Middlebury Institute Translation and Interpretation student Michelle Mirabella has been nominated by World Literature Today for a Pushcart Prize for her translation of “Ferns,” a short story by Catalina Infante Beovic.
Middlebury Institute Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies student Yoo Dong-suk is the winner of the APLN/Korea Times essay contest sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea on “Youth, Disarmament, and Peace in the Asia-Pacific Region.”
Four staff members, Barbara Burke, Regina Garner, Kelly Cole O‘Connell, and Jeremy (Baken) VondenBenken are the recipients of the 2020 Above and Beyond Awards, recognizing their exceptional dedication to the Middlebury Institute and its mission.
The partial closing of Pierce Street, and a new sustainable landscaped area in front of the Casa Fuente building mark the completion of the first stage of the Middlebury Institute’s plans to create a more pedestrian-friendly central campus space.
This summer, the Middlebury Institute brought together 13 distinguished fellows with 46 leading experts in U.S.-Russia relations for the fourth annual Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia (MSSR). These lectures are now available on the Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies webpage.