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…
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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.
Story by Gina Pham, MPA, ’19 After 27 years, I’m finally grasping my own identity. Language has both confused and formed my identity over the years. Born in the US to Vietnamese refugees, I didn’t know English until I started pre-k. As a moldable kid, …
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.
Story taken from interview with Eiad, MBA & MA International Policy & Development, ’18; Written by K.Throgmorton Eiad talks about learning English almost by accident. While his father was teaching his sisters with textbooks and CD programs, Eia…
Patricia Berger – There is Something About Airplanes (German, Hungarian, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Hebrew)
Story taken from interview with Patricia, MA Translation & Interpretation, ’18; Written by K.Throgmorton Patricia has always been a traveller. She is someone who loves arriving in a new place and rises to the challenges of being in a new place, sur…
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
Full Article Published in Middlebury Magazine By Carolyn Kormann ’04 Photographs by Brett Simison OCTOBER 25, 2017 … OVER THE PAST HALF DECADE, in the Andes Mountains of southern Peru, two bearded Americans—a couple of Middlebury Institute graduates named Aaron Ebner MPA ’11, and Adam Stieglitz MPA ’11—have made the same harrowing trip hundreds of times. […]
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.