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The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: The Liebowitz Years: Leading with Conviction New Middlebury Bread Loaf Conferences Offer Lectures and Readings to the Public College Grants Tenure to Three Faculty Members Middlebury Institute at Monterey Confers Graduate … Continue reading

From the College Archives: Middlebury Commencement Through History

We are thrilled to introduce a new series, From the College Archives, curated by Josh Kruskal, ’15. In the weeks of his last semester, Josh, a prized Special Collections staff member, scoured 200 years of Middlebury Kaleidoscopes in search of historic and day-to-day moments. In Josh’s inaugural post: Commencement. In his photo essays to come, look for themes such as Students and Their […] Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: College Names Kellogg Fellows in Humanities Quoted this Week: Bill McKibben on Obama’s ‘Catastrophic Climate-Change Denial’ Neil Sinclair Named Men’s Hockey Coach Local Company Files Request to Build Renewable Natural Gas … Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: College Confers Student Leadership Awards Students Present Radon Findings to Public Health Officials Five from Middlebury Receive Fulbright Awards Students Exhibit Creative Works at Old Stone Mill Showcase College and Community … Continue reading

25 Years @ Midd with John Quesnel

In this post we recognize John Quesnel, Receiver for Retail Food Operations, for his 25 years of service to Middlebury. John shares with us the source of his fondest Middlebury memories, some advice on success at Middlebury, and the person … Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: Artist and Physician Mark Podwal’s Beautiful Images Tell of Painful Jewish History Middlebury to Receive Vermont Freedom to Marry Task Force Archives Spring Open House Nights at the Observatory Middlebury to … Continue reading

Su Lian Tan awarded Discovery Grant from OPERA America

Su Lian Tan (Music) has received a Discovery Grant from the Opera Grants for Female Composers program to support development of her opera composition Lotus Lives. The grant was announced recently by OPERA America, the national service organization for opera, … Continue reading

Cynthia Packert awarded NEH Enduring Questions grant

Cynthia Packert (History of Art & Architecture) has been awarded an Enduring Questions grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support the development of a new course on the topic of “Is Beauty in the Eye of … Continue reading

Anne Kelly Knowles awarded Guggenheim Foundation fellowship

Anne Kelly Knowles (Geography) has been awarded a fellowship from the Guggenheim Foundation for a project titled Telling the Spatial Story of the Holocaust. This project grew from her ongoing work with the Holocaust Geographies Collaborative, an international group of … Continue reading

Jeff Munroe awarded Franklin Grant from the American Philosophical Society

Jeff Munroe (Geology) has been awarded a Franklin Grant from the American Philosophical Society for a project titled Developing a Record of Holocene Environmental Change from an Idaho Ice Cave. The grant will cover field research expenses for Jeff and … Continue reading