Emeritus professor at the Middlebury Institute is remembered as a beloved teacher and accomplished researcher and author who taught courses on human security, international migration, multiculturalism, East Asia, and Russia-East Asia Relations.
At the Human Rights Forum held at the Institute in October, language studies students, speaking in their nonnative languages, presented their research on current human rights issues, while teams of student interpreters relayed the presentations into multiple languages.
Alex Newhouse, deputy director of the Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC), says the not-guilty verdicts of Kyle Rittenhouse could energize far right extremists who view him as a hero.
Middlebury President Laurie Patton joined Dean of the Institute Jeff Dayton-Johnson and Monterey city officials to celebrate the opening of the first student residence hall in the 66-year history of the Middlebury Institute.
Maia Stewart, a joint MPA and IEM student participated as an assistant program director at Team4Tech. Maia interned during the summer of 2021. Carolyn Meyer helped Maia find the position at Team4Tech because the position aligned with Maia’s values and interests.
The American Translators Association has awarded its highest honor to Middlebury Institute alumni Barry Olsen and Katharine Allen “in recognition of outstanding service to the translation and interpreting professions.”
Welcome to November and the second half of the semester. We’d like to thank you all for your continued adherence to our COVID-19 policies that keep our community safe. As a reminder, detailed information on COVID-19 policies in place for the fall semester can be found on the Return-to-Campus webpage and the Vaccine webpage.