Green Chicken Every fall the math department has a showdown with Williams College for the coveted Green Chicken trophy (a chicken-shaped casserole dish). Usually the same weekend as the Williams/ Middlebury football game, the competition involves math students participating in a two-hour problemsolving fest.
China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Mexico, Russia, Spain, and Uruguay. Middlebury is also a member of the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies (ICCS) in Italy and also has an affiliation with the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) at Oxford. Also in England, Middlebury has exchange agreements with the University of East Anglia and the University of Nottingham, and has an arrangement with Lincoln College at Oxford University. Externally sponsored (non-Middlebury) programs are available, as well, in Australia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Ghana, Greece, Kenya, Madagascar, Mongolia, Nepal, the Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and many other countries. Study abroad is an integral part of a studentâ€™s academic experience, and students from all majors choose to do it. For those studying foreign languages and cultures, study abroad is a natural component of their degree.
Students majoring in International and Global Studies (IGS) or International Politics and Economics (IP&E) are required to study abroad. Students from all majors study abroad. All students interested in study abroad are required to provide a compelling academic rationale for their program of study. Students should plan their academic program during their first two years at Middlebury in preparation for study abroad in their third year. Ready to get started? go/studyabroad WITHDRAWAL, DISMISSAL, READMISSION
It is not uncommon for students to take a semester or even a year off at some point during their studies. In most cases, this is a voluntary withdrawalâ€”a student is feeling unmotivated to pursue academics for a period of time, or is struggling with a personal issue that needs their full attention. You must notify your Commons dean of your intention to withdraw for a semester (or longer), and must contact the dean again 11
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