Staff Picks: “They Called Me Number One” by Bev Sellars

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November is Native American Heritage Month and in this post, Brenda Ellis, Senior Research & Instruction Librarian, writes about “They Called Me Number One,” a memoir by Xatśūll Chief Bev Sellars.
 

Supporting Students Workshop Series

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Director of Health & Wellness Education, Madeline Hope is offering the workshop series, Supporting Students through Challenges for Middlebury College staff and faculty. This 4-week, 75 minute, workshop series will help participants to… Read More

MSA Live! | December 14th Webinar

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MSA Live! | Estate Planning: Financial Basics December 14, 2021 | 9:00 AM (PT) & 12:00 PM (PT) | Register here Many of us know we should have an estate plan, but we don’t know how to… Read More

TIAA Live Webinars for December

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Board of Trustees Approves English Language School, Makes School of Abenaki Permanent, and Supports Plans for School in Puerto Rico

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MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – The Middlebury Board of Trustees approved several new programs and initiatives—an English Language School at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, a School of Abenaki, a new master’s program in… Read More

Continuing Education Fund has been Reinstated and Extended to MIIS

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Middlebury recognizes the importance of fostering learning and development opportunities for all members of our community and is pleased to announce that the Continuing Education Fund has been fully reinstated effective immediately and… Read More

What’s on Tap for Well-Being… Weeks of 11/22 and 11/29

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The more you practice the art of thankfulness, the more you have to be thankful for. – Norman Vincent Peale Seeking volunteers!  GMHEC will be holding well-being fairs on each of our college… Read More

Staff Picks: “The Only Good Indians” by Stephen Graham Jones

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This month is Native American Heritage Month and in this post, Kat Cyr, an Interlibrary Loan Associate, writes about “The Only Good Indians,” a revenge / horror novel by Stephen Graham Jones.
 

Native American Heritage Month

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In conjunction with the Anderson Freeman Center, Middlebury Libraries have put together a physical and digital display showcasing a number of resources by and about Native Americans. These works include fiction, non-fiction, plays, film, and music. For…

Annual ISO Show

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Join us to see our talented students present an event that showcases a variety of performances from around the world.

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