Upcoming Events

Black America Since MLK: Still I Rise

Join us for a screening of part 1 of the PBS documentary Black America Since MLK: Still I Rise, followed by a panel discussion.

Rise more
  • Undergraduate

Winter Visit Days

Join us for a taste of what Marlboro College academics and community have to offer.

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  • Visits

Women's March on Washington

A collection of photographs by Diane Heileman, with quotes concerning civic engagement from Becky Catarelli (open March 1 to 18)

March more
  • Undergraduate

How, Where, and When Can the U.S. Government Effectively Promote International Development?

In collaboration with Windham World Affairs Council, former Millenium Challenge Corp. interim president Rodney Bent will discuss making development efforts more effective.

Focus on results
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

A Journey to Aleppo

Join us for this concert by the No-land Bands project, bringing awareness to the current refugee crisis through music.

Dissolve boundaries
  • Undergraduate

Globalization: The Fight Against Global Poverty and Inequity

Part of the lecture series co-sponsored by Marlboro College and Windham World Affairs Council, leading development professional Nancy Birdsall will discuss the effect of globalization on developing countries.

Fight inequality
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Diplomacy: The View From Abroad

Part of the lecture series in collaboration with Windham World Affairs Council, Pisan Manawapat will discuss international diplomacy from the point of view of an ambassador from Thailand. (Date subject to change)

Think globally
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Nuclear Dangers in the Trump Era

Part of the lecture series cosponsored by Marlboro College and Windham World Affairs Council, Nuclear Threat Initiative Joan Rohlfing will discuss the new era of nuclear threat.

  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Promoting U.S. Interests in Asia During a Time of Change

The last in the lecture series cosponsored by Marlboro College and Windham World Affairs Council, state department diplomat W. Patrick Murphy will discuss U.S. relations with Asian nations in light of recent events.

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  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

News & Past Events

Google Expeditions Feature Marlboro College

Prospective students can virtually visit campus through Google Expeditions, thanks to a grant received by Caleb Clark, chair of Marlboro's Teaching with Technology program.

Visit virtually
  • Undergraduate

Everett Company Freedom Café

Everett Company presents one of its Freedom Cafés, a dance theater performance and dialogue examining mass incarceration in America, part of the Speech Matters film and speaker series in collaboration with Vermont Performance Lab.

Positive change
  • Undergraduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Walk on the Wild Side


Renowned pianist Tae Kim presents a program in memory of Lou Reed (1942-2016), including selections from Schumann and Greif.

Two legs, I tell you
  • Undergraduate

Renaissance Scholars deadline

  • Sunday, January 15, 2017 - 11:45pm

The last day for submissions for the Renaissance Scholars program is January 15, 2017.

Unquenchably curious?
  • Visits

Teaching for Social Justice: Student Presentations

  • Friday, December 16, 2016 - 2:00pm
  • Saturday, December 17, 2016 - 11:00pm

Come connect with like-minded educators and activists, and learn more about careers in k-12 education, in this two-day event featuring presentations from Marlboro's MATSJ program.

Learn more equitably
  • Graduate