Middlebury Institute students are among the winners of several highly competitive fellowships and scholarships for 2017.
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This page aims to help people who have just begun using Trados 2015. Trados is the #1 CAT Tools (Computer Assisted Tools) used in the translation/localization industry. A growing number of companies are using CAT tools to translate becau…
Celebrating the rich international culture of Monterey, the third annual Language Capital of the World Cultural Festival featured faculty, staff and students from the Middlebury Institute.
High school students from the U.S., Russia and Japan gathered for an annual conference on nuclear nonproliferation sponsored by the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
If you have any art project that you would like to share with Committee on Art in Public Places (CAPP) or want to organize an art exhibition on campus, please submit Arts Project Proposal. For more details click here.
Sarah Terherst completed DPMI Plus in the Spring of 2017. She is currently working as the Field Program Coordinator for the Resilience and Economic Growth in the Sahel – Accelerated Growth projected based in Niamey, Niger. I’m one of those weirdos whose known what they wanted to do for a long time. I wanted to work […]
Lama Ranjous says being a student at the Middlebury Institute has helped her gain a better understanding of the conflict in her homeland of Syria and focused her dreams for the future.