In 1948, Costa Rica abolished its army, shifting resources into education and health. This January, Professor Sabino Morera is leading an experiential learning course to his home country centered on peace and security, sustainability and intercultural exchange with Professor Marie Butcher.
International Education Management professor Anne Campbell is splitting her sabbatical year between a six-month Fulbright Scholarship in Pristina, Kosovo, and a research project supported by the Davis Collaborative.
A series of international experiences taught Middlebury Institute alumna Lacey Raak MAIEP ’08 that lasting change begins at the local level, where today she is leading efforts to implement environmentally sound policies and practices in her own community on California’s Central Coast.
Bryce Bray MAIEP ’18 has been awarded a Boren, a Fulbright, and most recently an Institute of Current World Affairs fellowship, all of which are helping him continue to develop expertise and expand his professional network in his chosen field of climate policy.
Middlebury Institute alumnae Sarah DeMola and Emily Quade, both Fulbright scholars and graduates of the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages degree program, recently teamed up in Taiwan to launch the Fulbright English Teaching Forum.
The Middlebury Institute is host to a large number of Fulbright students from around the world who make their mark on the campus culture with their enthusiasm and shared desire to use their education to have a positive impact in their home communities.