In preparation for the fall 2022 semester, Middlebury informs students, faculty, and staff of recent trends with COVID-19 and corresponding protocols.
At this time the virus presents a low risk to our campus communities, but college health officials are closely watching developments and will continue to keep faculty, staff, and students informed.
Peleg will succeed Vardit Ringvald, who founded the program in 2008.
The brief aligns with Middlebury’s deep commitment to creating a diverse, welcoming community with full and equitable participation for all individuals and groups.
| by Laurie Patton
An update about a leadership transition in the Office of the Provost.
This summer’s international feature, “Polyglot and Multinational: Lebanese Writers in Beirut and Beyond,” guest edited by National Book Award–winning poet and translator Marilyn Hacker, gathers the work of 14 Lebanese writers and their translators.
The executive vice president and provost and the Edward C. Knox Professor of International Studies and Political Science was a valued friend, colleague, faculty member, and administrator.
Middlebury addresses COVID-19 trends and informs students, faculty, and staff about adjustments to protocols and recommendations for Language School participants.
Middlebury students have undertaken 25 Projects for Peace since the program was launched in 2007.
The high-speed rail service comes on the heels of the completion of the Downtown Redevelopment Project.