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A group of four Middlebury Institute MBA students will compete against teams from McGill and York in the final stage of a large international business competition at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
To fulfill practicum requirements, some Middlebury Institute students choose to pursue long-term customized research projects, which may range from creating a non-profit organization in West Africa to improving South Korea’s foreign aid programs.
The Middlebury Institute received more than twice its goal for gifts in its first year of participation in the international “Giving Tuesday” philanthropic event.
Middlebury President Laurie Patton issued a statement on undocumented students that outlined the institution's principles in this area and new steps it is taking.
Longtime Institute supporters Tom and Sarah Pattison were among those honored at the recent Philanthropy Day celebration in Pebble Beach.
Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak spoke with an invited audience of Middlebury Institute students, faculty and staff on November 12.
Students from the Middlebury Institute’s translation and interpretation programs hosted a series of multilingual discussions about the concept of “Home,” including migration and homelessness, at the annual Fall Forum.
International Policy and Management Dean Kent Glenzer helped create a new advocacy tool that measures individual nations’ global citizenship in categories such as human rights, good governance and poverty reduction.
A Veterans Day event celebrated the military service of Middlebury Institute students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends with a barbeque and open house for the new Veterans Center.
The Middlebury Institute’s Student Council hosted a campus community gathering late Wednesday afternoon for a thoughtful conversation about the outcome of the presidential election.