Academic Excellence, Arts, Language, Culture, Faculty, Identity
Geography professor Peter Nelson was a featured guest on a recent episode of the WBUR podcast
On Point focusing on big-city dwellers who increasingly leave for small towns and suburbs.
2020s, Academic Excellence, Alumni, Students
Yardena Gerwin ’22.5 and Hoang Minh Hieu Nguyen ’23 have been awarded the Gates-Cambridge Scholarship, which will fund a one-year master’s degree at the University of Cambridge.
Bread Loaf School of English, Academic Excellence, Arts, Language, Culture, Faculty
Former Bread Loaf faculty member Marjorie Ryerson has published her first book of poetry,
The Views from Mount Hunger.
2020s, Academic Excellence
Middlebury is one of the top ten colleges for high-paying jobs in finance, reports the Wall Street Journal.
2020s, Middlebury College, Academic Excellence, Access, Equity & Justice, Identity, Science & Tech
Middlebury is one of 104 colleges and universities to receive a six-year grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to support initiatives that foster more inclusive and equitable introductory education in the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and math.
1980s, 2000s, Middlebury College, Academic Excellence, Alumni, Arts, Language, Culture, Entrepreneurship, Experience, Philanthropy, Staff
Middlebury has received a gift of $5 million from the Kelson Foundation to support the future of the Innovation Hub, home to Middlebury’s programs on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
2020s, Middlebury College, Academic Excellence, Entrepreneurship, Staff
The College’s Innovation Hub programs get high praise from David Bradbury, president of the business incubator Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies.
1970s, Academic Excellence, Alumni
Katharine Shepherd ’78 has been appointed as dean of the College of Education and Social Services at the University of Vermont.
2020s, Middlebury College, Academic Excellence, Environment, Faculty
The College has named a 60-acre parcel on the eastern edge of campus in honor of Professor Emeritus of Biology and Environmental Studies Steve Trombulak, who retired in 2019 after a 34-year career.
2020s, Academic Excellence, Arts, Language, Culture, Faculty, Science & Tech
Washington Post asked experts, including Luso-Hispanic studies professor Patricia Saldarriaga, to explain zombie nutrition, neurology, and behavior.