The Who, What, When, Where, Why & How!
From the faux gypsy caravans at county fairs to the Asian- and Arab-inspired architecture of Tivoli amusement park to the reggae-obsessed hoards at Freetown Christiania, the tension between native Danes – tall, blonde, educated and wealthy, as the stereotype reads – and the supposedly exotic cultures they have appropriated as symbols of leisure and escape […]
The Institute for Economics and Peace is searching for a full-time Research Fellow to join their research team at their headquarters in Sydney, Australia. Click here to download full position description. A Research Fellow will conduct research on topics related to the Global Peace Index, peace economics, development studies and peace and conflict studies. Application […]
In our on-going attempts to explore emerging practices and learning opportunities for professional development, the DLC is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a local learning cohort of participants in the Coursera course: Powerful Tools for Teaching and Learning: Digital Storytelling. The 5-week MOOC (massively open online course), scheduled to run September 8 – October 12, […]
On Tuesday August 19, the 2014 cohort of the International Professional Service Semester (IPSS) program conducted their placement presentations of their semester-long experience in front of a select group of faculty and staff. As Graduate Assistant for GSIPM Immersive Learning and Special Programs, I took an active role behind the scenes, taking on the logistics to […]
Construction work began this week to renovate the Holland Center on the Monterey Institute campus, adding a large outdoor patio, dining area, space for groups and individuals to work on projects, and a lounge area.
As a summer graduate assistant at the Monterey Institute, my daily tasks range from marketing programs, providing logistical support and even learning to cook hot-dogs on charcoal at Del Monte Beach. However, the best part by far is being able to be a part of the institute’s many summer programs such as FMS, DPMI, and […]
As a GA in the GSIPM office, I like to try and stay in-the-know about what’s going on in my department and around campus. As it turns out, Fall 2014 will usher in some changes. Yuwei Shi will begin to turn his attention to the new Center for Social Impact Learning (CSIL), and teaching in […]
This week, the Monterey Institute community is celebrating the arrival of 373 new students hailing from 35 countries and speaking over two dozen different languages with a variety of activities.
Keep Calm and Meditate this Fall 2014! Sessions will take place every Wednesday from 12:30 – 1pm in room CF 452.
These drop-in sessions do not …