Dr. Richard Pilch, director of the CNS Biological and Chemical Weapons Nonproliferation Program hosted a live webinar reviewing the status and response of the COVID-19 outbreak and the U.S. response to it.
Honoring the decades long relationship with the Peace Corps, the Middlebury Institute is guaranteeing a $10,000 scholarship for all Returned Volunteers, including those whose service was interrupted by COVID 19.
Four Middlebury Institute students competed in the annual Atlantic Council Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge. While in past years they would have traveled to Washington D.C., this year the competition was held online.
At the Middlebury Institute, students become colleagues and often continue collaboration with faculty beyond graduation. A great example of this tradition is the continued research collaboration between International Education Management Professor David Wick and alumna Evelyn Lueker MAIEM ‘18.
As a proactive response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Middlebury Institute suspended all in-person classes and began offering remote learning on March 23. Other measures include the postponement or cancellation of public events and activities.
The Middlebury Institute is taking proactive measures to help mitigate the transmission of Covid-19. These steps include moving to remote instruction after Spring Break, on Monday, March 23 and cancelling all non-class events as of Wednesday, March 11. As of today, there are no known or suspected cases of Covid-19 on our campus.