Doreen Bernier

Posts by Doreen Bernier

The 150s now First Come, First Served for Students

For the spring semester, the library study rooms on the lower level (the 150 rooms) will be now available for students on a first come, first served basis. If the room is empty, feel free to just start using it. These are for group study, though, so an individual using the room may be asked […] Continue reading

The Return of the Printed Directory

We are pleased to announce that a revised and slimmed down version of the printed directory is now available free of charge. Faculty and Staff can pick up one or two copies at Reprographics during their regular business hours. Additional copies can … Continue reading

Dean of the College Administrative Updates

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, I hope that you are enjoying J-Term and looking forward to an exciting new year. I write to share some administrative updates in Student Life. Effective August 1, Katy Smith Abbott, who has been serving … Continue reading

Solar Decathlon Fundraiser at 51 Main

On Tuesday, January 25 from 5:00 to 10:00 pm, 51 Main will donate 10% of its proceeds on food and non-alcohol beverage purchases to Middlebury’s Solar Decathlon Team. At 6:00 pm, several members will share the team’s vision and progress … Continue reading

Wed – Learning Lunch – with Jim Douglas! (update with topic)

Please bring your lunch and join us this Wednesday when former Vermont Governor, Executive-in-Residence Jim Douglas shares his thoughts on Contemporary Vermont politics and the importance of volunteers in the political process (Please print this to share with your colleagues … Continue reading

Reminder: Memorial Service for Kathleen Knippler tomorrow at 11 AM

Just a reminder about tomorrow’s memorial for our late colleague, Kathleen. To the College Community, A memorial service in celebration of the life of Kathleen Knippler will be held at 11 AM on Saturday January 15th in Mead Chapel. A … Continue reading

Bread Loaf School of English

As of the first of the year, our colleague Jim Maddox has retired as director of the Bread Loaf School of English. Emily Bartels, who was a Bread Loaf faculty member from 1995-2000 and has been associate director since 2001, … Continue reading

Pedagogy Series Event tomorrow

Dear Colleagues, CTLR’s 2011 Pedagogy Series continues tomorrow, January 14th with a lecture and discussion, Race and Nature Writing, presented by John Elder. This event is co-sponsored with the Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity. Please see … Continue reading

Seeking experienced NEASC reviewers

Dear Faculty and Staff Colleagues, As you most likely know, we are under review for reaccreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) in the fall. One aspect of this process involves a visit from a team … Continue reading

Final Reminder: United Way Raffle Ends Monday, January 17

Dear Colleagues, The deadline for being included in the raffle for the United Way Campaign is this Monday January 17. Information about the raffle can be found at https://seguecommunity.middlebury.edu/view/html/site/unitedway-addison/node/4346235 , while more information about the United Way of Addison County … Continue reading