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The Programs on Creativity and Innovation in the Liberal Arts

A Launchpad for New Ideas 

Established in 2007, the Programs on Creativity and Innovation in the Liberal Arts (PCI) help make intellectual risk taking and creative problem solving second nature to Middlebury Students. With financial support through grants and competitions, and designated workspaces around campus for individual and group projects, PCI provides opportunities for students to explore ideas in a nonacademic setting. Current PCI programming includes MiddEntrepreneurs, TEDxMiddlebury, MiddChallenge, the Hunt, MiddVentures, MIDDSTART, Davis Projects for Peach, Tree House Fund, and New Millennium Fund. Spaces around campus include Old Stone Mill, Annex, M Gallery, and Center Gallery. 

PCI creates opportunities for students to bring creative ideas to life. To jumpstart your next idea, checkout our Program and Funding pages

The ability to take intellectual risks, to think creatively, and to create new knowledge and thought are all necessary for leaders to meet 21st-century challenges. Yet, there have been too few structured, systematic initiatives at the college level that encourage the development of creative, innovative skills. To assist our students in developing these skills, Middlebury launched the Programs on Creativity and Innovation in the Liberal Arts (PCI).

 

Programs on Creativity and Innovation in the Liberal Arts

Heather Neuwirth '08
118 South Main Street
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753
802.443.5961 - work
hneuwirth@middlebury.edu

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