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Murray Dry and Keegan Callanan receive funding for Constitution Day Initiative

Murray Dry and Keegan Callanan (both Political Science) have received funding from the Jack Miller Center to host a lecture as part of the Constitution Day Initiative. This lecture will reach a wide range of students, faculty, and members of … Continue reading

Page One Literacy Events for Families

Page One Literacy invites all area families to join them for these two fall events: Robert Frost Walk Where: Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, Ripton When: October 18th  – 1-3 pm Bring the family and join Middlebury College students for a … Continue reading

Inauguration of the triptych “The Birth and Death of Patriarchy”

Monday, October 26th, 2015. Please join us for a talk by Dr. Kamakshi P. Murti, Professor Emerita of German, at Chellis House. Dr. Murti is returning to campus for the inauguration of her paintings, which she has donated to Chellis … Continue reading

Jeff Carpenter, Emiliano Huet-Vaughn, Peter Matthews, and Andrea Robbett receive contract from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Jeff Carpenter, Emiliano Huet-Vaughn, Peter Matthews, and Andrea Robbett (all Economics) have received a contract from the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for a project titled Dominance Violations in Consumer Credit Choices. This research has the primary goal of revealing … Continue reading

Vermont Genetics Network Awards for Glen Ernstrom, Clarissa Parker, AnGayle Vasiliou, and Michael Durst

Vermont Genetics Network grants for Research in the Biomedical Sciences Middlebury College is one of the baccalaureate partner institutions participating in a major grant from the National Institutes of Health to the University of Vermont. This grant continues the Vermont … Continue reading

Registration for Figure Skating Club

Registration for the Figure Skating Club will take place on Thursday, October 8, in the Crossroads Cafe. Children from 5 to 18 years of age receive lessons, and the season culminates in their performance in the Winter Carnival Ice Show. … Continue reading

Peggy Nelson awarded residency in Switzerland for collaborative research

Peggy Nelson (Sociology-Anthropology) and a colleague from Wellesley have been awarded a month-long residency at the Brocher Foundation in Hermance, Switzerland to work on their collaborative research next July. Their project, titled Social and Biogenetic Factors in the Making of … Continue reading

Jane Chaplin and colleagues awarded grant from the Classical Association of the Atlantic States

Jane Chaplin (Classics) and colleagues from Hamilton and Skidmore were awarded a grant from the Classical Association of the Atlantic States to support a project titled Summer Institute for the Collaboration of Liberal Arts Colleges to Broaden and Strengthen the … Continue reading

Susan Burch and colleagues awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Susan Burch (American Studies), independent filmmaker Rick Tejada-Flores, and independent scholar Hannah Joyner have received a grant from the Media Projects Development Program at the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for a project titled Unspeakable: The Life of Junius … Continue reading

Sister-to-Sister and Brother-to-Brother Invite All Middle School Students to their Events

Middlebury College’s student groups Sister-to-Sister and Brother-to-Brother invite all middle-school students to sign up for their free fall activities. Both programs are designed to foster new friendships in a fun atmosphere outside of the classroom. Brother-to-Brother will kick off its … Continue reading