On this, the last day of classes, we write to acknowledge and reflect on the tremendous hurt our community is experiencing today in the aftermath of the horrific and terrifying events in Buffalo, New York.
| by William Mayers
Though we had said that our decision for the School in China would be made by June 1, we’ve decided to announce this a couple of weeks early to make things easier for those students who have also been accepted to study with CET in Taiwan this fall.
| by Susan Parsons
The Schools Abroad team has decided to make this announcement now so that those students who are working on back-up program options for the fall are able to move forward with those plans.
The former co-head of Brainerd Commons, with her husband Paul, was known for the warm and welcoming presence she brought to this role and her love of art and art history.
The awards ceremony, named for Patrick J. Durkin ’79, honored the outstanding work of student volunteers in the community, and was held in-person for the first time since 2019.
Highly selective program supports graduate studies at Stanford University.
An update from the Anti-Racist Task Force.
Annual award alternates between math and sciences faculty.
Nulhegan Abenaki elder, author, and storyteller Joseph Bruchac and former Middlebury Dean of Environmental Affairs Nan Jenks-Jay will join Schulman in receiving honorary degrees.
Judge Allison Burroughs ’83, musician and musical educator Marta Casals Istomin, former Middlebury Board Chair Kim Collins Parizeau ’79, P’12, ’15, ’19, and longtime advocate of experiential education and entrepreneurship Ernie Parizeau P’12, ’15, ’19 will join Collins in receiving honorary degrees.