Originally announced in March, the new compensation structure will tie Middlebury staff compensation to the wages at peer institutions and aims to bring all staff wages within 15% of the market median.
Jake Gaughan is an Editor at Large.
He previously served as an Opinion Editor and News Editor.
On Wednesday, December 1, notable alumnus and donor Kevin Mahaney ’84 purchased a $1,111,111 print on glass containing 200 “non fungible tokens” (NFTs) at the Art Miami exhibition during Art Basel.
While the college's 2019 partnership with Goodrich Family Farm has been widely celebrated, former workers of the farm and activists say labor conditions are unacceptable.
Administrators announced a 2% raise for faculty and staff that will go into effect on July 1. The college will also work to alleviate wage compression and initiate new department-specific bonuses, according to the email announcements.
A year after the resurrection of the Middlebury AAUP, employees reflect on the group's accomplishments and next steps.
Besides Panopto lectures and PolicyPath surveys, one of the most drastic changes to Middlebury College life in the pandemic has been the digitization of Middlebury’s social scene and community spaces. For students, many of these online spaces are familiar: the all-powerful meme page, topical Twitter ...
First-year Feb Isabeau Trimble ’24.5 returned to their room on Tuesday morning to find the contents of the whiteboard on their door edited to display a homophobic slur. A resident of Forest Hall, Trimble had originally written “FAQ” on the board followed by a few personal fun facts. On Tuesday, ...
Nonproliferation, economic diplomacy and localization management are terms seldomly heard on the college’s Vermont campus.But 2,500 miles away on the coast of California, more than 600 graduate students and hundreds of faculty and staff research these very topics at the Middlebury Institute for International ...
With the failure of the faculty motion, faculty and staff at both schools must learn how to better connect with their counterparts. Many are optimistic that the pandemic and its technological shifts will enable better collaboration and community.