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Taxes. The dreaded time is upon us. Before you moan and groan, read a few quick tips. We’ve got insight that will make the tax season a bit easier.
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In this post, we’ll introduce you to a new member of the Middlebury College staff. Please join us as we welcome Alex to campus!
Alex Brauer will be working as the SEVIS & International Services Specialist for International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS). He came from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he worked as an Administrative Assistant and Designated School Official for the Intensive English Program and Center for International Education. Alex received his B.A. in International Studies at Northern Kentucky University and his M.A. in International Studies/Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming. In his free time, Alex enjoys hiking, playing soccer and tennis, and attempting to play the drums and guitar. Alex tell us: “I am very excited to have joined ISSS at Middlebury and look forward to exploring the area.”
Nukhet Kardam, professor of Development Practice and Policy at the Middlebury Institute, and Andrea Olsen, Middlebury professor of Dance “on loan” to the Institute for the spring semester, have collaborated to offer a series of lectures and workshops connected to the Sprintensive theme of “social change for social justice.” Andrea and Nukhet are team-teaching a Sprintensive course on Communicating in a Changing World. The first lecture in the series, on February 17, features Middlebury’s Associate Provost for Digital Learning, Amy Collier who will speak about “Embodiment and the Digital: Constructing and Deconstructing the Body,” reflecting on the role of body intelligence when communicating in virtual space, amplifying the ways we can use technology to enhance social change rather than diminish exploration and creativity. The series is funded by a grant from the Fund for Innovation.
February 28 is the deadline for faculty to submit proposals for One Middlebury grants.
These grants enable faculty from all Middlebury Programs (the College, the Institute, and the Schools) to engage in collaborative curricular, co-curricular, and scholarly endeavors with colleagues in other programs.
The Institute was honored to host the January meeting of the Middlebury Board of Trustees on its Monterey campus. For some Trustees, as well as some of the Overseers for the Schools and the College, this was their first visit to the Institute. Faculty, staff, and students offered a number of presentations designed to familiarize the Board with the Institute’s programs and community and demonstrate its connections to other Middlebury programs.
A team of four Middlebury Institute students won the international Business for a Better World Case Competition at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January.
This year’s challenge was to design a global equity portfolio that advances the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals while also maximizing returns.
The MIIS team triumphed finalist teams from McGill University and York University, taking home $6,000 and a crystal trophy.