Several opportunities to work with the Hurricane Island Foundation! Check out the postings below!

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The Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership is a learning community on Hurricane Island, in Penobscot Bay, Maine, offering experiential, hands-on education programs and research opportunities focusing on marine sciences, STEAM education, sustainable living technology, citizen science initiatives, and leadership. They are offering THREE internship opportunities for students interested in environmental sciences. See the […]

Accepting Proposals for Environmental Council Grants – Up to $2500

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Staff, faculty, and students are encouraged to apply for an Environmental Council Grant. Proposals must be submitted by Tuesday, February 10.

Online Application

In Fall 2014 we funded the following projects:

  • Travel funds for energy experts to come and present to J-term class on campus microgrids
  • Shower timers to be used for outreach campaign by Campus Sustainability Coordinators
  • Three student travel proposals, including two MAlt trips and a trip to the 2014 World Parks Congress
  • Food processor for Weybridge House community events
  • Funding for student workers to help with Dining Services’ local food initiative
  • Support for Middlebury Fermenters’ Guild

Your project could be next! Apply by February 10 at go/ec.

Please welcome Joe Langevin to ITS

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We are pleased to announce the recent addition of Joe Langevin to the staff of ITS.  Joe joins us in the role of Senior Programmer Analyst on the Administrative Systems team in Enterprise Applications.  Joe spent the previous 15+ years working as a Senior Technical Consultant for Ellucian and Sun Guard Higher Education.  During this time Joe provided consulting services to over 150 schools in the areas of Banner Student, Advancement and Self Service.   Prior to his time at Ellucian Joe spent 10 years as a Senior Project Analyst at the University of Vermont.

Some of you may also know Joe from his time here at Middlebury.  As an Ellucian employee Joe participated as a consultant and programmer to guide Middlebury’s original implementation of the Banner Student module.

Please take an opportunity to say hello and introduce yourselves to Joe.  We’re very excited to have Joe on our team and look forward to the benefits of the vast experience he brings to our organization.

INTERVIEW WORKSHOP TOMORROW! Get ready for your interview and learn all the necessary tips in one session!

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Interested in attending a conference focused on adjusting to post undergraduate life? The Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility is organizing an event just for you!

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Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) will be hosting a conference at Green Mountain College on Friday, April 10th for college students wondering about life after college and making an impact in the world. College students today want to engage in meaningful work that will bring about positive change in the world.  At the same […]

Want to learn more about conservation biology and potential opportunities to work in fields relating to natural resources and biological sciences? Come to this info session with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service!

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   The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) would like to engage Middlebury College students to be aware of Fish and Wildlife Service internships and full-time work opportunities in the natural resources, biological sciences and related fields associated with managing a national conservation agency.  We can also help train students to effectively navigate USAJobs, the […]

Human Rights Studies Online (trial ends March 20, 2015)

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Through March 20th, students, faculty, and staff affiliated with both Middlebury College and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey will have trial access to a Human Rights Studies Online – a research and learning database providing comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide from 1900 to 2010. This collection includes primary and secondary materials in multiple media types.HRSOLook it over and let us know what you think! Email your feedback to eaccess-admin@middlebury.edu or your liaison.

If there’s something you’d like the library to explore or purchase, let us know at go/requests.