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.
The immersive seven-week symposium offered 15 enrolled fellows the chance to hear from and interact with an extraordinary panel of experts on Russian identity and U.S.-Russia relations, from former New START treaty negotiators to the current Russian ambassador to the U.S.
Collaboration is essential for learning from and reflecting on our own educational practices as both teachers and learners. A new team of U.S. and Kyrgyz educators and students is working to promote such collaboration in Kyrgyzstan.
The Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies has joined a consortium to provide capacity building in the area of counterterrorism finance as part of a global project.
Middlebury Institute Associate Professor Netta Avineri has been awarded a grant by the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education to study how Hebrew is taught and perceived at American Jewish supplementary schools.