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A team of four Middlebury Institute students recently participated in an international cyber competition hosted by the Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C.
Experts from the Middlebury Institute and its James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have been widely featured in recent national and international coverage of North Korea.
A trio of California state officials addressed a range of critical policy issues at an April 13 discussion panel hosted by the Middlebury Institute’s Center for the Blue Economy.
Fair Trade USA recently recognized the Middlebury Institute of International Studies as the first graduate school in the nation to be designated as a Fair Trade University.
Two Middlebury Institute students transformed a report on how to promote international education opportunities to high school students into a real life field trip.
A two-day celebration of Middlebury’s Fund for Innovation showcased initiatives ranging from tandem language learning to a lecture series on embodied intelligence.
Middlebury Institute student Christina Lukeman has been awarded the Projects for Peace fellowship and $10,000 to build a business literacy program in Cambodia.
Middlebury Institute professors Ed Laurance (April 4) and Sandra Dow (April 11) will be the featured speakers in the Grover M. Hermann Lecture Series.
Middlebury Institute alumnus and counterterrorism expert Clint Watts testified before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on March 30 regarding Russian efforts to influence the U.S. presidential election.
Initiatives to increase recycling and reduce electricity usage are among the tactics of the Middlebury Institute’s Sustainability Council has used to reduce the school’s carbon footprint.