• Women in Data Science Conference

    Please consider attending the Middlebury Women in Data Science (WiDS) 2024 conference! The conference will feature three Middlebury faculty providing lightning talks on their work in data science, an alumni panel from recent Middlebury graduates who currently work in data science positions, and a keynote talk by Assistant Professor Sarah Brown from the department of Computer Science at University of Rhode Island. Everyone is welcome to attend the WiDS conference! Food and prizes will be provided.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Closed to the Public
  • Physics Jeopardy

    Physics-themed Jeopardy game with students and professors! Pizza and soda provided.

    McCardell Bicentennial Hall 220

    Closed to the Public
  • Climate Action Fellowship Info Session

    Applications for the Climate Action Fellowship 2024-2025 will be open from March 4 - April 5! Please join us for this information session on Tuesday, March 5 at 12:45 in Hillcrest 103 to learn more about the Fellowship, ask questions, hear from past fellows, and connect with Minna and Andrés!

    check out go/caf/ and our Instagram (@middclimateactioncapacity) for more!
    Information about zoom info-sessions for those away/abroad/unable to attend in-person can be found on our Instagram!

    About the Fellowship and Application

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Closed to the Public
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    Film Screening: Small Island Big Song—An Ocean Songline

    Filmed over three years on 16 Island nations across the Pacific and Indian Oceans, this grassroots musical follows the ocean highways uniting ancient musical lineages. From Madagascar to Rapa Nui/Easter Island, Taiwan to Zenadth Kes/The Torres Strait. A heartfelt plea for environmental awareness and cultural preservation from those on the frontline of the climate crisis. A Q&A with the artists follows the screening. Sponsored by the Performing Arts Series, the Environmental Studies Program, and Committee on the Arts.

    2019 | 83 minutes | Free

     

    Mahaney Arts Center, Olin C. Robison Concert Hall

    Open to the Public
  • Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series: Climate Change: Our Response as Artists

    This panel discussion features performing artists from Small Island Big Song to discuss the impacts of climate change and explore how the arts can influence our relationship with the environment. Small Island Big Song is a collaborative multi-platform project uniting indigenous musicians across the Pacific and Indian Oceans through song in the face of climate change and cultural loss.

    Moderator: BaoBao Chen (Taiwan), Producer/Manager, Small Island Big Song

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
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    Small Island Big Song

    Small Island Big Song is a multi-platform project uniting the seafaring cultures of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, a region at the frontline of the climate crisis. Indigenous artists come together with filmmakers and poets to present irresistible oceanic grooves and soulful island ballads collected across 16 countries, all guided by the artists on their respective islands. Experience the concert event that Billboard calls “one coherent jaw-dropping piece.”

    Wilson Hall, McCullough Student Center

    Open to the Public
  • Charting Progress: Europe's Path to Climate Neutrality

    Suzanne Slarsky Dael ‘02 will return to campus for a conversation moderated by students Tashi Sherpa ‘24 (International and Global Studies) and Finn Warner ‘24.5 (Environmental Economics). Suzanne graduated as a Geography major and now serves as Head of group on climate change mitigation, energy and transport at the European Environment Agency.

    Dana Auditorium (Sunderland Language Center)

    Open to the Public
  • Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series

    Core Conversations: Uncertainty
    Mez Baker-Medard, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, Middlebury College
    Kathryn Morse, John C. Elder Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of History, Middlebury College
    Alexis Mychajliw, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Biology, Middlebury College

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
  • Field Guide for Geography Students

    Connect with Midd alums at the Geography Field Guide.
    Presented by the Center for Careers and Internships and cosponsored by the Geography department, this Geography Field Guide brings alumni back to campus to share knowledge and experience related to their post-Middlebury careers and professional lives with current students.

    On Thursday alumni join us for a panel discussion. Friday morning, our alumni guests have volunteered to hold one-on-one chats with students (Sign up in Handshake)

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Closed to the Public
  • BIPOC Student Environmental Meetup

    BIPOC Student Environmental Meetup! Folks who’ve never taken an ENVS class before are highly encouraged to come!

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

  • The 2024 Scott A. Margolin '99 Lecture in Environmental Affairs

    The 2024 Scott A. Margolin ‘99 Lecture in Environmental Affairs presents Jade S. Sasser, Associate Professor in the Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies at the University of California, Riverside.

    “No Future for Us? Young People’s Climate Anxiety and the Future of Reproduction.”

    McCardell Bicentennial Hall 216

    Open to the Public
  • The Making of Environmental Law

    “The Making of Environmental Law” by Richard Lazarus, Charles Stebbins Fairchild Professor of Law at Harvard Law School.

    This talk, based on Richard Lazarus’s recent book “The Making of Environmental Law” recounts the emergence and evolution of modern environmental law and its future challenges.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series:

    “Using GIS and Satellite Data to Study Climate, Environment and Social Determinants of Health” by Kevin Lane, Assistant Professor of Environmental Health at Boston University School of Public Health, Interim Director of Environmental Health Doctoral Program, and Chief Data Officer – Center for Climate Health.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
  • Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series

    “The Rise of a Movement: How Young Activists Transformed Climate Politics” by Nick Engelfried, author of Movement Makers: How Young Activists Upended the Politics of Climate Change.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public