Tag Archives: Midd Points

Midd/MIIS Travelers

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

From Midd to MIIS From MIIS to Midd
Molly Anderson, Food Studies

Mar 21-April 3

Shirley Coly, Development

March 29-31

Danielle Rougeau, Library

Mar 21-22

Susan Baldridge, Provost

Mar 27-31

Orion Lewis, Political Science

March

Pam Berenbaum, Sociology/Anthropology

Mar 29- April 4

Kathy Foley, ISSS

April 24-28

Retirement Transitions

 

 

 

 

Individuals who end employment after having worked for Middlebury in a benefits-eligible status for a minimum of ten years past the age of forty-five qualify as “Middlebury Retirees”.

 

Name Type Retirement Date Department
Wayne Darling Staff 3/10/2017 Public Safety
Charles Conway Staff 3/2/2017 Information Technology Services
Marilyn Dragon Staff 2/24/2017 Facilities Services
Norman Metcalfe Staff 2/23/2017 Information Technology Services (MIIS)
David Groshans Staff 2/14/2017 Facilities Services
Amy Sands Staff 12/31/2016 Research Centers and Initiatives (MIIS)

 

CIGNA ONE-ON-ONE MEETINGS IN MIDDLEBURY

cigna

Representatives from Cigna will continue to visit the Middlebury campus several more times in March through April, 2017. On-site visits are reserved for private, one-one-one meetings between employees and a Cigna representative.  If you have a question about your medical or dental benefits, please make an appointment to speak with our local representative at:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e4cadac2babf49-cigna3

Community Friends seeks area participants

Community Friends, now in its 57th year, pairs children who attend Addison County schools (ages 6-12) with Middlebury College students in one-on-one mentoring relationships. Big brother and big sister pairs are matched based on factors like shared gender identity, interests, age, and transportation availability.

Optionally, mentees and mentors can select to be a part of Manos Unidas, a new wing of Community Friends in partnership with Juntos, a Middlebury College migrant farmworker-student solidarity organization. Manos Unidas matches children and mentors who identify as Latinx and/or Hispanic and would like to engage in mentoring relationships that celebrate and explore shared culture and identity.

All Community Friends and Manos Unidas pairs meet weekly during the academic year to spend time on campus. They might also go for a walk on the TAM, swim in the college pool, or share a meal. All participants also have the opportunity to attend monthly group events, like our annual pool party, an ice-cream making event, and an outdoor field day.

To sign up your child, please complete the Mentee Referral Form available at www.go.middlebury.edu/cf or speak with your child’s school guidance counselor about being referred. Please direct questions to Megan Brakeley at the Center for Community Engagement, mbrakeley@middlebury.edu or the student organization email: comfriends@middlebury.edu.

Please note: it may take a month or more to find the right match. At this time, we have an abundance of female-identifying mentors and no male mentors.

Middlebury School of the Environment Announces a Week in DC

Did you know that your college-age son or daughter could attend the Middlebury School of the Environment this summer and earn 9 credit hours? Students enrolling in the session (June 23 to August 4, 2017) will spend five weeks on the Middlebury campus in Vermont and one week in Washington, D.C., partnering with Planet Forward.

The School of the Environment offers an introductory and advanced track, and students will take three integrated courses and participate in leadership training. An emphasis will be on linking skills associated with leadership and innovative problem-solving with a solid grounding in the principles and concepts of environmental studies.

Generous, need-based grants are available, and local students can live at home during the five weeks the School is operating in Vermont. See dates/fees information.

Contact Stephen Trombulak, Director, if you have questions at trombula@middlebury.edu.  Visit the School of the Environment Blog for updates and information and the website for application information.

Midd/MIIS Travelers

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

From Midd to MIIS
John Elder, Env. Studies

Mar 4-11

Sheila Cameron, Provost’s Office

Mar 7-16

Chris Spencer, Communications and Marketing

Mar 13-18

Demetrius Borge, Communications and Marketing

Mar 13-18

Molly Anderson, Food Studies

Mar 21-April 3

Danielle Rougeau, Library

Mar 21-22

Susan Baldridge, Provost

Mar 27-31

Pam Berenbaum, Sociology/Anthropology

Mar 29- April 4

Orion Lewis, Political Science

March

Kathy Foley, ISSS

April 24-28

 

CIGNA ONE-ON-ONE MEETINGS IN MIDDLEBURY

cigna

Representatives from Cigna will continue to visit the Middlebury campus several more times in March through April, 2017. On-site visits are reserved for private, one-one-one meetings between employees and a Cigna representative.  If you have a question about your medical or dental benefits, please make an appointment to speak with our local representative at:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e4cadac2babf49-cigna3