Mittelman Observatory is happy to announce the next edition of the Mittelman Astronomy Lecture Series. This aperiodic series will involve occasional astronomy and astronomy-related talks that will often be broad and interdisciplinary in… Read More
June is Men’s Health Month so let’s use this opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of male health and encourage men to live longer and healthier lives. Friday, June 18th is Wear… Read More
June is LGBTQ month. The Middlebury Library has a dedicated LGBTQ+ Research Guide to get you started. Want to watch a film? Kanopy, our streaming service, has highlighted 20+ LGBTQ videos to celebrate Pride month. In addition, the Library of Congress…
You know about “Pomp and Circumstance”, diplomas, caps, and gowns, but how about pipe smoking and cane ceremonies? We’re sharing our favorite Middlebury Commencement traditions in honor of this weekend’s graduation ceremonies and the Class of 2021….
The theme for this year’s Staff Picks is anti-racism, and in this post, Lydia Gentry, Borrowing Service Manager, William Tell Coleman Library (MIIS), writes about “Algorithms of Oppression” by Safiya Umoja Noble.We are reviewing items in our collectio…
You’re probably looking forward to summer break. Have you thought about the reading you’ll want to do while you’re away?
Stepping Up to Stepping Strong Challenge: We are moving into the last two weeks of the Stepping Up challenge and the GMHEC team is going strong. We are currently in third place out… Read More
Middlebury College’s Center for Community Engagement (CCE) has created a new website that aims to boost collaboration between organizations with ties to their local communities and faculty and their students. The site—Middlebury Liberal… Read More
Faculty Appreciation AwardThe Marjorie Lamberti Faculty Appreciation Award is given annually to a Middlebury College faculty member who, following the example set by Professor Lamberti, demonstrates excellence in and dedication to teaching. The… Read More
During Summer Term, the libraries are open to faculty and staff, and to students who are approved for on-campus activities. Physical distancing and face coverings are required.