Get to know the Middlebury Institute through events that we regularly host on campus, online, and in cities near you.
Sign up for an upcoming online discussion with Middlebury Institute experts. Recordings of past discussions are also available. The discussions last about 20 minutes and cover topics in international security, sustainable development, human rights and social change, and language, culture, and education. Recent discussions have focused on finding a career in the language and technology industry, North Korea’s nuclear program, the U.S.-China trade war, domestic terrorism in the U.S., and living with climate change.
Events Near You
Our faculty and enrollment advisors regularly visit cities around the world to connect with prospective students like you. Let us know where you’re currently living and we’ll get in touch when we’re next hosting an event near you. Contact us if you have any questions. See upcoming events below.
|Mar 11–12, 2022||In-Person Preview Days|
|Sep 15, 2021||How to Apply: Translation, Interpretation, and Localization Management (watch the recording)|
|Sep 23, 2021||International Education and Climate Change: Going Global and/or Going Green? (watch the recording)|
|Oct 12, 2021||How to Apply: Policy, Management, and Language Education|
|Oct 13, 2021||New Zealand Diplomat Perspective on Nuclear Disarmament|
|Oct 19, 2021||Open-Source Intelligence: “So You Want to Be an Internet Detective?”|
|Oct 25–29, 2021||Virtual Preview Days|
|Nov 9, 2021||How to Apply: Online Translation and Localization Management|