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In its twentieth year, the Middlebury Insitute’s CNS Summer Nonproliferation internship program once again offered highly qualified undergraduates a unique opportunity for training in the field of disarmament.
The Middlebury Institute this week welcomed 147 students from 33 states and 14 countries for the eight-week Summer Intensive Language Program (SILP).
Middlebury Institute student Tangut Degfay shares her story from a remote village in Ethiopia to Monterey with important stops along the way in Norway, Vermont and Japan, and the transformative role education has played in her life.
President Laurie Patton joined fellow college presidents, business leaders, and government officials in reinforcing a commitment to combat climate change.
Middlebury Institute Professor Avner Cohen sheds new light on the nuclear dimension of the six-day 1967 war that transformed the Middle East fifty years ago.
Middlebury Institute professor Philipp Bleek chronicles nuclear weapons proliferation choices throughout the nuclear age in new discussion paper, the first joint Institute-Harvard University publication.
“Beasts entered my city and everything collapsed,” says Middlebury Institute alumnus Adnan Al-Hammody MASTEOL ’13 of his hometown of Mosul, Iraq. “Yet I remain hopeful.”
Four Middlebury Institute alumni were honored for outstanding achievements and citizenship at Spring Commencement on May 20.
The Middlebury Board of Trustees convened its annual meeting May 12-13 to consider the annual budget for FY2018 and hear reports from committees, including the boards of overseers for the College, the Institute, and the Schools.