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Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

  • International Programs Photo Contest

    On display at the Davis Family Library Atrium from February 28th through March 6th are the finalists for the 2021 International Programs Photo Contest.

    Come by and submit your choice for the winner!

    Davis Family Library Atrium

    Open to the Public
  • Wakeful Wednesdays

    Join Spiritual and Religious Life Dean Mark R. Orten for 20 minutes of quiet contemplation with reading and music for our times. Intentional silence and guided meditation will be interspersed with music and readings from secular worldviews and sacred traditions to open our awareness and to find strength and perspective for living during pandemical, political, racial, ecological and other upheavals.

    Middlebury Chapel

    Closed to the Public
  • Anthony Castelletto is the Center for the Blue Economy’s Research Associate, Middlebury Institute..

    The Digital Ocean: Data: Analytics at The Center for the Blue Economy

    Speaker: Anthony Castelletto, Research Associate for the Center for the Blue Economy, Middlebury Institute

    A presentation by Anthony Castelletto on how the Center for the Blue Economy uses data to conduct translational work in environmental economics. We translate geophysical data into economic consequences to guide leaders on how to cope with the ocean and coastal effects of climate change. We do the same to promote sustainable development of ocean resources.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • Weekly Politics Luncheon

    Students and the public are invited to attend this weekly nonpartisan discussion of recent political events, hosted by Professor Matthew Dickinson. Held almost every Wednesday 12:30-1:30 pm EST. Check the calendar for dates. No expertise assumed. All viewpoints welcome. To register, please contact Prof. Dickinson.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • Carol Rifelj Faculty Lecture Series: "A Tale of Two Scipios" Jane Chaplin, Classics Department

    Does history really repeat itself?  If not, how is it that Scipio Africanus (ca. 235-183 BCE) and his biological nephew/adoptive grandson Scipio Aemilianus (185-129 BCE) both were entrusted with major commands at an early age, both were left to raise their own army for their second major commands, both achieved lasting renown for defeating Carthage, and both had a best friend named Gaius Laelius (themselves father and son)?  Professor Chaplin will show how the younger Scipio engineered similarities to his illustrious adoptive grandfather to bolster his own career.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
  • Brother to Brother Weekly Meeting

    Weekly meeting to discuss mentoring opportunities with area middle schoolers.

    Chellis Living Room/Seminar Room

    Closed to the Public
  • Philosophy Club Meeting

    Join us in our discussions oriented around philosophical topics and questions.

    Axinn Center 109

    Closed to the Public

Thursday, March 3, 2022

  • International Programs Photo Contest

    On display at the Davis Family Library Atrium from February 28th through March 6th are the finalists for the 2021 International Programs Photo Contest.

    Come by and submit your choice for the winner!

    Davis Family Library Atrium

    Open to the Public
  • Field Guide for American Studies Students

    Connect with Midd alums at the AMERICAN STUDIES Field Guide.

    Presented by the Center for Careers and Internships and cosponsored by the American Studies (AMST) department, this AMST Field Guide brings alumni back to campus to share knowledge and experience related to their post-Middlebury careers and professional lives with current students.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Closed to the Public
  • Actors From The London Stage: Much Ado About Nothing

    One of the most historied Shakespeare theatre companies in the world takes on the Bard’s comedic masterpiece, exploring two wildly different romances, each wrapped in secrets and trickery. Co-founded by Sir Patrick Stewart in 1975, Actors From The London Stage embraces theatrical simplicity at its finest. Five actors take the stage, with minimal props and costumes, and direct themselves in a performance of a complete Shakespeare play, with each actor portraying multiple roles.

    Wright Theatre

    $25/$20/$10/$5
    Open to the Public

Friday, March 4, 2022