The Middlebury Institute‘s Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies degree has been reclassified as a STEM program. International students who complete the degree may be eligible for a two-year extension of their resident status after graduation.
For the second year in a row the U.S. State Department recognizes the Middlebury Institute’s TESOL program as a Top English Language Fellow producing institution, this year also honoring the Custom Language Services program for excellence in curriculum design.
A group of women scholars from the Middlebury Institute have launched the West Coast chapter of Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security, and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS), an international nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing more voices into the security conversation.
The Middlebury Institute community is mourning the sudden loss of nonproliferation and terrorism studies student Michael (Mike) Donnelly. Mike was a “much loved” and integral part of the Institute’s Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC) team, “a natural leader who brought out the best in his colleagues.”
Learn more about the ambitious yet humble beginnings of the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), its serendipitous journey made possible thru historic events, chance encounters, and the relentless dedication of its founder, Dr. Bill Potter.