Upcoming Events

An Islamic Christmas Tree: Insights from Cognitive Science on Making Peace

Religion professor Amer Latif discusses finding harmony and unity in the midst of apparent religious contradictions, sponsored by Windham World Affairs Council

Find Harmony
  • Undergraduate

Refugeehood from World War II until the present

Visiting Marlboro professor and seasoned journalist Clare Gillis will examine the current refugee crisis within a historical and political framework.

Gain perspective
  • Graduate

Resettling refugees

A talk by Amila Merdzanovic and Ashraf Alamatouri, both from the U.S. Committee on Refugees and Immigrant's Vermont field office, part of the summer speaker series hosted by Marlboro's MA in TESOL program

Welcome immigrants
  • Graduate

Open Residency Weekend

Join us for one of our graduate residency weekends, sit in on a class, share a meal, tour the campus, and see what our graduate programs in teaching and management could mean to you.

Learn together
  • Visits

Transitions: From camp to community

The third in the speaker series Refugees in the USA Today, Connie Woodbury will discuss the transition of refugees to resettlement communities.

Resettling
  • Graduate

Students Dealing with Trauma or Interrupted Schooling

Local experts on teaching English to speakers of other languages (ESOL), Ana Rawson and Jennifer Course will discuss the difficulties of teaching refugee children.

Learn English
  • Graduate

Refugees: Never Ending Story?

In the last of the Refugees in the USA Today speaker series, retired senior UNHCR officer Lloyd Dakin will discuss the seemingly endless saga of refugees around the world.

Learn more
  • Graduate

Nonprofit Management Summer Camp

Connect with nonprofit colleagues in this fun, interactive, day-long workshop.

Training you need
  • Center for New Leadership
  • Graduate
  • Nonprofit