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Castelline

Episode 3 of MIIS Radio is an interview with Castelline Tilus, a MIIS Alumna who embodies what we do and why we do it. She embraced her Haitian identity, taking her incredible work ethic back to her home country to apply what she learned here on campus…

IEM Spotlight: Pilar Diaz de la Rubia

Pilar Diaz de la Rubia is a third semester International Education Management student completing her practicum with the Middlebury Schools Abroad in Madrid, Spain.  She is working on two projects: the Sede Prim and the International Education Management Spain Leapfrog Initiative. Tell me a little about your background and how you came to Middlebury Institute […]

Federal Emergency Management Agency Jobs and Internships Webinar: 4.19.18

Federal Emergency Management Agency Jobs and Internships Webinar Hosted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security When: Thursday, April 19, 2018 Time: 4 – 5 p.m. Eastern The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) invites you to participate in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Jobs and Internships Webinar from 4 – 5 p.m. Eastern on April […]

RIT-Kosovo’s Peace and Conflict Summer Program, June 24-July 27, 2018

Interested in Peace and Conflict? Don’t have summer plans? The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Peace and Conflict Summer Program might be a fit for you! RIT brings in senior policy makers and academics who blend practical and theoretical approaches to: countering violent extremism; conflict transformation; the background/context to the post-cold war regional conflicts (e.g., in […]

Immersive Learning Spotlight: Chelsea Lavalle, Boren Fellowship

Chelsea Lavalle is a 5th semester graduate student pursuing a dual degree in International Education Management (IEM) and Public Administration (MPA) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) in Monterey, CA. Chelsea was awarded the Boren Fellowship in the Spring of 2017 and participated in the National Security Education Program. Under the Boren Fellowship, […]

Black History Month

[Disclaimer: The ideas, opinions and comments of this podcast do not represent the viewpoints of Middlebury Institute of International Studies-Monterey or Student Council and are solely the opinions of the individuals who participated in the podcast. I…

DPMI Plus Spotlight: Ekshana Chhetri

Ekshana Karki Chhetri is a fourth semester Masters of Public Administration student, currently completing her Design, Partnering, Management, and Innovation (DPMI) Plus practicum as a Youth Workforce and Entrepreneurship Intern at World Learning in Washington, D.C. Originally from Nepal, Ekshana received her Bachelor’s in Social Work and English from St. Xavier’s College in Kathmandu, Nepal. […]

MIIS’d you in action: Davos Competition Winner

As you walk around the MIIS campus, you realize it doesn’t take a lot of steps to get to your classes. What’s more you tend to bump into your classmates as you cross Van Buren or strike up a conversation with professors as you queue up for the lunch li…

IPSS Spotlight: Aricquel Payne, Six Square

Aricquel Payne is a current MPA student, completing her IPSS practicum at Six Square, Austin’s Black Cultural District, in Austin, Texas. Originally from Woodbridge, VA, she received a degree in International Relations with a minor in Spanish at Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA. Before attending MIIS, Aricquel taught English to first graders in the Dominican Republic […]

Sneak Peak of Episode 1: Davos Competition

Heard of Davos? Could you find it on a map? Wait, what does MIIS have in relation to Switzerland? Here’s a little sneak peak. The MIIS Team that won the Davos competition You might have missed this story–or one about which you may have wanted to …

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