Faculty at Home Webinars

This spring, join some of Middlebury’s interesting and engaging faculty members for interactive talks from their homes. Faculty at Home extends Middlebury’s academic reach to our community around the world. This webinar series invites you to engage in the digital space and to stay connected with faculty members, with big ideas, and with each other.

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Wednesday May 27, 2020
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
Damascus Kafumbe is Associate Professor of Music at Middlebury College.
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Friday May 29, 2020
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
Bob Cluss is Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry at Middlebury College.
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Monday June 01, 2020
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
Environmentalist Bill McKibben says there are no silver linings to a pandemic, but if we're going to go through this kind of trauma we might as well learn some things. Join him as he shares his sense of what we should be thinking as we come out of quarantine. Bill McKibben is an author, environmentalist, and activist. In 1988 he wrote The End of Nature, the first book for a common audience about global warming. He is a co-founder and senior advisor at 350.org, an international climate campaign that works in 188 countries around the world.
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Damascus Kafumbe: Drum Making as a Way of Life in Southern Uganda:
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Bob Cluss: Coronavirus and the Science of Epidemic Disease:
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Bill McKibben: A Crisis Inside a Crisis: What COVID-19 Might Teach Us About Dealing with Climate:
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