A group of women scholars from the Middlebury Institute have launched the West Coast chapter of Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security, and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS), an international nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing more voices into the security conversation.
Learn more about the ambitious yet humble beginnings of the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), its serendipitous journey made possible thru historic events, chance encounters, and the relentless dedication of its founder, Dr. Bill Potter.
Richard Pilch and Rhianna Tyson Kreger of the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) share what lessons the U.S. can learn from the Covid-19 pandemic about potential bioweapons attacks and other natural pandemics.
Lieutenant Colonel James P. Harwell, the Middlebury Institute’s Sixth Army War College Fellow, receives prestigious Commandant’s Award for his research on “Breaking the Northeast Asia Proliferation Chain: Insecurity, Identity, and Nationalism.”
Middlebury Institute Professor Rana Issa recently hosted an improvised cooking lesson in Arabic, celebrating Lebanese culture and cuisine with students and their families, utilizing WhatsApp, colored pens, and pantry staples.
Dr. Richard Pilch, director of the CNS Biological and Chemical Weapons Nonproliferation Program hosted a live webinar reviewing the status and response of the COVID-19 outbreak and the U.S. response to it.
Four Middlebury Institute students competed in the annual Atlantic Council Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge. While in past years they would have traveled to Washington D.C., this year the competition was held online.