Category Archive: Midd Points

Welcome Shannon Lyford!

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Hello! My name is Shannon Lyford (she/her/hers), and I am very excited to join the Middlebury College community as the Assistant Director of Youth & Education Partnerships in the Center for Community Engagement.… Read More

Part-Time Positions Available in Dining

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Do you or someone you know (perhaps a bored teen) have too much time on their hands? Interested in making some extra money? Dining Services are hiring for a number of part-time and… Read More

Welcome Tiffany Wilbur!

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Tiffany Wilbur Is the Dance & Writing Rhetoric’s Academic Coordinator. Prior to joining Middlebury College, Tiffany earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. With this degree, she decided to work in the education field.… Read More

Upcoming TIAA Live Webinars

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What’s on Tap for Well-Being… Weeks of September 27th and October 4th

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Incredible change happens in your life when you decide to take control of what you do have power over instead of craving control over what you don’t. – Steve Maraboli GMHEC is currently… Read More

Upcoming Financial Webinars from My Secure Advantage

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MSA Live! | Planning for College 101 October 12, 2021 | 9:00 AM (PT) & 12:00 PM (PT) | Register here The costs of attending college continue to increase, so planning is imperative. This class will… Read More

Upcoming Flu Vaccination Clinics

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It’s likely that flu viruses and the virus that causes COVID-19 will both spread this fall and winter. Healthcare systems could be overwhelmed treating both patients with flu and patients with COVID-19. This means getting a flu vaccine during… Read More

4 Library Hacks Every College Student Should Take Advantage Of

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Middlebury’s Carrie Macfarlane recently published advice to new college students about how to make the most of their library.

MiddLab Coffee Break: Information Security

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Our September MiddLab Coffee Break will be focused on the topic of Information Security. The discussion will be facilitated by Ian McBride (ITS), Jonathan Kemp (Sciences Technology Support Services), Chris Norris (ITS), and Pete Johnson (Computer Scien…

Middlebury Libraries to replace problematic subject headings: A Reparative Cataloging Project update

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The Middlebury Libraries’ Reparative Cataloging Project seeks to address catalog records that are historically inaccurate, offensive, discriminatory, or harmful. Earlier this year, we replaced the “illegal aliens” subject heading with “undocumented imm…

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