Middlebury Institute alumna Molly McKeon will study the links between microfinance and entrepreneurship in Mongolia as the inaugural research fellow with the Institute’s Center for Social Impact Learning.
One of the most successful years of fundraising in the Middlebury Institute’s 61-year history generated more than $4.2 million to support student scholarships, immersive learning opportunities, and other institutional priorities.
Middlebury Institute student Melissa Hewitt’s 10,000-mile journey to Malawi began with a phone call home to Mom—a call that started her down a path of alumni connections that led all the way to Southeast Africa.
Faculty from the Middlebury Institute, Language Schools, Bread Loaf School of English, Schools Abroad, and the undergraduate college examined immersive learning in the digital age at a recent Envisioning Middlebury panel.
Analysts at the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have concluded that images Russia provided as evidence in the effort to determine who shot down Malaysia Air 17 over Ukraine two years ago were “significantly modified or altered.”