The second annual student-run Holiday Pop-Up Market at the Middlebury Institute connected consumers with ethical businesses.
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A recent networking event at Fair Trade USA headquarters in Oakland brought together Middlebury Institute students and alumni interested in ethical business practices.
Earlier this year, Middlebury Institute alumna Elayne Whyte Goméz led efforts to negotiate the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons as ambassador of Costa Rica to the United Nations in Geneva.
Fangdi Pan MANPTS ’15 and Juan Sebastián Muñoz Rivera Midd ’13 have been awarded Schwarzman scholarships.
Daniel Solomon is a graduate student at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS). He is currently interning within Intercultural Learning at CIEE, fulfilling the practicum portion of his master’s program in International Education Management. He has been living in Valparaíso, Chile, and working out of the CIEE study center in Valparaíso, since […]
Middlebury Institute alumna Ruby Russell MANPTS ’16 is already having an impact at the National Nuclear Security Administration as a graduate fellow.
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Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov spoke to faculty and students at the Middlebury Institute on a wide range of topics during an invitation-only seminar on Thursday, November 30th.
The International Professional Service Semester (IPSS) program at MIIS recently announced its January 4 -17, 2018 workshop schedule. A summary of workshop offerings is as follows: High-Value Organizational Consulting (IPSS 8530 A, 1-2 credits, Pass/Fail) Jan 4-5, 9:00am-5:00pm This workshop will be taught by organizational expert and successful government, nonprofit, and private-sector consultant, Dr. Beryl Levinger. Participants will […]
The application deadline for the D-Prize social venture competition is on December 10th! According to the folks at D-Prize, the world has already invented a lot of ways to combat poverty, but the best interventions struggle to ever be distributed at mass-scale. This competition is meant to identify business or NGO designs that solves one of their Distribution […]