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  1. FacultySTEM and QuantitativeStudents

    New Fall Half-Credit Courses Begin

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    The first half-credit courses at Middlebury began this fall semester. The courses vary from religion to an experiential learning capstone. The Middlebury Campus quoted Priscilla Bremser (Math) about the course Mathematical Problem-Solving, “I hope my course gives students with uneven mathematics backgrounds a chance to solidify foundational concepts so that they can succeed in calculus.” Read more of College Tries Out New Half-Credit Course System This Fall.

  2. FacultySTEM and QuantitativeUndergraduate Research

    Clinton Cave (Neuroscience) and the Value of Undergraduate Research

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    Clinton Cave (Neuroscience) was recently featured in TheScientist where he talks about the value of undergraduate research. “Middlebury’s undergraduate focus…is a real strength because it gives students early access to sophisticated labs, setting them up to succeed in STEM careers. It’s especially important that he help first-generation students, students of color, and women see a path forward, he says. ‘And it’s very rewarding to be able to pay for the mentorship that I’ve received over the years.’” Read more of Clinton Cave Investigates How Brain Cells Communicate.

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    Professors Win Marlow Above and Beyond Award for Faculty at Home Series

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    Caitlyn Myers (Economics) and Sarah Stroup (Political Science) received the first Marlow Above and Beyond Award in May for the Faculty at Home series. The Middlebury Alumni Association award is in recognition of their effort to launch the series in April 2020, as the pandemic began, and its reach to more than 7,500 attendees including students, alumni, parents, and friends of Middlebury. See the full Alumni, Families, and Friends story.