A student in the stacks at Davis Library.

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 will be both in-person and remote for Fall 2021. To communicate with the center please see our online information, email ctlr@middlebury.edu or call 802-443-3131.

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

  • Midd.Data Lighting Talk: Optimizing Spirits Distribution in Bangkok with Data-Driven Marketing Analytics (10/22)

    Date: Friday, October 22, 2021
    Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm
    Location: Online
    Amitiva Biswas, Professor of the Practice 

    Spirits, or “hard liquor”, is a 500 billion USD industry globally and a 20 billion USD industry in Thailand, comprising almost 4% of total GDP there. The premium spirits market is a global oligopoly dominated by 3 major brand owners: Diageo (Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, others), Pernod Ricard (Chivas, Absolut, others), and Bacardi (Bacardi rum, Dewars, Grey Goose, others) which together command 50% global market share. In 2019, Bacardi selected Thailand to test a data-driven approach to strategy and engagement - could quantitative analysis help select the optimal venues, terms, and conditions for partnerships? In this project, we recruited 10 survey-takers to collect about 100 data points from 500 different venues using a custom-designed survey instrument and mobile app. We developed several metrics and algorithms designed to convert these data into actionable strategic and executional recommendations for optimizing marketing. This talk will give a brief overview of the industry, review metric and algorithm development, the data gathering process, and findings from the project. See more information at go.middlebury.edu/midddata. Register

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Friday Office Hours

    Date: Friday, October 22, 2021
    Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
    Location:
    Renee Wells, Director of Education for Equity and Inclusion, will host virtual weekly office hours on Fridays from 4:00-5:30 pm (ET) for the fall semester. Students, staff, and faculty can share concerns related to difficult issues, seek support related to climate barriers, explore potential strategies to address concerns, and access individual consultation to develop strategies for navigating and responding to difficult issues or for implementing equitable and inclusive practices. To utilize office hours email Renee at rwells@middlebury.edu to coordinate about dates/times and to access the zoom link.

  • Applying to Medical School: An Introduction to the Health Professions Committee (10/26)

    Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2021
    Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
    Location: Online
    Join the Health Professions team as they demystify the professional school application process. Mary Lothrop and Hannah Benz will be leading this session on Middlebury’s internal health professions committee and how to be most competitive in the admissions process. They'll be joined by candidates who have already gone through the HPC review process and will be able to share their personal insights. Find out more about Health Professions in the CTLR at go.middlebury.edu/hp. Join the Zoom Webinar

Student Deadlines

  • Anti-Racist Task Force Transformative Projects Application Deadline (10/31)

    Date: Sunday, October 31, 2021
    Time: All Day Event
    Location:
    The Middlebury College Anti-Racism Task Force welcomes applications from students and staff for grants to fund your vision for transforming Middlebury into an anti-racist community. (There is a separate fund and application process for faculty projects, and they are equally welcomed!) Funding is generally $1,000 or less but larger amounts will be considered. Deadlines are October 31, 2021 or April 30, 2022. More information and a link to the online application can be found at https://sites.middlebury.edu/antiracist/transformative-projects/    

  • Provost's Office Support for Strategic Initiatives Application Deadline (11/5)

    Date: Friday, November 5, 2021
    Time: All Day Event
    Location:
    The Provost has funds available to support initiatives that further Middlebury’s strategy. Guidelines on projects and details to apply can be found on their website https://www.middlebury.edu/office/provost/strategic-engagement/support The reqest maximum is $50,000. The deadline for fall applications is November 5, 2021.  Decisions will be communicated by December 17, 2021.  Funds for successful projects will be available after an assessment plan is submitted, not before February 1, 2022. Submissions will also be accepted in the spring for funding in fiscal year 2023.  Those dates will be announced at a later date.

  • Beinecke, Goldwater and Truman Scholarships Nomination Application Deadline (11/10)

    Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2021
    Time: All Day Event
    Location:
    Nomination applications for the following scholarships are due November 10. Beinecke: Juniors intending to enroll in graduate study in the arts, humanities or social sciences with a demonstrated financial aid need may apply for a Beinecke scholarship for $34,000. Middlebury can nominate up to one student. The selected nominee will work with the Fellowships advisor to complete the final Beinecke application due in February. See additional eligibilty and details at go.middlebury.edu/beinecke. Goldwater: Sophomores and Juniors interested in studying mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering may apply for a Goldwater scholarship for up to $15,000. Middlebury can nominate up to four students. The selected nominees will work with the Fellowships advisor to complete the final Goldwater application due in January. See additional eligibilty and details at go.middlebury.edu/goldwater. Truman: Juniors intending to enroll in a graduate program leading to a career in government, the nonprofit or advocacy sectors, education or elsewhere in public service can apply for a Truman scholarship for $30,000. Middlebury can nominate up to four students. Selected nominees will work with a Fellowships advisor to complete the final Truman application due in February. See additional eligibility and details at go.middlebury.edu/truman.

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.

Share Your Comments

A new group of  first-years are starting at Middlebury. Do you have any advice or comments about the CTLR and academic support you’d like to share? Complete our feedback form to let them know.

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