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CTLR’s professional staff and peer tutors partner with students to help enrich your academic experience at Middlebury. There is no charge for our services.

Contacting CTLR

CTLR members and services are currently all remote. To communicate with the center please see our online information, email ctlr@middlebury.edu or call 802-443-3131 and leave a message.

To schedule an individual appointment with a professional tutor or peer tutor, see go/appt.

Center Hours

Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Peer and professional tutoring is available when fall and spring classes are in session. During the winter term, peer and professional tutors may have limited hours.

Break Information

The CTLR may be open but faculty and staff have limited availability during school breaks. Please confirm your meetings.

Peer tutoring only occurs on nights before classes occur and may be limited adjacent to breaks due to tutor availability.

Student Events

  • Fulbright Info Session (3/4)

    Date: Thursday, March 4, 2021
    Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm
    Location: Online
    Fulbright provides a year of funding for 2022-2023 for activities including graduate study, independent research, and English teaching assistant positions. Join Fulbright program staff and Dean Lisa Gates to learn about the Fulbright scholarship program, the application process, and updates for next year.  We’ll have a large group session with a breakout room discussion with Dean Gates for Middlebury students and alumni about Middlebury’s application process. Middlebury's preliminary application deadline is April 15. To join, register at GPS General Session to receive the Zoom information. See go.middlebury.edu/fulbright for more information.

  • Marshall Scholarship Alumni Panel Discussion (3/5)

    Date: Friday, March 5, 2021
    Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
    Location: Online
    Register for a Marshall Scholarship Alumni Panel Discussion hosted by Amherst on Friday, March 5, 2021, from Noon to 1:00 pm ET. Once you register, you will receive an email with a link to join the discussion. Join Marshall Scholarship Alumni for a panel discussion of their experiences studying in the UK, dealing with cultural adjustments, participating in the community of scholars and more. Panelists will share how their own backgrounds influenced how they approached and navigated this highly competitive and rewarding opportunity. Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high academic, leadership, and ambassadorial potential to study for a graduate degree in any field or institution in the UK. Panelists: Michaella Moore is an alumna of Howard University, where she studied Biology. She currently is a 2020, one year Marshall Scholar gaining her masters in Medical Anthropology at SOAS, University of London. Following her degree, she will be attending Perelman School of Medicine to further her goals of achieving global health justice throughout the black diaspora. Katie Huston ('08) is Chief Operating Officer of Nal'ibali, South Africa's national reading for enjoyment campaign. She's also worked at one of South Africa's leading philanthropic foundations, and in nonprofit monitoring and evaluation, fundraising and communications. She has a BA in Journalism from UMass Amherst. As a Marshall, she studied Global Political Economy at the University of Sussex and Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics. Rachel Shalev is an attorney in the Supreme Court and appellate practice at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in New York, which she joined after serving as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. As a 2007 Marshall Scholar, she received master’s degrees in modern European history from St. Andrews in Scotland and in legal and political theory from University College London. She also holds a BA from Williams College and a JD from Yale Law School.

  • MiddLab Coffee Break: Ethics in Data (3/5)

    Date: Friday, March 5, 2021
    Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Location: Online
    The second Middlab Coffee Break is next Friday, March 5, at 2 pm. For March, the focus will be on ethics in data, including data for social good, data feminism, and community ownership of data. Our guests this month are Matt Lawrence (Assistant Professor of Sociology), Amy Collier (Associate Provost for Digital Learning), and Katie Gillespie (Associate Director for Research Compliance). All of our facilitators have broad experience in working with data, and the ethical considerations that shape this work, but as always, we want this to be a community discussion, so please bring your projects, questions, and concerns! These discussion are organized by MiddLab, and co-sponsored by the Library, DLINQ, ITS, and midd.data. What is MiddLab? https://go.middlebury.edu/middlab/   Additional Information and registration: https://go.middlebury.edu/coffeebreak/

Student Deadlines

  • CCE Cross Cultural Grants Summer Deadline (4/14)

    Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021
    Time: All Day Event
    CCCS grants support international community service, advocacy, and activism. The fund supports international service-learning and community-building internships and/or related volunteer service experiences for undergraduate students. These internships and service initiatives may be student designed; preference is given to those opportunities in a culture distinctly different from the applicant’s background. You can utilize this fund for short-term opportunities such as a school break or longer-term projects (J-Term or semester-long).

    For more information visit go/cccs. Contact Ashley Laux, alaux@middlebury.edu, for questions or to brainstorm project ideas and resources.

  • Undergraduate Research SRPS Funding Spring Deadline (4/15)

    Date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
    Time: All Day Event
    Undergraduate Research's Senior Research Project Supplement (SRPS) funding supports senior work in 500 and 700 level courses. For academic year 2020-21, applications for up to $1,200 will be accepted on 10/1, 1/22, and 4/15. Applications for $350 and under are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. Students need to have senior status during the project dates to be eligible. See more information and a link to the application on the CTLR's Undergraduate Research website.

Searchable Student Resources

Handouts, planners, guides and other academic resources are stored together in the Student Resources Google Folder accessible to the Middlebury community. If you have something you think should be included or linked email ctlr@middlebury.edu with your suggestion.

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