Middlebury Institute Professor and International Education Management Program Chair Katherine Punteney was honored with the Service in International Education Award at the Association of International Educators (NAFSA) Region 12 Conference.
Two Middlebury Institute students are actively working to go beyond the headlines about North Korea to increase understanding about the country and the plight of its people.
Join us next Friday 11/17 for a workshop on using multimedia for your professional presentation!
During the first hour (2pm-3pm), we will walk you through “On-camera presentation skills” training such as…
Refer to the map to see space changes. DLC Learning Lab and Design Space remain in the same location.
Staff in the Digital Learning Commons have recently moved offices as part of a larger organizational restructuring that &hel…
The student-run Veterans Organization at the Middlebury Institute hosted a fundraiser Thursday night benefitting a charity that honors and commemorates service-members who died in the line of duty.
A greenhouse, a new “relaxation area,” and big plans for new plots and plants are all part of recent improvements to the Middlebury Institute’s student-run community garden.
Interpretation professionals considered changes in the industry—primarily movement toward mobile and online platforms—at a biennial conference convened by two Middlebury Institute alumni.
Hey everyone, Interested in learning some basics of audio editing? Come out on Tuesday afternoon to have a run-through with yours truly, Kyle! Here, we will go over how to record in Audacity, how to cut and edit audio sources, … Read the rest
Journalist and author Vladimir Pozner told his audience at the Middlebury Institute last week that the key to improved U.S.-Russia relations is to understand the latter’s language, history, and culture.
Students from a special translation and interpretation program for Chinese professionals at the Middlebury Institute participate in UN Day celebration in Monterey.