Middlebury FoodWorks: Middlebury and Louisville for Summer 2013
APPLICATIONS STILL OPEN FOR SOME POSITIONS IN LOUISVILLE
Click here for a document briefly describing FoodWorks internships still available in Louisville.
Personal Health Insurance:
In order to be certain that students will be assisted in meeting the unexpected and sometimes heavy expense of an illness or accident, Middlebury College requests all students to have personal health insurance. If you do not already have health insurance that will provide coverage while at Middlebury, you should obtain coverage prior to arrival on campus. International students, in particular, should ascertain that their health insurance is valid in the U.S.
Centeno House 1st and 2nd floors
Monday - Friday:
June 21 through June 27: noon–4 p.m.
June 28 through August 16: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Weekends: 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Language Schools, Bread Loaf School of English, and Bread Loaf Writers Program: Welcome to Middlebury and to Parton!
Parton offers a variety of health and counseling services to students participating in our Vermont campus summer programs.
We also offer limited health services to summer faculty and staff coming from outside Vermont (counseling for faculty and staff is available in the local community, but not on campus).
Details on specific services offered during the summer can be found at the links below:
Summer Health Form
Summer Research in the Biology Department
Funding summer research:
Biology Department faculty often hire students to work on collaborative research projects during the summer. You are encouraged to talk to faculty early if you are interested in their particular research areas!
As senior Alexa Warburton opens the door to the cephalopod lab, a pungent smell escapes into the third-floor hallway of Middlebury College’s McCardell Bicentennial Hall. “It smells like the ocean,” she comments. And it should. Warburton, a senior biology major from Hopkinton, N.H., is spending her summer studying a member of the cephalopod family, Octopus bimaculoides . Her goal is to study the way these saltwater creatures learn, thereby furthering the already-extensive body of research on invertebrate intelligence.
Maria Perille, Class of 2011, is blogging this summer on the intersection of economics and psychology. Her first post is on "The Bachelorette" TV show and choice availability.