Open Enrollment Fall 2019: For 2020 Benefits

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There are several important benefits changes for 2020. You are encouraged to review the information in your 2020 Benefits Enrollment Guide to make the best choices for you and your family. Middlebury College is proud… Read More

Reaccreditation Open Meetings

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As noted in an email from Provost Jeff Cason on September 18, Middlebury is currently undergoing its decennial comprehensive evaluation for accreditation.  The evaluation consists of the preparation of a Self-Study, a site… Read More

Wisdom Wednesdays

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Wisdom Wednesdays (link to Scott Center webpage) at Mead Chapel 12:15-12:45 pm Every Wednesday during the academic year A half-hour mid-week gathering for sharing poetry and literature, music and silence.  Led by Mark… Read More

Oct 23rd Flu Shot Clinic at MIIS

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Move More Challenge for Faculty and Staff

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The annual fall GMHEC faculty staff physical activity challenge will be happening from October 20th through November 16th. Enlist your coworkers to sign up and help propel Middlebury to win the coveted designation… Read More

Middlebury Institute professor of Nonproliferation offers lecture at Middlebury College

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Middlebury Institute professor lectures on U.S. strategy and Syrian chemical weapons As Syria descended into civil war in 2011-2012, what had once seemed unimaginable – that the regime might use that country’s chemical… Read More

$10 and $25 Monterey Symphony Tickets

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Figure Skating Club Registration is Open!

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The Middlebury College Figure Skating Club is a non-competitive figure skating program open to children in the local community regardless of college affiliation. Lessons culminate in showcasing their skills in Middlebury College’s Winter… Read More

NEW Ways to Advertise in Dining Halls

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Individual napkin holders on every table are on their way out…and being replaced by 5 large napkin dispensers in each dining hall. For any napkin holder reservations scheduled for Oct. 25th or later,… Read More

Bye-bye Summon, Hello LibrarySearch

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The Library has hundreds of databases, indexes and catalogs, providing access to millions of articles, books, films, musical recordings and primary sources.  That sounds promising… until it sounds overwhelming. Where should you start your research? We used to recommend Summon, but over the summer, we replaced Summon with LibrarySearch.   Like its predecessor Summon, LibrarySearch is […]

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