New composting bins and compostable food-ware offered by the Middlebury Institute’s cafe vendor will move the campus closer to its goal of carbon neutrality.
The first-ever Middlebury Institute Community Career Fair connected students with 25 local organizations offering employment and internship opportunities.
GSIPM students now view initial information on international programs and special trainings offered in January and over Spring Break at http://go.miis.edu/practica. January Off-Site Program Locations: -Cuba -Peru -Colombia -Egypt -Rwanda -France -Czech Republic January On-Campus Trainings and Courses: -DPMI–International Development and Social Change -FMS—Social Enterprise Management and Impact Investing -Note: Additional courses including many 1-unit […]
Professor Avner Cohen’s report on nuclear regulation and oversight in liberal democracies was a factor in historic Israeli Supreme Court case.
A pair of speaker series will bring environmental leaders including Bill McKibben, Sally Yozell and John Laird to the Middlebury Institute for public lectures this fall.
President Laurie Patton reaffirmed Middlebury’s commitment to supporting undocumented students in a September 1 letter to the community.
Three recent graduates of the Middlebury Institute were chosen out of 600 applicants to serve as Catholic Relief Services Fellows in the Philippines, Malawi and Liberia. The fellowships offer paths to permanent positions.
Professors Yuwei Shi and Sandra Dow of the Middlebury Institute co-authored a paper that won the Academy of Management’s award for Best Paper in Management Education and Development.
This summer Middlebury Institute student Lama Ranjous served on the advisory council supporting the UN’s Report on Youth, Peace and Security.
Tuesday’s orientation breakfast at the Middlebury Institute featured a ceremony with flags of the 30 different countries represented in the incoming class.