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  1. News Stories

    Words at Work

    | by Sara Thurber Marshall

    What does it take to be a translator and interpreter for a drug task force in New York City? Middlebury Institute alumna Lucía Falcón Palomar MATI ‘17 is featured in the Winter 2020 Communiqué.

  2. A Conversation with Olaf Groth

    | by Eva Gudbergsdottir

    As systems running on artificial intelligence (AI) govern greater parts of our daily decisions and interactions, we might be in for some “wobbly stretches of human-machine interaction.”

  3. A Rising Tide

    | by Jason Warburg

    A recent study by the Institute’s Center for the Blue Economy estimated the potential physical and economic impact of sea level rise on several Monterey landmarks.

  4. A Matter of Interpretation

    Over the past year, Institute alumni, students, and faculty have served as interpreters at some of the world’s most important global gatherings, from large events to intimate one-on-one meetings between heads of state.

  5. The Ethics of Interpretation

    | by Jason Warburg

    The role and ethical obligations of diplomatic interpreters became the subject of intense interest following the summits President Donald Trump held with North Korean and Russian leaders.

  6. A Victory in Davos

    | by Eva Gudbergsdottir

    A team of four Middlebury Institute students won the Business for a Better World international case competition in Davos, Switzerland, beating out teams from 20 other universities with a “stunning” presentation.