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Former Secretary of Defense William Perry spoke to a multinational conference for high school students convened by the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
Sunday’s Big Sur Marathon was Middlebury Institute student Sarah Go’s fifth marathon in five years. She likens the supportive culture of the marathon to her experience as an Institute student.
“Testing!” 🙂 Can you hear me now?
Middlebury Institute professor Lynn Goldstein showed how miscommunication occurs across cultures, why it happens, and ways to avoid it at a recent talk at Middlebury’s Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs.
Research on antiquities trafficking that was co-authored by two Middlebury Institute students and Monterey Terrorism Education and Research Program Director Russ Howard was cited by a U.S. Congress task force examining this issue.
Two Middlebury Institute students and a recent alumna of the International Education Management program presented their research on how to increase diversity in college study abroad programs at the Diversity Abroad Conference earlier this month.
Friday, May 6, 2016 Approximately 1:45pm (immediately following scheduled 12:15pm lecture and Q&A in V499) Digital Learning Commons Design Space 001 McGowan Building | 420 Calle Principal Following the lecture, Institute faculty and staff are invited to continue the conversation with a discussion hosted by the DLC to consider the implications of Gardner Campbell’s vision for […]
2016 IPSS Fellow Shen Li is currently interning in the Market Access Division of the World Trade Organization. The WTO recently interviewed Shen for its newsletter – you can read the interview below. Where are you from, and what did you study before joining the WTO? I am from Beijing. I did my Bachelor’s degree in China where […]
Institute professor Avner Cohen co-edited a release of archival, recently declassified materials documenting the tense dialogue between the Kennedy and Ben-Gurion administrations over Israel’s nuclear program.
Coral Gardening in Sitio Bataha, Barangay Tanagan, Municipality of Calatagan, Province of Batangas April 17-19, 2016
Over the course of three days phase one of the coral gardening project was completed. Sitio Bataha is distant from the main road that runs …
LinkedIn is widely used in the professional world, with 94% of recruiters reporting that they use the site to vet candidates. So, it’s very important to have as part of your professional identity. For professionals and job-seekers building web presence, LinkedIn is an absolute must. The site is widely used in the professional community, and […]
The Raechel & Jackie Foundation is looking for MIIS graduate students to work on: A. RJF Fellowship Program Development B. Water Resource Management Project C. Program Monitoring & Evaluation There is flexibility to work from Monterey, Santa Cruz, Nicaragua or a combination of the three. For students who are interested in spending part of the time in […]
Jeanine Willig (far left), DPMI+ Fellow & IPS 2016 student Organization: Social Impact Title: Performance Evaluation Intern Location: Washington, D.C. Social Impact contracts with lots of different organizations, mainly for performance and impact evaluation and capacity building. As a Performance Evaluation Intern, Jeanine’s been working to support the impact evaluation team on Social Impact contracts […]