The Middlebury Institute’s plans to restore the 170-year-old Lara Soto Adobe at the center of campus recently received a major boost in the form of a $125,000 grant from the Monterey Peninsula Foundation.
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Noted Afghan educator Sakena Yacoobi tells 270 Middlebury Institute graduates from 31 countries that “every one one of us needs to be humble” to have an impact working with communities around the world.
Four Middlebury Institute alumni will be recognized for their outstanding citizenship and passionate professional commitment at the 2016 Spring Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 21.
Middlebury Institute professor Fernando DePaolis and Center for the Blue Economy senior fellow Phil King were major contributors to a new study that could help coastal towns and cities around the nation identify strategies for responding to rising sea levels.
Building your personal website can seem like the most daunting task in the process of building your web presence. But it doesn’t have to be! There are a number of sites and services, many of them free, that provide a framework and templates that let you quickly and painlessly build a personal site. So, why build […]
Middlebury Institute students and faculty offered mini language lessons as part of a festival celebrating world cultures and Monterey´s trademarked status as “Language Capital of the World.”
“We made it!” Janet shouted, as arms and legs became more entangled and thrown in every direction as all of us passengers attempted to crawl out of the dusty car with a burning desire to breathe. I looked around for something familiar about Gadji, that would remind me of Bafia, but I couldn’t see it. […]
A green business class spurred two Middlebury Institute student teams to develop innovative water solutions that earned them finalist slots at the recent Monterey Bay Startup Challenge.
The Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies co-hosted its first capacity-building workshop on nuclear security in Africa in collaboration with the African Center for Science and International Security (AFRICSIS), founded by Institute alumnus Hubert Foy MAIPS ’10.
Gaelen Hayes, IPS, 2016 IPSS Fellow Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development, Calca, Peru 1. Please describe your experience at MIIS (your program, courses, what motivated you to apply for IPSS, and any other details that you think are relevant). I was in the IPS (now IPD) program at MIIS. When I first came to MIIS I was […]
“Romantic computing” is not about dating sites like Tinder, Professor Gardner Campbell assured a bi-coastal audience at the Middlebury Institute in Monterey and Middlebury College in Vermont; rather, it’s about the untapped potential of technology to support and enhance learning communities.
The art of story has been around for centuries because it’s a fundamental way we make meaning as humans. It’s the way we reflect, share, and learn both individually and collectively. Digital tools have made this process easier and more accessible, adding dimensions to the storytelling process and avenues through which to share locally and […]
Learning innovation expert Gardner Campbell will speak at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies on Friday, May 6. His talk is the second in a series of speakers invited to bring diverse visionary perspectives to the ongoing conversation about Middlebury’s future.
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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.