C.5. Appeal Procedures

a. Appeal of Non-reappointment

i. Grounds for Appeal
A faculty member who has received notice of non-reappointment may appeal that judgment on the basis of either procedural errors or violation of academic freedom that may have influenced the academic department or program, and/or the Reappointments Committee or the Promotions Committee, and/or the provost (in the case of first and contract reviews) or the president (in the case of tenure reviews).

CONSERVATION BIOLOGIST (position closed)

CONSERVATION BIOLOGIST AT MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. The Department of Biology and the Program in Environmental Studies invite applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies with a focus in conservation biology, beginning in Fall 2020. This will be a joint 50/50 appointment in the Department of Biology and the Program in Environmental Studies. The candidate’s area of expertise should include field research with a vertebrate system.

INVERTEBRATE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIST (position closed)

INVERTEBRATE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIST AT MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE.  The Department of Biology invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor of Biology with a focus on invertebrate neurophysiology, beginning in fall 2020.  Applicants should have a Ph.D., postdoctoral experience or its equivalent, and a demonstrated commitment to excellence in both teaching and research.  The successful candidate is expected to be able to teach an introductory course in biology (cell biology and genetics), invertebrate biology, animal physiology, and an upper level

C.5. Appeal Procedures

a. Appeal of Non-reappointment

i. Grounds for Appeal
A faculty member who has received notice of non-reappointment may appeal that judgment on the basis of either procedural errors or violation of academic freedom that may have influenced the academic department or program, and/or the Reappointments Committee or the Promotions Committee, and/or the provost (in the case of first and contract reviews) or the president (in the case of tenure reviews).

C.5. Appeal Procedures

a. Appeal of Non-reappointment

i. Grounds for Appeal
A faculty member who has received notice of non-reappointment may appeal that judgment on the basis of either procedural errors or violation of academic freedom that may have influenced the academic department or program, and/or the Reappointments Committee or the Promotions Committee, and/or the provost (in the case of first and contract reviews) or the president (in the case of tenure reviews).

Making Appointments with Writing Professionals

To meet with Writing Center professionals, you'll want to plan ahead when possible and schedule an appointment using our online scheduler at go.middlebury.edu/appt.

You are welcome to stop by the Center for Teaching, Learning and Research (CTLR) and we can help you setup an appointment, or you can use the link above. Please schedule appointments a few days in advance or even up to two weeks ahead to ensure that you can get the help you need on a particular paper.

Appeal Procedures

a. Appeal of Non-reappointment

i. Grounds for Appeal
A faculty member who has received notice of non-reappointment may appeal that judgment on the basis of either procedural errors or violation of academic freedom that may have influenced the academic department or program, and/or the Reappointments Committee or the Promotions Committee, and/or the provost (in the case of first and contract reviews) or the president (in the case of tenure reviews).

Student & Faculty Research

Students and faculty in the computer science department are very active in research. There are numerous student-faculty research projects, independent projects, and group projects. Students present their work at different research forums, both on-campus and off-campus, and there are several faculty research projects with active student participation.

Professor and students look at effects of landscape on pollinators

Helen Young (Biology) and her students have recently been exploring the effects of landscape on pollinator: How does the presence of forest around a field affect the number and diversity of bee pollinators? What about corn fields? Or roads and rivers and cities? This work has strong relevance in Addison County, an area heavily reliant on agriculture for its well-being. Once the researchers know what influences pollinator abundance, they will be able to include this information in city and county planning, and help farmers maintain (or even increase) their crop yield for insect pollinated crops.

Faculty member's essay appears in book on Schubert studies

Larry Hamberlin had an essay included in a book of Schubert studies published by Ashgate Press in the fall.

In the spring, Hamberlin presented papers at the Experience Music Project's pop music conference in Seattle and at the conference Feminist Music and Theory in Greensboro, North Carolina. 

He is active on the editorial board of the Journal of the Society for American Music, and he's on the program committee for the society's 2010 annual meeting, as well as chair of the selection committee for the society's award for the year's best book about American music.

Faculty and students collaborate to create Web site on South China Sea

The Web site SouthChinaSea.org was started in 1998 by David Rosenberg, a professor of Political Science at Middlebury, as a student-faculty collaborative research project. It has developed into a five-star online resource for students, scholars and policy-makers interested in South China Sea regional economic, environmental, and security issues.

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