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Dear Prospective DLC GA

I’m going to keep this brief. Writing to you now on the last day of work in the DLC, I can honestly say that I loved working here. The draw was immediate, the fit just clicked, and the whole experience was a long and vibrant joy ride of working hard and loving the outcomes. To […]

DLC Awesomeness Caught on Video

Here’s a look at activity at the DLC over the final weeks of the semester: workshops, group meetings, staff activities, audio recording, and a visit from a team on a scavenger hunt! Make your own!  A time-lapse video is a collection of still photographs played in succession to make a video.  It’s a hybrid in […]

Directed by MIIS Professor and Alumna, Report on World’s Mothers Makes Headlines

Headed by Professor Beryl Levinger and MIIS alumna Nikki Gillete, along with Professor Fernando De Paolis and Sophie Dresser, MPA ’16, the 2015 Save the Children State of the World’s Mothers Report was recently released, concentrating on urban poverty and those affected by it in their everyday lives. Some of the statistics found in the research […]

Forms Training

So you want to add a form to your MIIS.edu page? Here’s a brief overview to help you get started. Enjoy! [By Jeremy Borgia] Need help? Make an Appointment at the DLC! Forms are a very useful tool to integrate into your MIIS page. They invite users to participate interactively, and are a forum for them […]

Blogging for Summer Adventures

Wednesday, May 13th, 12:00-1:00pm in the Design Space Join us this Wednesday to get your blog set up for summer! We will help you create a blog, pick a theme, and share tips and tricks for how you can bring your audience along with you on your summer adventures. Whether you plan to blog for personal or professional reasons, we […]

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