Beginning March 1, the Middlebury Institute’s “WorldViews” speaker series will feature faculty experts exploring a range of critical world issues in the context of the Trump Administration’s first 100 days in office.
How is it that “one of the most important countries in the world is being viewed through the prism of our emotional attitude to one person, Vladimir Putin?” asks Middlebury Institute professor Anna Vassilieva in a wide-ranging interview.
Middlebury Institute student Matt Levie describes a unique opportunity he had to work with journalists in Kyrgyzstan this summer and how Institute faculty “completely went out of their way” to support his goals before he even enrolled.
Middlebury Institute professor Kathi Bailey and alumnus Ryan Damerow were recently awarded the TESOL International Association’s President’s Award for their contributions to the field of English language education.
A panel featuring faculty originally from China, Mexico, Russia and Senegal explored one of the less-examined questions of this tumultuous presidential election season: what does the rest of the world think?
Reflecting on Shimon Peres’ legacy, Middlebury Institute Professor Avner Cohen shared a letter he received in 1999 from the elder statesman after the publication of his landmark history of Israel’s nuclear program, Israel and the Bomb.