The STEM team offers various resources and assistance to help our students in STEM careers of their choice. There is a wide array of STEM fields that Middlebury graduates enter into. We have provided a few of the links to the most common professions our STEM students pursue. We encourage you to explore additional careers in STEM and are happy to meet with you about those resources. Below are a few of the professional organizations within the STEM fields. Read through our top resources below, or dive deeper with our STEM Resources Handbook.
National Science Foundation REU Sites Computer and Information Science and Engineering
Guide to Computer Science Degree Programs
Biotechnology Innovation Organization
National Institutes of Standards and Technology
Mathematical Association of America
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
National Institutes for Health
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
United States Department of Agriculture
There are numerous offices and organizations at Middlebury and in the local community that may be of particular interest to STEM students.
- Peer STEM Tutors assist students in a wide range of math, science, social science, and related courses, including biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, economics, logic, mathematics, physics, psychology, and statistics. Some tutors run weekly drop-in sessions while others work with students in scheduled appointments.
- STEM and Quantitative Skills Support: Whether you are wondering what course to take, are already enrolled in a course with a quantitative component, or are working on a senior thesis, we have resources to help you. Professional and peer tutors are available to assist students in a wide variety of STEM subjects, including biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, environmental science, mathematics, philosophy, physics, psychology, and statistics. These services are free of charge to Middlebury College students.
- Community Engagement: Locally and around the world, our office helps Middlebury College students explore civic identity, develop essential life-long skills, and pursue projects in collaboration with communities, all while striving to contribute to the public good.
- The Posse STEM Scholars
(You can find a complete listing of all of the student orgs at https://middlebury.collegiatelink.net/Organizations)
Middle Endian is Middlebury’s student led Computer Science club. It aims to cultivate community among Computer Science students and faculty, as well as complement the academic Computer Science curriculum on campus.
Space Club is a gathering of students interested in all cosmological. We hold star gazing events/adventures, movie screenings, book discussions, and other social activities.
Underrepresented Students in STEM (UR-STEM)’s mission is to normalize the participation in STEM classes and careers, bridge the academic gap in students from different backgrounds, and improve retainment of underrepresented students in the STEM fields by providing support systems and essential resources for success.
Women in Computer Science++ – The purpose of wiCs++ is to create a culture and space that welcomes historically underrepresented groups in the field of computer science.