Elise Shanbacker ’07 was interviewed by WCAX about infrastructure projects in rural areas of Vermont that are now getting a boost of federal funding.
A chance connection between two Middlebury Institute alumni led to one Ukrainian family finding refuge in the U.S. Cortney Copeland MPA/MAIEM ’15 ended up sponsoring Yaroslav Perepadya MACD ’03 and his son, who are from Dnipro.
Eliza Kravitz, a 2021 School of Spanish attendee, details her work with the Yale Interpretation Network (YIN), a student-run organization that provides translation and interpretation services in more than 75 languages to community members with limited English proficiency.
Middlebury is one of 104 colleges and universities to receive a six-year grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to support initiatives that foster more inclusive and equitable introductory education in the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and math.
The College is helping women to rebuild their lives after incarceration as the first employer partner in the Building Employment and Meaning (BEAM) program, which is administered by Vermont Works for Women and the Vermont Department of Corrections.
Elle Murata ’17 shared her dual experience as a patient and researcher in a TEDx talk about the treatment of women in health care.
CBS profiled Nínive Clements Calegari ’93, P’26 and Dave Eggers on the origins and then national expansion of 826 Valencia, an innovative writing and tutoring program that serves more than 350,000 students each year.
In an interview with the San Diego Union-Tribune, Language Schools attendee Sarah Federman discusses her enlightening and sometimes emotional journey in researching the French National Railways’ role in the Holocaust.