Jennifer Herrera

Posts by Jennifer Herrera

LGBTQ Ally Training for Faculty & Staff

Social Justice educator and facilitator, Chris Woods, will lead two three-hour trainings that will provide foundational language, terminology, and tools to being an effective ally to LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff. Wednesday, 11/12 from 1-4pm | McCullough Wilson Hall Friday, … Continue reading

Seeking Nominations for the Annual Student Leadership Awards

We have such amazing students that are doing great things, in and out of the classroom, and on and off campus. We hope you will take the time to recognize their leadership, talent, and impact by nominating them for any … Continue reading

Linking Diversity and a Campus Community

Please join us for the following talk: Linking Diversity and a Campus Community: An Architectural Approach by Susan Sturm Columbia Law School Tuesday, January 15 7:30 pm, Dana Auditorium Professor Sturm is the George M. Jaffin Professor of Law and … Continue reading

Middlebury Dance Marathon-Fundraiser for Vermont Children’s Hospital

Saturday, January 19 Middlebury students are in process of organizing the Middlebury Dance Marathon: a fundraising event for the Vermont Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. We will spend a fun and entertaining 12 hours dancing the night away in McCullough Social … Continue reading

Have an Announcement You Want to Send to Students?

In an effort to reduce the number of all-student e-mails, MiddNotes is now the primary means of communicating with the entire student body (excluding announcements related to emergencies, health, policy and compliance, or other special circumstances). Special permission to send all-student … Continue reading

Student Resource Guide Now Available

Dear Colleagues: Welcome back to a new year at Middlebury. I hope you enjoyed a productive and wonderful summer. I write to share with you the latest edition of the Student Resource Guide. The guide introduces students to what we … Continue reading

Nominations Open for Student Leadership Awards

Dear Faculty and Staff Colleagues: I write to inform you of the opportunity to nominate a student or student group for the Student Leadership Awards. We have many awards and prizes that honor our students for their leadership and engagement … Continue reading

14th Annual Martin Luther King Celebration Kicks Off on January 16

Literacy, Social Justice, and Dr. King’s Legacy Author and researcher Dr. Maisha T. Winn will deliver the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration keynote address on Monday, January 16, at 4:30 p.m. in McCardell Bicentennial Hall 216. Dr. Winn is an … Continue reading

Updates from the Office of the Dean of the College

As we begin a new academic year, I am writing to share some exciting updates in the Office of the Dean of the College aimed at enhancing all aspects of Student Life to ensure the quality of experience for all … Continue reading

Nominations Open for Student Leadership Awards

Dear Colleagues, Friends, and Students: I am writing to let you know that my office has teamed up with SGA, CCAL, the Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life, and the Center for Education in Action to streamline the College’s … Continue reading