Presidential Search Begins

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In an email sent to students, faculty and staff at the College and the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) on April 16, Chair of[...]

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Old Chapel Restructures Roles

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Following the recent restructuring of the Board of Trustees, July 1 will mark a wide-sweeping change in faculty governance. These changes come at a pivotal[...]

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Trustees in Transition: The Unprecedented Overhaul of Middlebury’s Most Influential Board

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The restructuring of the Middlebury College Board of Trustees comes at a time when the Middlebury brand is expanding its reach. With the increasing number[...]

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Students Consider Presidential Search

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Students at the College have been considering the qualities they hoped for in the next president of the College, and also about the role of the student body in the selection process of the new president.

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Liebowitz to Step Down in 2015

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President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz will step down at the conclusion of the next academic year, effective June 30, 2015. He announced the decision in an email sent to students on Dec. 12.

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Middlebury, MIIS Open Office in DC

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In collaboration with the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS), the College has opened an office in Washington, D.C. According to a College press release,[...]

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Homophobic Incidents Prompt Official Response

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Recent incidents of homophobia on campus have prodded College administrators to unveil a number of planned initiatives earlier than originally intended. The ongoing goals and[...]

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Byerly To Become Lafayette President

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On July 1, 2013 Former Provost and Executive Vice President Alison Byerly will leave the College after 23 years of service to begin her term[...]

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Taskforce Aims to Improve Community

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On Oct. 22 Dean of Students Katy Smith Abbott sent an all-student email inviting students to participate in the new Community Working Group. In her[...]

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Trustees Seek Student Involvement

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Trustees of the College met on campus this past weekend to discuss and vote on various issues of governance, experiential learning and student life, among[...]

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College Revamps Campus Security

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President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz announced in an email last week the formation of the Threat Assessment and Management (TAM) team, a committee[...]

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College Acquires Boat, EMT Van

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The start of the academic year has brought two new and unexpected additions available for students — an ambulance and a boat — allowing pre-med,[...]

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Endowment Hit by Low Returns

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The College is seeking to diversify its traditional revenue sources in the wake of a drop in the endowment growth rate during the 2012 fiscal[...]

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Restrooms Open to Every Gender

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Renovations are underway to convert two formerly single-gender, multi-stall restrooms in the McCullough Student Center into gender-neutral facilities. The McCullough pilot project, an initiative designed[...]

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Policy Changes Course Evaluations

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This past May, administrators approved a new policy that offers professors the opportunity to teach courses in which student evaluations are not given to administrators[...]

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Liebowitz Unveils Paradigm Shift for Middlebury

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In a landmark address on Friday, President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz outlined a sweeping new vision for Middlebury’s future that would raise the[...]

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Liebowitz Yearly Pay Exceeds $500,000

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President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz continues to maintain a salary and benefits package comparable to that of peer institutions despite increases over the[...]

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Liebowitz Salary Third in NESCAC

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President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz earned $477,764 for the fiscal year ending in June, 2006, making him the highest paid president of a[...]

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College Unveils Dana Reeve Award

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On Thursday, March 16, Middlebury College announced that a new annual award would be given in memory of Dana Morosini Reeve ’84. This year’s public[...]

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Liebowitz Attends D.C. Summit

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Middlebury College President Ronald D. Liebowitz joined over 100 other college presidents last week in Washington, D.C., for the Defense Department’s Summit on International Education.[...]

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McCardell Takes Home a Million

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A new report in The Chronicle of Higher Education shows that President Emeritus John M. McCardell, Jr., was one of a handful of presidents paid[...]

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