Carnegie Corporation of New York awarded the Middlebury Institute’s Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies and Center for Nonproliferation Studies $1.8 million over two years to support innovative programming for students.
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Four new videos highlight the Middlebury Institute’s emphasis on pairing policy and management expertise with strong language and intercultural skills.
Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet and Congressman Sam Farr joined Middlebury Institute students, faculty, staff and alumni at a September 19 breakfast celebrating the two institutions’ long history of shared values.
Creating a more contemplative culture is the topic of a symposium that will take place Sept. 22-23 at the Middlebury Institute as part of the annual Clifford Symposium.
“I have realized that my lens for perceiving the world is smaller than I would like it to be,” shares Middlebury Institute student Celina Lima, a participant with other students, faculty and staff in a series of candid conversations on race facilitated by Allies at MIIS.
Experts at the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation provided extensive analysis and commentary to national and international media on the latest missile test by North Korea—around the same time they were hit with a cyber-attack.
“You cannot force the Russians to do anything,” veteran Russian journalist Vladimir Pozner told a packed Irvine Auditorium crowd of students, faculty, staff and community members.
The new class of Middlebury Institute Dean’s Fellows includes students from around the world who are passionate about the environment, education, security, intercultural communication and social change, reflecting a commitment to the mission of the Institute.
Creating an e-portfolio is a great way to showcase your past and present work, as well as build your professional web presence. You may wonder why you should bother putting your information in an online portfolio. For one, résumés are boring. No pictures, no videos, no flair, and very little personality. On a website, you can link […]
Middlebury Institute student April Danyluk has lived, work and traveled all over the world yet remains centered and grounded; she recently shared what she’s learned along the way with the Communiqué.
Black wellness matters. Black joy matters. Black pain matters. Black healing matters. BLACK LIVES MATTER.
I heard a joke the other day, and it started with something like that. This joke was funny to me, not because the punchline was perfectly timed and delivered with just right amount of dryness, but because this initial statement perfectly reflected the challenges we as Arctic researchers have been facing over the summer. In […]
The annual fall Student Community Resource Fair at the Middlebury Institute offered students the opportunity to connect with dozens of local organizations and businesses offering both services and potential job opportunities.
“When you’re looking up there, do you know how to tell a planet from a star?” While walking under amber streetlights, a friend noticed me staring overhead. I said that I didn’t know constellations; I meant to learn but they escaped me. With a broad gesture and the easy grace of a performer, he took me […]
That was the fastest and busiest summer I’ve ever had. Van life was a whirlwind that consisted of waking up each morning, jumping in the ocean, getting coffee, and then working for 12+ hours each day trying to balance developing our prototype, refining and practicing our pitch, meeting with everyone we possibly could, and working […]