Top Master’s Programs for Policy Career in International Relations Foreign Policy magazine, in collaboration with the Teaching, Research, and International Policy (TRIP) project at the College of William & Mary, is pleased to present the results of the 2018 Ivory Tower survey. The survey provides a snapshot of how top international relations scholars assess their discipline […]
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Introduction to the 2018 Startup Challenge competition (Monterey) When: Wed. February 21, 2018 6pm-7:30pm Pacific Time Where: Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Morse building A101. 426 Van Buren Street, Monterey, CA (map) Learn more about the Startup Challenge new venture competition and how to apply at one of our introductory sessions held throughout the Monterey […]
Have you heard about our International Professional Service Semester or IPSS, but are unsure what it all entails? Come to Morse B105 from 12:50-1:50 on Thursday, March 1 to get a closer look! What it can do for you: IPSS will help you gain hands-on experience working in a public policy or social change organization by working […]
The Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development (AASD) is looking for students to participate in an intensive summer research practicum. The AASD has carried out research for the past four years independently and in conjunction with major US and Peruvian institutions. As members of a research team, students will participate in a complete iteration of a […]
Anna Galbraith is a third-semester, IEM student currently completing her practicum with the Andean Alliance in the beautiful Sacred Valley of Peru. We spoke with her recently to see what she has been up to and how her experience at MIIS prepared her for this new opportunity. Why did you choose the IEM program at […]
In January 2018, students enrolled in DPMI had the opportunity to participate in a social media engagement campaign hosted by the World Economic Forum. The campaign encouraged students to ask a world leader at the Forum a question in response to the prompt “How can we create a #sharedfuture?” Current International and Policy Development student […]
Middlebury Institute students traveled to Cuba, the Czech Republic, France, Nicaragua, and Rwanda as part of winter term offerings that also included courses on campus in Monterey.
Yesterday, February 6th, 2018, was the Student Club Fair at MIIS. I attended as there is a club in which I am creating, and through this, I met a lot of cool people with great ideas to collaborate and … Read the rest
For Spring 2018, a total of 46 Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey students will participate in our distinguished semester long immersive learning programs, to be placed around the country and the globe. Domestically, students are as close as Monterey, CA and as far away as Washington, D.C. Internationally, they are spread across five continents. […]
Karl Larsen MBA/MAIEP ’18 and two colleagues have been awarded paid summer fellowships working with Think Beyond Plastic on the Bay Islands off northern Honduras.