Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Winter Term Internship offers Middlebury College undergraduates the opportunity to participate in ongoing research projects and build unique professional skills.
Middlebury Institute staff members Trish Aportela, Alisyn Gruener, Andrew Hernandez, and Jennifer Peck are the recipients of the 2019 “Above and Beyond“ Awards, recognizing their exceptional dedication to the Institute and its students.
For Middlebury Institute students, the January Term (J-term) offers the opportunity to put theories and lessons to the test in courses offered in five different countries, work on directed study projects at home or abroad, or get ahead by taking intensive subject matter classes on campus.
Experts from the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) in high demand for expert analysis in national and international media as tensions increase in Middle East.
In 2019, the Middlebury Institute community was inspired to “dive in and lead right now,” while celebrating alumni achievements, national and international recognition of its programs, and the launch of its first fully online degree.
Over the past four years in December staff at the Middlebury Institute have fulfilled the holiday wishes of 500 children and adults in the “Gift of Giving” event benefitting Monterey County migrant farm workers and their families.
Brett McGurk, who served in senior national security positions for Presidents Bush, Obama, and Trump, shared his insights into presidential decision making at times of war at an event in the Irvine Auditorium on December 3.