- Drupal entity 7.x-1.8
- Drupal entityreference 7.x-1.2
- Drupal views_data_export 7.x-3.0 and 7.x-3.1
- WordPress Hueman theme 3.2.4
- WordPress WPtouch 4.2.6
Fixes and Tweaks
- The Bread Loaf School of English site has a new header.
- Fixed an issue that was preventing the group permissions dialog from working on Drupal Webform “who can view data submitted to this form” screens.
- ESL courses in the MIIS Course Hub now show links to the class roster and properly sync their rosters to linked Canvas sites.
- The Library & ITS Internal blog will now show syndicated posts locally so that in-site navigation doesn’t bump you out to an external site. The bottom of each syndicated post will have a link labelled “Read more and comment” for those who wish to view the content at its source.
- Removed 2016 and added 2019 as enrollment year options on the LS and MSOE inquiry forms.
- MiddSTART now displays the total amount donated to the project, rather than the amount remaining to reach the goal.
- The Middlebury and MIIS GO sites now use the Google Tag Manager, rather than the Google Analytics code.
- We removed the Drupal Google Analytics module, which is no longer in use on any of our sites.
Now available at the Davis Family Library for Middlebury students, faculty and staff! Make your own reservations for group studies and video viewing rooms. It’s easy to see pre-existing reservations, pick a time, and even cancel if necessary — all online.
View policies and make reservations at:
- go.middlebury.edu/libgroupstudy: Group studies on lower level
- go.middlebury.edu/libvideoroom: Video viewing rooms on main level
(The group studies on the upper level of the Davis Family Library remain available on a first-come, first-served basis.)
Self-service room scheduling is available as a pilot through January 2017. Please share your feedback: http://go.middlebury.edu/libsuggestions.
Do you have an innovative project or idea? Then come to the Fund for Innovation (FFI) information session Friday, September 30th from 12:15pm-1:30pm in Axinn 229!
The FFI seeks to fund the unconventional and experimental, and projects must somehow tie back into the Middlebury experience. You can find out more about the FFI’s background, mission, and various funded projects on our website: go.middlebury.edu/ffi
At the 2016 Fall Dinner hosted by Vermont Women in Higher Education (VWHE) on October 11, 2o16 at St. Michael’s College, Naila Baloch, Associate Chaplain and Muslim Advisor at Middlebury College’s Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life, will be the keynote speaker. Naila brings to her work a focus on building strong, inclusive communities, and in her role she facilitates Islamic and interfaith programming and retreats and also advises the Islamic Society of Middlebury College. Naila earned her bachelor’s degree from Williams College, where she studied astrophysics and comparative religion; her master’s in theological studies from Harvard Divinity School, where she specialized in Islamic ministry; and a graduate certificate from the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism in Pope Valley, California, where her focus was on counseling from a spiritual perspective. She started her training at Harvard Divinity School as their first female, Muslim ministry student to prepare for positions of religious service. In 2015, Naila received the Carol A. Moore Scholarship from Vermont Women in Higher Education to continue her training in mental health counseling at the University of Massachusetts. Congratulations Naila!
At the 2016 Fall Dinner hosted by Vermont Women in Higher Education (VWHE) on October 11, 2o16 at St. Michael’s College, you can enjoy a great meal, catch up with colleagues from across the state, celebrate the three 2016 VWHE award winners, and hear from keynote speaker Naila Baloch, Associate Chaplain and Muslim Advisor at Middlebury College’s Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life. This year’s theme is Strong Women, Strong World.
Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Time: 4:30 – 7:00 pm
Location and Parking: St. Michael’s College, Dion Family Student Center (third floor – Roy Event Room). Parking is located at the Ross Sports Center.
Cost: $40 register here
Details: The evening will include networking from 4:30 – 5:30 pm with a cash bar and appetizers, followed by the keynote address and a buffet dinner at 5:30 pm with meat, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free options, as well as coffee, tea and dessert. 2016 VWHE award winners will be recognized at 6:45 pm.