Virtual Middlebury

Open to the Public

Through immersive learning within and outside of the classroom, Middlebury students and faculty work to contribute to local and global communities. This event series will feature stories from and conversations with Middlebury College undergraduates and faculty members who have unique perspectives on engaging in community during the pandemic.

Faculty and student leaders discuss the power of community-connected learning in areas like the Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster’s internships and capstone experiences, and in an online course unpacking historic artistic representations of slavery for a modern audience.

Moderator: Ashley Laux ’06
Panelists: Héctor Vila, Associate Professor of Writing & Rhetoric; Isabella Cady ’22.5; Sanae Eda, Associate Professor and Director of the School in Japan

Learn more and register to attend here.

Sponsored by:
The Center for Community Engagement

Contact Organizer

Laux, Ashley
(802) 443-5082