The 2019 Summer Peacebuilding Program offered 16 participants from all over the U.S. and the world the opportunity for in-depth exploration on building peace in societies emerging from conflict, violence, or war, bridging theory and practice.
Four Middlebury College students were among the seventeen undergraduate students invited to spend the summer at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, learning about the field, and pursuing independent research with top experts.
Six Middlebury Institute graduate students partnered this summer with undergraduate students from Middlebury College in the Middlebury Social Impact Corps, working with organizations in Peru, Monterey, and The Bahamas.
Professor Katherine Punteney, founder of the Middlebury Institute’s International Education Management Program has published a new textbook on principles and practices of the field of international education.
As Director, Dr. Pilch will lead the education, training, and research initiatives of the Center’s chemical and biological weapons nonproliferation portfolio, including projects and programs requiring in-depth technical assessments, policy analysis, and public outreach.