Middlebury Institute alumni, Hilary Ancel-James MAT ’03, and Kunyuan (Lawrence) Chen MACI ’17, won first prize in the prestigious UN St. Jerome Translation Competition in the general category for their English and Chinese translations.
Professor Max Troyer MAT ’09 explains Globe Multilingual Services, which offers students in the Institute’s Translation and Localization Management program the opportunity to work on real translation and localization projects for real clients in real time.
At least seven Middlebury Institute students have been offered a summer fellowship at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland. The organization and the Institute recently renewed their decade-old memorandum of understanding (MOU).
Language services professionals including Dr. Yun-Hwang Lee, interpreter at the recent U.S.-North Korea summits, will appear at a conference celebrating 50 years of translation, interpretation, and localization instruction at the Middlebury Institute on May 4-5.