The Carl Fehlandt Scholarship, named for a beloved longtime Institute professor who was also an alumnus, is now fully endowed and will provide scholarships for future translation and interpretation students in perpetuity.
Experts from the Middlebury Institute and its James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies were quoted heavily in recent national and international media coverage of North Korea’s successful ICBM test launch.
Students in the Institute’s intensive summer certificate program in international development and social change (DPMI) in Washington DC had the opportunity June 20 to visit the Organization of American States.
International Policy & Development professor Jan Black's colorful backstory includes writing the definitive account of U.S. involvement in Brazil, and being invited to play piano in Elvis Presley’s band.
In its twentieth year, the Middlebury Institute’s CNS Summer Nonproliferation internship program once again offered highly qualified undergraduates a unique opportunity for training in the field of disarmament.