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The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: Faculty Stories: Roberto Lint Sagarena, American Studies Quoted: Rana Abdelhamid ’15 on Impact of Bill Maher’s Comments on Islam Middlebury College Theatre Presents 1920s Jewish Comedy “Mendel, Inc.” Incoming Student Makes … Continue reading

Monday Lunchtime Bridge Group

Would you like to exercise your brain at lunch time on Mondays?  A group of us play every week in the Davis Family Library staff room from 12-1. We’re looking for more regular players or substitutes. We’re very informal - we don’t … Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: Middlebury Voices in the News: Umbrella Revolution, MoMA Exhibition, and Where’s Kim Jong Un? Faculty Stories: Christal Brown, Dance Governor Shumlin Appoints Economics Professor Jessica Holmes to Green Mountain Care Board … Continue reading


WINTER IS COMING! BUY SNOW BOWL PASSES BEFORE NOV. 30 AND SAVE   Snow Bowl season passes are $175 for an individual and $350 for a family again this year, and you’ll save on the amount of tax you pay … Continue reading

HR Update: This Week’s Employment Snapshot

There are currently 13 faculty positions, 38 external job postings (regular, on-call and temporary), and 7 internal job postings on the Middlebury College employment opportunities web sites. Employment Quick Links: Faculty Employment Opportunities: Staff Employment Opportunities: go/staff-jobs (on campus), (off … Continue reading

Employee Flu Vaccination Clinic Scheduled for Tuesday, 10/7/14

A Reminder: The Human Resources office is pleased to once again offer on-site flu vaccinations for employees of Middlebury College. An open clinic will be held on Tuesday, October 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in Mitchell Green Lounge. … Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: Faculty to Lead Videographic Criticism Workshop in 2015 Middlebury Voices in the News: Israel’s Bomb, Muslim Immigration, and ‘Yes Means Yes’ From Animal Cognition to Wagner’s Ring Cycle: Seminars Raise the … Continue reading

John Schmitt awarded conference funding from the National Security Agency

John Schmitt (Mathematics) and colleagues from Dartmouth College, Bard College, Smith College, St. Michael’s College, SUNY Albany, Wesleyan University, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute have received funding from the National Security Agency  for two conferences this year on discrete mathematics. The first … Continue reading

VGN Awards for Glen Ernstrom, Clarissa Parker, and AJ Vasiliou

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

Students learn the craft of medieval papermaking

Well, to be specific, medieval paper was actually parchment, made from animal hides, rather than trees and literally all of our knowledge of the Middle Ages was preserved on skins made from calves, sheep, or goats. To better understand the chemistry, art, and labor of parchment, Middlebury College’s Special Collections & Archives, together with Professor Eliza Garrison’s Medieval […] Continue reading