A multi-lingual environmentalist, Middlebury Institute alumnus Bryce Bray is passionate about the connection between climate-fragility and security, a topic he will research as a Fulbright Scholar in Senegal.
Middlebury Institute alumnus Ben Cogswell was awarded the Crystal Apple Award for using innovative and creative methods to keep kindergarten class at Bardin Elementary in Salinas engaged and learning during this period of remote schooling.
Immersive professional learning describes the real-world, applied learning opportunities offered through Middlebury Institute programs. Despite the onset of a global pandemic, practicum students successfully completed their internships and field projects remotely for the second half of the semester.
International Education Management students Sayre Weir and Milira Tillman were only a few weeks into their graduate studies at the Institute when they started collaborating on the now published collaborative research project with Professor Paige Butler.
Middlebury Institute student Angelo Gonzalez is the leading force behind The International Journal of Language and Policy, a new peer-reviewed academic journal focused on international relations and language studies.