A team of physicists including the Middlebury Institute’s Dr. Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress was awarded the Breakthrough Prize for the same neutrino research that recently won them a Nobel Prize.
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Human rights activist, poet, former Black Panther and political prisoner Ericka Huggins gave an inspirational and interactive keynote address to kick off the Middlebury Institute’s Center for Conflict Studies fourth annual conference.
Middlebury Institute student Sarah Bidgood is building a strong network of future colleagues in the field of nuclear security through participation in unique bilateral programs made possible through the Institute’s Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies.
This spring, 27 student volunteers at the Middlebury Institute will test out an innovative, intensive approach to curriculum delivery as part of a new pilot project.
It was one of those days. I had just been at school from 7:30 AM until 6 PM, teaching, planning, talking to teachers, teaching teachers, organizing club meetings, figuring out what projects to do next….I was exhausted, and the only thing I could think of besides that tall glass of water I’d have when I … Continue reading The Power of Learning →
On Thursday, October 29th, the DLC brought team development consultant, Tritia Moneypenny to MIIS for a workshop on team building and communication. Tricia facilitated several hands-on activities designed to get participants thinking about how leadership, learning styles, and communication can contribute to greater team synergy. Activities included the ‘Story Rope’ exercise, which is a storytelling activity designed […]
Back by popular demand! Upgrade your LinkedIn and E-portfolios with a professional head shot by Taylor McCord. Open to all MIIS students, faculty and staff. Day, Time and Place Headshots are happening two days—November 12th from 12:00-2:00 pm & November 13th from 11:00-1:00 pm. They will be taken on the patio between the Lara Soto adobe and the […]
The Middlebury Institute is host to a large number of Fulbright students from around the world who make their mark on the campus culture with their enthusiasm and shared desire to use their education to have a positive impact in their home communities.
Last week a group of 7 students, led by Professor Patrick Cotter, went to London to attend the London Convention and London Protocol on ocean dumping of wastes and other matter at the UN’s International Maritime Organization(IMO) in London. Before leaving for the London Meeting students were asked prepare a position paper on the topics that […]
What: Story+Maps Brown Bag Lunch When: Tuesday, November 10 | 12:15pm-1:30pm Where: DLC Design Sp@ce Join Institute alumni Andy Stieglitz and Aaron Ebner, founders of the Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development (AASD) in Peru, for a brown bag lunch focusing on using new media approaches to communicating the reach of organizations. The informal event is a […]