On Monday, February 9, 2015, Middlebury President Elect Dr. Laurie Patton visited Monterey to meet with Institute leadership, faculty, staff and students. Here are Dr. Patton’s remarks from the welcome reception held that evening.
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MIIS International Education Management Cordially Invites You to Our IEM Practicum Symposium Thursday, April 30, 2015 Please join us for a series of presentations by our graduating IEM students on their practicum experiences. There are two (2) sessions – please attend as you like! See attached document for list of topics and presenters. Session […]
Voices of Africa, the first annual Africa Conference at the Middlebury Institute, will be held on Saturday, April 25th highlighting emerging opportunities in the continent. The event is free and open to anyone interested in African culture and positive development.
Ronald Sanchez, the Municipal Agricultural Officer (my boss), adding his signature
Our Tarpaulin (we called it a “plea for action”)
There is one day of the year …
Divers at work
Recently I spent a week on Mactan Island in Cebu with the entire Coastal Resource Management sector from my batch and our Filipino …
Each year, the Middlebury Institute community hosts a week-long celebration of our planet in connection with Earth Day, ranging from practical guides for sustainable daily practices to scientific lectures to lively debates about eating habits.
On Thursday March 26th, 15 students attended an iMovie workshop at the DLC. The workshop provided an overview of iMovie from importing media files (video, sound, and photos) to exporting the finished project as a file or YouTube video. Did you miss the workshop or want a refresher? Below are some resources for iMovie and video […]
It’s true. MIIS happened. And it was awesome! If you were there, you know what I’m talking about. If you weren’t, you might feel like you missed something important, which you did, but that’s ok for two reasons: 1) I’m going to recap the highlights in this blogpost, and 2) MIIS is likely to happen […]
This past Tuesday from 12-2 the DLC had a table set up on Samson Patio, accompanied by a mobile white board. We were staging an event to assess the needs of the student body in the final weeks of the Spring Semester. We wrote on the board: Come have your needs assessed! How can the DLC […]
This semester, the DLC has tried to understand what we can help YOU with. By conducting both software- and task-based needs assessments, we got a glimpse of how we can help the MIIS community better. One of the questions we were asked most repeatedly is “how can I record a Skype call?” To answer your […]
The Office of Student Services is looking for volunteer flag carriers in the upcoming Spring Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 16th. All graduating students’ countries of citizenship will be represented in …