Explore how liberal arts colleges might adapt to a rapidly changing world marked by the rise of big data.
This past summer, Cole Merrell ’21 and Jacob Morton ’21 spent their days writing, filming, directing, and editing a web series titled The Deli People.
Middlebury denizens can spot Victor and Betty Nuovo just about any morning, walking hand-in-hand along Main and/or Weybridge Streets. Both are 90 years old, and they have been married for 68 years.
Peter Nelson, professor of geography at Middlebury College, and Cheryl Morse, associate professor of geography at theUniversity of Vermont, used cell phone data in a new research project to track migration in Vermont.
Each year, Barbie selects extraordinary women as official role models and makes dolls in the women’s likenesses.
Middlebury economics professor Caitlin Myers, along with history professor Kathryn Morse, is directing an initiative titled midd.data, with a goal of making digital methods and data science lessons widely available to students, regardless of their intended major.
Beverly Moss, director of the Bread Loaf Teacher Network, has won the 2021 Conference on College Composition and Communication Exemplar Award.