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.
As the Middlebury Institute community celebrated the diverse talents of students at the Follies, the annual variety show, one student delved into the history of this beloved tradition.
Most of what you hear about immigration is wrong, Middlebury Institute Visiting Professor Jonathan Lipow told students at an event on the “Economics of Immigration” co-hosted by the student club MIIS Immigrant Rights Alliance.
“Big Nuke Energy” is a new podcast launched by three young women in the Summer Undergraduate Nonproliferation Program focused on current events in the field from a female perspective.
Middlebury Institute student Ariana Sawyer recently co-authored a report on immigration policies as part of her International Service Semester placement with Human Rights Watch in Los Angeles.
The Middlebury Institute’s Center for the Blue Economy is sponsoring eleven students from the International Environmental Policy program on summer internships with top marine organizations from the Bay Area to the Galapagos.
Alumna Masako Fukutani MATI ‘19 won runner up in the Student Division of the Japan Association of Conference Interpreters 2019 Simultaneous Interpretation Grand Prix.
The Middlebury Institute welcomed 129 students to Monterey for this year’s Summer Intensive Language Program.
Two Middlebury Institute students were awarded Boren Fellowships for the study of less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad.
The Middlebury Institute campus is gearing up for a host of events over the month of April to celebrate Earth Day and raise awareness about environmental issues.