Special Collections Closed for Spring Break

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Just a reminder that Special Collections will be closed this week from today, Monday, March 28, through next Sunday evening, April 3, 2011. We will reopen for regular hours next Monday, April 4,… Read More

Science Camp for Elementary School Students

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K-6th elementary students are invited to sample age appropriate science investigations designed and facilitated by the students in EDST0315, Teaching Elementary Mathematics and Science (Instructor, Gregg Humphrey). The dates are Tuesday, April 26,… Read More

For Students, Staff & Faculty: Lynda Online Learning Trial Ends March 30

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Don’t miss the chance to try out this highly-acclaimed web-based instruction, courtesy of the LIS education and training team.  Learn new software and device skills easily and enjoyably by watching 2-3 minute videos… Read More

Registrar’s Office is Moving

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The Registrar’s Office will be temporarily relocating to Munroe 403 (Munroe Lecture Hall) on April 1. We will be located in Munroe from April and through the end of the summer. We look… Read More

Announcing the Course Hub

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LIS is pleased to introduce an innovation in course management for both students and faculty: The Course Hub.  The Hub provides easy tools for faculty to upload a syllabus, link to a course… Read More

Redfield Closed 3/28-4/1

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Redfield will be closed from March 28th until April 1st. We will return to service on April 4th. Enjoy the week.

Middlebury reaccreditation draft self study available for review

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To the Middlebury Community, As you may know, Middlebury is undergoing its scheduled reaccreditation review this year.   As part of this process we have conducted a thorough review of the College, including all… Read More

Staff Recognition Awards nominations now open

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Nominations for the 2011 Staff Recognition Awards are now open. These awards have been endowed through the generosity of Rudolph K. Haerle, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Sociology, who wished through his gift to… Read More

News and Stories from the Communications Office

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Here are some recent offerings from the Communications Office: Masculinity in sports: A revealing new exhibit at the Museum of Art http://sites.middlebury.edu/middmag/2011/03/03/mixed-signals-artists-consider-masculinity-in-sports/ Turbo speak, or how to learn a year of German in… Read More

Healthy Lifestyles Program

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Dear Colleagues, Many of you have expressed an interest in gaining more balance in your lives, and have asked for programs that will assist you as you make positive changes.  The Optimal Health… Read More

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