extraordinary foreign and independent films on Saturdays at 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. in Dana Auditorium, plus special events and lectures. Free and open to the public.

John Hamilton Fulton Lecture in the Liberal Arts was established at Middlebury College in 1966 by the late Alexander Hamilton Fulton, an emeritus member of the Middlebury College Board of Trustees, in honor of his father.

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration includes a robust schedule of events and performances in honor of Dr. King's legacy.

Middlebury-Monterey Lecture Series promotes shared expertise and education through the exchange of faculty speakers from the two institutions.

Pedagogy Series provides an opportunity for faculty members to learn from their colleagues and to reflect on their own teaching experiences.

Performing Arts Series presents a diverse spectrum of performances and residencies by highly acclaimed artists, as well as emerging and alumni artists in chamber music, dance, and theater.

Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs Events promote Middlebury's goal of advancing global understanding that radiates from a core linguistic and cultural competency.

Twilight Scholars Program founded in honor of Alexander Twilight, the first African American graduate of Middlebury College, enhances diversity programming by inviting guest speakers and artists to Middlebury for a two- to three-day residency.

Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series offers weekly events over lunch to hear from a broad range of speakers—students, faculty, alumni, and environmental professionals—on conservation and environmental topics.