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The Middlebury Institute currently has 62 students enrolled through the Peace Corps Fellows and Peace Corps Masters International programs as part of its long partnership with the Corps.
Middlebury Institute experts were featured in coverage by the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Guardian (UK), CNN and others of North Korea’s nuclear program and the assassination of Kim Jong Nam.
Experts from the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies partnered with an organization founded by an Institute alumnus to offer nuclear security policy and practice training in Ghana.
Beginning March 1, the Middlebury Institute’s “WorldViews” speaker series will feature faculty experts exploring a range of critical world issues in the context of the Trump Administration’s first 100 days in office.
The President’s Course, convened by Laurie Patton, President of Middlebury, will explore scientific, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and literary dimensions of an increasingly fragile resource.
Consultants, practitioners and faculty shared insights and tips for integrating intercultural competence into career objectives at a February 14 event at the Middlebury Institute.
A memorial event for longtime Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages professor Leo van Lier brought together friends, alumni, colleagues and current students.
Students in the Middlebury Institute’s Translation and Localization Management degree program can now choose from three new specializations.
The executive order banning travel to the U.S. from seven nations had an immediate impact on the Middlebury Institute of International Studies’ extended campus community of students, faculty, staff and alumni.