Midd/MIIS Travelers

The following employees have reported upcoming travel between Midd and MIIS:

From Midd to MIIS From MIIS to Midd
Mike Roy, Dean of the Library

Oct 17-18

Shirley Coly, Office of Advancement

Oct 18-20

Joseph Antonioli, Library

October 21-27

Beryl Levinger, GSIPM_DPP

Oct 25-28; Nov 13-17

Pam Berenbaum, Sociology/Anthropology

Oct 22-25

Jeffrey Dayton-Johnson, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Institute

Oct 19-20

ICC retreat group

•             Heike Fahrenberg – SA- Germany

•             Sanae Eda – SA – Japan

•             Kerstin Wilsch – SA – Jordan

•             Roman Graf – College- German

•             Catharine Wright – College – Writing Program

•             Sahie Kang – Director, Korean LS

•             Per Urlaub – LS Assoc Dean

•             Adela Langrock – Assessment & IR
Oct 19-23

Kent Glenzer, GSIPM

Oct 19-20

Sarah Stroup, Political Science
Oct 23-27
Leah Gowron, Alumni Relations

Oct 26-30

Pam Berenbaum, Sociology/Anthropology

Oct 22-25

Melissa Sorenson, Digital Learning Commons

November

Sheila Cameron, Office of the Provost

Oct 30-Nov 3

Bill McKibben, Environmental Studies
Oct 31-Nov 4
Sue Halpern, English & American Literatures
Oct 31-Nov 4

Tuck Bridge program on campus Oct 26

Tuck Business Bridge, held at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, is a total immersion business program designed to prepare top liberal arts and science undergrads for challenging careers. With a comprehensive business core curriculum, taught by the Tuck School of Business’s top-ranked MBA faculty, a capstone team project, and one-on-one guidance from the Tuck’s Career Development Office, The Tuck Business Bridge Program® can give you the skills and confidence you’ll need to get a job and succeed. All in just 4 weeks this summer.

Join us!  Tuesday, October 26 from 6-7 pm in Axinn 219

Featured Consulting Employers

Here are a few firms that I have interacted with recently.  Keep a look out in Handshake, they might be posting soon!

Quatt Associates

Quatt Associates is a management consulting company based in Washington, D.C. with an expertise in executive and staff compensation. We work almost exclusively in the not-for-profit market.

BCE Consulting

BCE is a management consulting firm supporting clients on key strategic and tactical issues. Our core competency is in providing highly customized market research and analysis to drive client profitability and revenue growth.

Anchor Research

Anchor Research provides contract research and project management services to management consulting firms. Our core competencies are in providing market-based primary research, open source data collection, client management, and project management.

Arts Consulting Group

ACG is the leading provider of hands-on interim management, executive search, revenue enhancement, facilities & program planning, and organizational development services for the arts and culture industry.

Marlin Hawk

Marlin Hawk is a boutique leadership advisory and executive search firm. We discover the ‘leaders of tomorrow’ who propel our clients beyond the competition and we help build the environment in which they succeed.

 

 

32 Public Policy Fellowships in Washington, D.C.

The capital of the United States is a hub of opportunity for those wishing to make a lasting social impact. Washington, D.C. is an excellent city with many government-related resources available for academics and professionals that want to intern, work, or even just attend a short seminar on public policy. Fellowship opportunities in Washington, D.C. abound for students, graduates, and working professionals from all academic backgrounds. Check out these 32 unique fellowships in public policy in Washington, D.C. and be sure to bookmark these opportunities to your ProFellow account!

https://www.profellow.com/fellowships/32-public-policy-fellowships-in-washington-d-c/

 

Alumni Career Conversation: life in DC and work in nonprofits and policy

Join Tarsi Dunlop ’09, Political Science major, for a candid and informal conversation about her life and work in DC.

Friday, October 27

12:30 pm in ADK Library (CCI)

Lunch included!

Here is more about Tarsi.  Come with your questions, all class years and majors welcome.

Tarsi Dunlop is a nonprofit leader, committed to building progressive capacity and infrastructure, Millennial leadership and education equity and access. She is currently the Program and Membership Associate for Local Progress at the Center for Popular Democracy. Prior to that, she served as the Program and Operations Manager at the Learning First Alliance (LFA), a national partnership of education associations committed to strengthening public schools for all children. Her writing has been featured in outlets including the Washington Post, National Priorities Project, and the Next New Deal. She serves as a national board advisory member for Forge Columbus (a civic innovation hub in Columbus, OH) and as part of the Emerging Leaders Group for the Franklin Project at the Aspen Institute.. Prior to LFA, Tarsi was the Director of Operations and Communications at the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network – the nation’s first student policy organization. She remains an active alumni, editing student policy ideas and serving as a steering committee member to help build up the organization’s alumni network.

Careers in Law Symposium October 27

Along with Professor Dry and 4 panelists, join us the Friday of Homecoming weekend, Oct 27 at 4 pm in Hillcrest 103

Attend and learn from these distinguished guests.  All majors and class years welcome!

Jose Lopez, Midd, 1973, Suffolk University Law School 1977; Associate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia

Tom Knox, Midd, 1984; University of Michigan Law School 1987; Partner and Global Co-Chair of Corporate Dept. Morrison Foerster, D.C.

Antoinette Rangel Midd, 2009, Georgetown Law Center 2016; Associate, O’Melveny and Myers, New York, NY

Hannah Ross, Yale College 1994, Harvard Law School 1999; General Counsel, Middlebury College