Sign up Click on one of the below dates to sign up for a session: Tuesday 2/16, 12-1 pm Thursday 2/18, 12-1 pm Friday 2/19, 4-5 pm The DLC will be hosting workshops for intermediate interpretation students on using Camtasia software to record speeches. This workshop is aimed at helping students to prepare recorded speeches for […]
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A new dual degree program offers nonproliferation students the chance to earn master’s degrees from both the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and the Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
Julia Belliard MPA ’05 has become the a point person for human resources related information in the California agricultural sector through her position as executive director of the Agricultural Personnel Management Association (APMA). Take a look at this article in which she shares her journey from Belarus to MIIS and beyond.
“I knew I wanted to do business and continue to develop my Japanese language skills and I had found a place where I could do both,” shares Middlebury Institute alumna Lauren Thompson who was hired by Sony Corporation in Tokyo before graduation.
Up to four travel grants of $1,500 each will be awarded to MIIS students conducting research on social change in Africa. The research can be either independent or part of established immersive learning program such as IPSS, DPMI+ or Frontier Market Scouts. The research must be conducted in Africa for a duration of 3-4 months […]
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies won the Monterey County Business Council’s 2016 Economic Vitality Award in the category of Higher Education and Research.
A collaborative proposal for the adoption of Canvas, crafted and submitted by the Curricular Technology Team, a cross-departmental and -institutional advisory group which the DLC is a member of, was recently completed, posted to the Middlebury Canvas Pilot project website, and submitted for review by senior leadership. Institute pilot coordinators, Bob Cole and Amy Slay, sincerely appreciate […]
Are you looking to improve your Excel skills? Does the phrase Microsoft Excel make you nervous? Fear not friends, META LAB and the DLC are collaborating once again to provide a series of Excel workshops to support the MIIS community. The sessions will take place in CF442, Pac Lab from 11-12. All you need to bring […]
Are you interested in social impact, social investing, stakeholder assessment, and/or environmental impact assessment? Would you like to pursue a professional certification in ‘Introduction to Analysis of Social Impact’? Why not bolster your knowledge of these topics in a course taught by a leading professional in the field? Join Professor Sara Olsen in the three credit course MBAG 8616 Emerging […]
Middlebury Institute student Julia Kelley recounts her unforgettable experience learning about transitional justice and vulnerable populations during a winter term course in Chile led by Professor Jan Black.
For Spring 2016, a total of 61 Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey students will participate in our distinguished semester long immersive learning programs, to be placed around the country and the globe. Domestically, students are as close as the San Francisco Bay area and as far away as Washington, D.C. Internationally, they are spread across […]
With a domain of your own, you can explore the creation and development of your digital identity in whatever way you choose. This year we are exploring how this environment can be used to share, collaborate on, and discuss our academic and professional work across Middlebury and beyond! Come to the “MiddCreate” open house to learn more. Domain of One’s Own is an initiative of the Associate Provost for Digital Learning, in collaboration with the DLC.
Forty years after being dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Army for being gay, Middlebury Institute alumnus Jay Hatheway succeeded in overturning that ruling overturned and received a personal letter from President Obama who was moved by his inspiring story.
A young monk returning from collecting alms in Chiang Mai
Flowers, sold at the local market, used as offerings to religious statues and relics.
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This Wednesday, 50 Coastal leaders lobbied in opposition of the offshore drilling exploration plans proposed by the Obama Administration. Data from a Middlebury Institute report was used in support of the importance of the ocean ecosystem to the local local economy. For the full story CLICK HERE.