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The Week’s Headlines

Here are the the week’s headlines from the News Room: New York Times Praises PTP/NYC’s Scenes from an Execution Faculty Stories: Steve Trombulak College Mourns Loss of Dave Sears Pursuits: Andrew Locke ’11 Works on Poverty Solutions in India Vew … Continue reading

July EFAP News: Unplug to Recharge

HOW TO DISCONNECT? Technology has provided new ways to stay connected to friends, family, and the workplace. But some studies have shown that all this connectivity may lead to more stress and sleep disturbance and make it harder to connect … Continue reading

The Weeks’ Headlines

Here are the weeks’ headlines from the News Room: Quoted this Week: Prof. Peter Matthews on the Greek Crisis School of Korean Off to a Fast Start Exploring Quasars and the Evolution of Galaxies Day One for President Laurie Patton … Continue reading

Guntram Herb awarded grant to participate in NEH Summer Institute

Guntram Herb (Geography) was awarded a grant to participate in a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute titled On Native Grounds: Studies of Native American Histories and the Land, which was sponsored by the Community College Humanities Association and … Continue reading

Summer ZUMBA

TUESDAYS 12:30-1:30pm MCA 109 7/7 thru 8/11 $10 / drop in $36 / 6 go/boxoffice 443-3168

Jeff Howarth awarded National Science Foundation IUSE grant

Jeff Howarth (Geography) and a colleague at University of California-Santa Barbara have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation’s IUSE program (Improvement in Undergraduate STEM Education) for an interdisciplinary project titled Multimedia Learning Principles for Design-it Yourself Online Instruction of … Continue reading

Summer Language School on Film in the College Archives

Drawn from our newly digitized historic 16mm films, a taste of what life in the Summer Language Schools was like in the middle of the 20th century.  Enjoy! German School Dancing Considered the forerunner of all the Middlebury Language Schools in 1915, the German School established its home in Bristol, Vermont and flourished under the direction […] Continue reading

College Observatory Status – Summer 2015

The Physics Department at Middlebury College is performing upgrades at the College Observatory and will not be having Open House nights this summer. Over the years, Open House nights at the Observatory have been popular events on the Middlebury campus … Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: Language Schools to Hold Centennial Celebration July 15-19 Middlebury Announces Newest Inductees For Athletics Hall of Fame Middlebury College Terminates Kappa Delta Rho Social House Students Launch Cross-Country Tour for Youth … Continue reading

25 Years @ Midd with Susan Perkins

In this post we recognize Susan Perkins, the Academic Dept. Coordinator for the Psychology Department, for her 25 years of service to Middlebury. Susan shares with us her favorite hobbies, the love she has for her family, and some of … Continue reading