Register with GoVermont for All of Your Ridesharing Needs!

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The College’s Environmental Council has been researching ridesharing programs to help meet the transportation needs of our staff, faculty, and students in order to help save commuters money, offer more choice for those… Read More

Curricular Technology Workshops

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The Curricular Technology (CT) team will be organizing workshops this summer on new technologies for teaching, learning and research including the new Course Hub and the Moodle learning management system (LMS).  The first series of these workshops will be offered … Continue reading

NEH Summer Stipend Deadline is July 29

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Dear Colleagues, Middlebury may nominate two members of the faculty for the annual competition for Summer Stipends sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Each stipend provides $6,000 for two consecutive months… Read More

College Presents 2011 Staff Recognition Awards

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A good crowd was on hand Friday, June 10, at the Juice Bar in McCullough for this year’s Staff Recognition Awards ceremony. The recipients for 2011 were Harold “Butch” Atkins, Eric R. Leno,… Read More

Anne Knowles (Geography) Receives Two Grants

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Anne Knowles (Geography) has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend to support her work on a book titled Holocaust Geographies. This book is the culmination of an international, multi-disciplinary collaboration… Read More

Introduction to Drupal Workshop Offered June 16

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In response to a number of requests, we are offering an “Introduction to Drupal” workshop on Thursday, June 16 from 1-2:30 p.m. Now is your chance to learn the basics of managing a department… Read More

‘The Tassel’ by Gary Margolis

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It’s the last thing I look for this graduation morning, as I rush to get out the door and drive to campus. Those gold threads, to loop around the button on my mortar… Read More

EFAP Offers Resources to Help Create A Will

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A will is often one of those things that we keep putting off either because it seems complicated, we don’t know where to start, or maybe we just don’t want to think about… Read More

Public Night at College Observatory, June 15

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The Physics Department at Middlebury College will sponsor the first “open house” night of the summer season on Wednesday evening, June 15, at the College Observatory, located atop McCardell-Bicentennial Hall. The observatory will… Read More

Leticia Arroyo Abad: Summer Fellowship

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Leticia Arroyo Abad (Economics & IPE) was awarded the Department of Education Summer Library Research Fellowship in Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. This grant will allow her to continue her… Read More

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